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Aviation Lands Civil aviation workers suspend strike action

The Authority acquired two parcels of land at Adenta in the La Nkwantanan Municipality and Labadi in La Wireless Municipality, intended for aviation development.

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The workers of the Ghana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) have suspended a planned strike action over the encroachment of lands belonging to the authority.

play Spokesperson of the workers' union William Amoah said the Minister of Lands has promised to ensure that lands belonging to the authority is returned for aviation development.
 

The Authority acquired two parcels of land at Adenta in the La Nkwantanan Municipality and Labadi in La Wireless Municipality, intended for aviation development.

However,  part  of the Land in Labadi was allegedly taken over by the Kufuor administration in 2007 for residential purposes.

The governing National Democratic Congress (NDC) officials, according to the workers, have taken over“almost the whole of the La Nkwantanan land, between Madina and Adanta.”

Spokesperson of the workers' union William Amoah said the Minister of Lands has promised to ensure that lands belonging to the authority are returned for aviation development.

“We have decided to suspend the decision we planned to embark on today. We were involved in a meeting with the Minister of Lands on Thursday and he has promised to take us to the site to demarcate a sizeable portion of the land for us to install our equipment because that is the immediate need," Amoah told Citi FM.

play The governing National Democratic Congress (NDC) officials, according to the workers, have taken over“almost the whole of the La Nkwantanan land, between Madina and Adanta.”

 

Prior to the intended strike action, workers claimed that several petitions have been written to government over the issue but none has yielded any positive results.

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