NDC Manifesto Launch Better days ahead – Mahama tells Organised labour

Currently some organised labour groups are on strike mainly over their salaries and conditions of service. But President Mahama promised that labour will be better of in his second term.

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President John Mahama has assured that the labour in Ghana will enjoy better years if he is voted into power for a second term.

The President was speaking at the official launch of the NDC’s manifesto at the Coronation Park at Sunyani in the Brong Ahafo Region.

President Mahama’s term of office can arguably be described as one that has seen a lot of labour agitations than any other in the fourth republic. However President Mahama said he was grateful for the relationship that exists between his government and labour.

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“We are grateful to organised labour for the peaceful cooperation and relationship over the years. And I promise even better years ahead as our economy grows from strength to strength.”

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Currently some organised labour groups are on strike mainly over their salaries and conditions of service. These groups include the Railway Workers Union and Government and Hospital Pharmacists Association (GHOSPA).

But President Mahama said despite the agitations by labour unions, a second term in government will ensure they experience better times.

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