Organised Labour has said that it is postponing its plan following a crucial meeting with the Council of State that would take place after its planned strike on Monday, July 10, 2023.
According to a report by 3news, the organisation had earlier requested that all employees stay at home on Monday, July 10, to show their support for the firing of three union officials by the management of Sunon Asogli Power (Ghana) Limited.
According to the article, this was also brought on by the management of Sunon Asogli’s inability to reach an agreement during discussions with Dr. Anthony Yaw Baah, the spokesperson for organised labour and secretary general of the Ghana Trades Union Congress (TUC), who is also the management of Sunon Asogli.
Additionally, on Thursday, July 6, 2023, the group had expressed their displeasure with the findings drawn throughout the discussion.
A sit-at-home strike will take place on Monday, July 10 as a result of the announcement made by Organised Labour.
The Council of State swiftly intervened, forcing the gang to give up their plan.
Additionally, it was indicated in the report that the Council had given Sunon Asogli’s management a certain number of working days to reinstate the sacked union leaders.
The walkout has officially been put on hold until that time since the Council of State handed them a five-day deadline.