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JUSSAG suspends strike for 2 weeks



The Judicial Service Staff Association of Ghana (JUSAG), has suspended its five-day old strike for two weeks. 

The suspension is to pave way for further engagement between the association and the government on their demands. 

JUSSAG President, Samuel Afotey Otu in announcing the suspension, said they will resume the strike in June 13 should the government fail to comply with the agreement. 

“The ongoing strike is suspended for two weeks to pave way for engagement amongst parties in order to fast track the consideration, approval and payment of new salaries in the month of June 2023,” he said. 

Earlier, the association said it will remain on strike until the government meets its demands.

JUSAG’s General Secretary, Abdullai Yakubu had indicated that they will continue to negotiate with the government while staying off duty.

However, following a meeting today, Monday, May 29, between the office of the President, the Ministry of Employment and the National Labour Commission, the association has suspended the strike action. 

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