Gas tanker drivers begin sit-down strike today

he Ghana National Petroleum Tanker Drivers Union will today embark on a sit-down strike.

According to the union, government’s refusal to re-open some gas stations that were closed after the 2017 gas explosion at the Atomic Junction in Accra has affected its members.

The Union’s Chairman, George Nyaunu in an interview with JoyNews said the ban on the construction of new LPG outlets has affected their working conditions.

Among other things, Mr Nyaunu said some unresolved welfare issues are part of their reasons for the strike.

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