Abraham Koomson Applauds Ablakwa’s Critical Role in SSNIT Hotels Sale Intervention


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General Secretary of the Federation of Labour, Abraham Koomson, has criticized organized labour for not taking action to prevent the sale of hotels owned by the Social Security and National Insurance Trust (SSNIT).


Mr. Koomson stated that the effort by the North Tongu lawmaker to halt the sale is a welcome move.

During a discussion on the Ghana Tonight show on TV3 on Monday, June 17, Mr. Koomson remarked: “Organised Labour lost the battle that’s why the intervention of the MPs was critical.”


Abraham Koomson / Photo Credit: Citinewsroom

Honorable Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa had expressed his desire for President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo to stop the sale of the hotels, leading to today’s “Hands Off Our Hotels Demonstration” on Tuesday, June 18.

On Monday, June 17, Ablakwa informed the media that: “We want an immediate declaration from the president because since we started, all he has done is tell Organised Labour to go and meet the Employment Minister at which meeting, Organised Labour told us that they tried to convince them to allow the sale, so clearly, the president and his appointees don’t want to stop the sale, and we are going to insist that they back out.”


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