Bro. K. BOATENG ACHEAMPONG
NATIONAL CHAIRMAN
Bro. KENNETH DANIELS
GENERAL SECRETARY

My Message | Chairman of Local Government Workers' Union:

Restating the Union's view to rely on the graduates to drive the sanitation crusade, the statement said, It is in this regard that the LGWU welcome the steps initiated by the Local Government Service to engage about 235 out of the 782 Environmental health graduates.

As a union with large representation at the Metropolitan, Municipal and District Assemblies, preventable ailments arising from poor sanitation did not portray a good picture of Ghana to the outside world, the statement said.

It appealed to the 547 graduates who are yet to hear any positive response from government to exercise restraint and not to resort to any public disturbance that could undermine the Union's efforts to dialogue with the relevant institutions.

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