The Ghana Medical Association has begun a strike that may lead to mass resignation of doctors from the public service across the country.
It follows a deadlocked meeting held Wednesday over the absence of condition of service for doctors and other health workers.
After almost four hours of negotiation, the representatives of the GMA came out announcing there were issues unresolved in the proposal they submitted to government for their conditions of service.
“As we speak now the GMA is on strike,” General Secretary of GMA Dr Frank Serebour announced “we can now go home and sleep and declare ourselves unemployed,” he added.
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