All broad staff of the Kotoka International Airport has been asked by their association, the Ghana Airport Company Union to pull out their administrations from 6 am on Friday, February 26, until additional notification.
This mandate has been set up in light of the fact that they feel the Company’s Board’s is endeavoring to hold the report of an analytical panel which supposedly affirms the Managing Director, Yaw Kwakwa is liable of fumble and maltreatment of office.
The Union delivered a press explanation on February 25, saying, the best way to turn the fortunes of the Company around is the expulsion of post of the Managing Director.
They have reported to the overall population, particularly air administrators to pull out their administrations.
Different administrations to be removed incorporate; screening of pre-load up travelers and access control, fire/security cover for all airplanes, water and sewage treatment, and public declaration and flight show.