Workers of private security firm, G7 Security System, serving at the Kumasi Airport have laid down their tools over the non-payment of their salaries for several months.
They are also complaining about poor working conditions at the airport.
The decision by the workers has affected operations at the Airport.
As well as construction workers on phase two of the airport project have also not been given access to some parts of the site.
About 80 workers have vacated their post to demonstrate.
But aside from not being paid for some time now, checks at the Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT) revealed that management of the Airport owes them years in arrears of SSNIT contributions.
According to them, they have been forced to use one uniform to work for years since assuming the post.
They have therefore given management of the facility by close of day to address all their grievances as they will only return to post once their grievances have been addressed.
One of the leaders of the workers, Appiah Misack spoke on behalf of the workers.
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