Workers celebrate May Day in regions

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Kwadwo Baffoe Donkor reports from Kumasi that organised labour in the Ashanti Region went on a two-hour route march through some principal streets within the metropolis before converging on the Jubilee Park to mark the day.

In spite of an early morning rain, hundreds of workers belonging to the various unions  marched  through the Central Market, Asafo and Labour Roundabout, holding placards with messages that conveyed their concerns, before converging on the durbar grounds to listen to the May Day message and witness the presentation of awards to deserving individuals.

Some of the placards had the inscriptions: “Mr President, keep to your promise”, “Ghanaian workers are suffering”, “Ghana Railway cannot work without assets”, “Ghana Railway belongs to the state and not the workers so pay us now”, “Fair Wages wrong placement,” and “Stop gender-based violence”.

The workers also sang songs bemoaning the current harsh economic situation in the country and called for solutions to address it.

Eighteen workers selected from the various unions of the Ghana Trades Union Congress (TUC) in the Brong Ahafo Region were honoured at this year’s May Day celebrations held at the Golden City Park in Berekum for their hardworking, patriotic and devoted services, reports Kwame Asiedu Marfo.

They received refrigerators, certificates of excellence and citations.

They were later addressed by the Brong Ahafo Regional Minister, Mr Eric Opoku,  and labour union leaders.

In  Ho, Mary Anane reports that the workers converged on the Jubilee Park after a procession through the principal streets. 

The workers, who were in a cheerful mood, engaged themselves in “Borborbor” dance to entertain themselves. 

Some of them carried placards with the inscription, “We want automatic salary adjustment formula”, “Reduce the tax burden”, “Let our pay value the work we do” and “Let us protect our forest” to put across some of their grievances.  

Fifty-three-year-old Mrs Vivian Adoboe from the Ghana Post was adjudged the best worker for the region.

She received a citation and a table top freezer as her prize. 

Twenty-three others received prizes.

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