Ghana Toll Workers Union members have scheduled to demonstrate against government for failing to honour its claim of reassigning them.
The protest scheduled for today also seeks to remind government of their six-month salary arrears before the cessation of toll collection on roads and bridges across the country.
The first Vice President of the union, Richard Amati said in a Citi News interview that “the government owes us by their promise, so the government should do the right thing and settle this matter once and for all.”
Mr. Amati believes that the workers ought to remind government to fulfill their pledge and it would only take a protest to yield the necessary result.
The toll workers numbering over 600 were relieved of their jobs after a government directive to cancel toll collection in November 2021.
However, the workers said they are on the verge of training and reassigning to other jobs.