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GAAM President Appeals To CLOSAG To Call Off Strike

The Western North Regional President for the Ghana Association of Assembly Members(GAAM) Mr. Ackah Nelson Frank has appealed to the members of Civil and Local Government Association of Ghana (CLOSAG) to call off their ongoing strike for the betterment of the various MMDAs.

In an interview with Daily Searchlight Reporter he called on the executives of CLOSAG to consider the consequences of the intended strike and come back to work.

The assembly member for the Asawinso A in the Bibiani-Anhwiaso-Bekwai Municipality narrated though, the association have the constitutional rights to embark on such activity but they should at the same time put in their thoughts the future of our youth and the country as a whole.

“I am appealing to the entire Members of CLOSAG to reconsider their decision and call off the ongoing strike action. I was very sad yesterday when I went to Bibiani municipal assembly and met empty assembly block. I think it will be prudent for them to call it off for the betterment of the country”, he noted.

Honorable Ackah Nelson Frank reiterated that, the government must endeavor to go to the negotiations table with the executives of the association to ensure their demands are met.

“Wotu momoni fo na wotu Okra nso fo, (to-wit) when you caution the stinking fish, you need to advise the cat too. I have to advise both parties. The government must sit up and negotiate with them before it’s too late since this is keeping too long”.

Mr. Ackah Nelson emphasized that, the activities of the CLOSAG has affected the country in terms of administrative activities of the various MMDAs and even revenue collections, perhaps calling on the appropriate authorities to as soon as possible meet with various stakeholders to find lasting solutions to their problems.

“All activities at the various MMDAs have become standstill, I am appealing to the various stakeholders to meet with the CLOSAG executives for smooth resolutions”, he concluded.

By: Daniel Akwasi Nuako, Bibiani

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