The Ghana Pentecostal and Charismatic Council (GPCC) has expressed its appreciation to all workers in Ghana for their immense contributions to the country’s socio-economic well-being. The First Vice President of the GPCC, Right Reverend Dr Gordon Kisseih, commended organized labor and workers on their sacrifices towards nation-building and progress.
In an interview with Ghana News Agency in Accra on May Day, Rev. Kisseih called for the adoption and implementation of sustainable and pragmatic policies that would create much-needed jobs for the youth in the country. He noted that the unemployment rate in Ghana is rising and needs to be addressed with realistic policies.
The GPCC emphasized the need for a harmonious industrial relations environment, which is a prerequisite for investment and economic development. Rev. Kisseih called on social partners to deepen the culture of dialogue and consultations in their collective desire to build such an environment. He stressed that mutual respect for the rights of workers and employers is essential and can be achieved through education and sensitization of the social partners.
The First Vice President of the GPCC acknowledged the gallant workers of Ghana for their unwavering support for enterprise sustainability, socio-economic development, and the building of a robust democratic culture. He wished all workers a meritorious and successful life, noting that there is dignity in labor.
For the most part, Rev. Kisseih’s message centered on the importance of creating a conducive environment for investment and economic development through the promotion of harmonious industrial relations. He stressed the need for realistic policies that address the rising unemployment rate in Ghana and called for mutual respect for the rights of workers and employers. The GPCC’s commendation of Ghanaian workers is a testament to their hard work and dedication towards the country’s progress.
Source: Ghana News Agency (GNA)