The Government and Hospital Pharmacists Association have vowed that it won’t call off its strike until its grievances are fully addressed.
The pharmacists have been on strike for the past two weeks.
The National Labour Commission has thrown out a stay of execution motion filed by the Fair Wages Commission against the pharmacists.
GHOSPA President Stephen Corquaye in an interview with XYZ News stated that the Fair Wages and Salaries Commission has not been fair to the pharmacists.
‘Until our grievances are dealt with it would be difficult for the executives to compel our members to call off the strike’.