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In Kumasi Kejetia Redevelopment Project workers threaten to lay down tools over gay fight

The workers have decided to lay down their tools to register their displeasure with management’s decision to sack one of their colleagues for assaulting a gay colleague.

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Workers of the Kejetia Redevelopment Project have threatened to stop working on the site from Monday, December 4, 2017.

Their decision is to register their displeasure with management’s decision to sack one of their colleagues for assaulting a gay colleague.

According to Kumasi-based Abusua FM, the alleged gay is part of the cooking staff of the company.

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A source narrated that the gay staff invited his fellow male colleague and requested to have anal sex with him.

The invited worker called other colleagues who came and physically abused the suspected gay worker.

The management of the Kejetia Redevelopment Project, to this end, has decided to sack the worker for assaulting the gay.

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However, workers of the company have threatened to lay down their tools on Monday if the management does not rescind their decision to sack their colleague worker.

The Consultant of the Kejetia Redevelopment Project Emmanuel Danso told Kumasi-based Abusua FM that they no more need the worker’s service and had been preparing for his dismissal already.

“As a Consultant, if I don’t the services of a worker, I just terminate his contract, this worker’s impending sack just coincided with this new issue.”

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