The decision to call off their strike followed a police order directing them to reschedule their exercise because of the ban, as well as a call by the Deputy Finance Minister, Ato Forson on them to suspend their exercise, as government has planned of paying them.
But president of the group, Eric Darko Effah said although an assurance has been given, the Ministry failed to give them a clear cut of the day the payment
will be made.
Speaking in an interview with Nyankonton Mu Nsem Eric Darko Effah reiterated their position of picketing at
the Finance Ministry and follow it up with a mammoth demonstration if they are not paid their salaries.
He warned, they keep wake at the Ministry if they are not paid by the time the ban is lifted.
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