Okudzeto Ablakwa offers support to 150 workers affected by Covid-19 layoff



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Member of Parliament for North Tongu constituency in the Volta Region, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa, has promised to offer financial compensation at the end of this month (September) to all 150 workers of Mushamat Farms in constituency who were laid off in May this year due to the adverse economic impact of COVID-19.

This is the second time Mr. Ablakwa is putting smiles on the faces of his constituents.

In May, 2020, the legislator introduced an initiative which offered cash compensation package to all 570 teaching and non-teaching staff of some 45 private schools in his constituency who were affected by pandemic.

Taking to his Facebook page, Mr. Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa said”As we did for private school teachers, I have formally communicated my intention to offer financial compensation at the end of this month (September) to all the 150 workers of Mushamat Farms in my beloved constituency who were laid off in May this year due to the adverse economic impact of COVID-19.”

He expressed his profound gratitude to some 379 workers at the banana exporting plantation who continue to work tirelessly under challenging conditions to keep the company afloat in these trying corona times.

“I salute the other 379 workers at the banana exporting plantation who continue to work tirelessly under challenging conditions to keep the company afloat in these trying corona times”

“All workers are assured that as natural allies, we shall continue to seek their welfare and keep them in our thoughts always

“Humbly, let us all remember the plight of less fortunate pandemic era workers and reach out to them when we can,” he added.

Read full post by the North Tongu MP.

As we did for private school teachers, I have formally communicated my intention to offer financial compensation at the end of this month (September) to all the 150 workers of Mushamat Farms in my beloved constituency who were laid off in May this year due to the adverse economic impact of COVID-19.

I salute the other 379 workers at the banana exporting plantation who continue to work tirelessly under challenging conditions to keep the company afloat in these trying corona times.

All workers are assured that as natural allies, we shall continue to seek their welfare and keep them in our thoughts always.

Humbly, let us all remember the plight of less fortunate pandemic era workers and reach out to them when we can.

#NorthTonguRising

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