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Judicial Service Workers to lay down tools tomorrow

The Judicial Service Workers Association of Ghana (JUSAG) has said it would embark on a nationwide strike, effective Friday, April I, 2016 over the delays in the implementation of its members’ emoluments plan.
“The withdrawal of services will continue until the demands are met,” the President of the Association, Mr Alex Nartey, told the Ghana News Agency in Accra, on Thursday.
Mr Nartey, however said, the security personnel would remain at post to protect the property of the Service during the period

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