Lateness, Laziness And Indiscipline Cannot Build Prosperous Ghana – TUC Tells Workers

The Trades Union Congress (TUC) of Ghana, has advocated attitudinal change at workplaces to engender high productivity.

It says laziness, lateness and indiscipline at the work places do not promote the building of a prosperous country.

In an address by the Secretary General of the TUC, Dr. Yaw Baah which was read on his behalf by Freda Stephanie Frimpong, Accra Regional Secretary of the TUC at the regional celebration of International Workers Day (May Day) in Accra, the TUC said “As we appeal to the President to end IMF programmes and lead us to take control of our natural resources, we owe it a duty to demonstrate that we can indeed manage these resources efficiently and effectively. Our success or failure will depend on how disciplined we are, as Ghanaian workers.

“We cannot build a prosperous country with lateness, laziness and indiscipline. We should all pledge our support for and work very hard to achieve the President’s noble vision of Ghana Beyond Aid, as soon as possible. I believe that with hard work, dedication to duty, and discipline we can move this country forward and achieve prosperity for all Ghanaians by 2030.”

The 2018 May Day celebrations were held under the theme, “Sustainable Development Goals and Decent Work: The Role of Social Partners”.



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