Organized labour has called off its intended strike which was slated for December 27, 2022.
This industrial action was to demand the exemption of pension funds of its workers in the ongoing debt exchange program.
Despite assurances of protecting the funds of citizenry, various labour unions were unsure that of investments of Ghanaians.
But government on Thursday, announced that it will no longer include pension funds in the program.
At a press conference, General Secretary for Trade Unions Congress (TUC), Dr Yaw Baah said the decision to call off the strike follows the consensus reached with government.
“On the 27th of December, no body should stay at home because our demands and conditions have been met. So we are all going to work. No one should stay home.”