Courts in Ghana face shutdown as JUSAG strike kicks off today

Justice delivery is expected to be halted in various courts across Ghana as Judicial Service Staff in the West African country declare strike today, Wednesday, November 13.

In a statement declaring the strike, the Judicial Service Staff Association of Ghana (JUSAG) said, its numerous calls for salary review for its members had gone unresolved.

“JUSAG is left with no option than to declare an indefinite strike action…” the statement said in part.

The association, however, said, “the security personnel of the Judicial Service, shall, however, report to work to protect life and property.”

Read below full statement:

Source: J.. Ofori, Daily Mail GH

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