The Public Relations Officer of the Ghana Association of Medical Laboratory Scientists, Dr. Dennis Adu-Gyasi, has told Citi News that the strike by members of the association at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital in the Ashanti Region and other parts of the country, has been called off.
He says the decision was taken on Tuesday, June 1, 2021, after a meeting with the Parliamentary Select Committee on Health which has promised to address their concerns.
“We can confirm that the strike by the respective regions of the Ghana Association of Medical Laboratory Scientists that actually started from the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital, has been called off today [Tuesday, June 1] at Parliament, when the leaders of the professional body met the Parliamentary Select Committee on Health, and put their issues before them. Parliament also agreed that we should report back to them to get the matter resolved. And so the leadership, based on the meeting held at Oceanic Hotel in Accra this [Tuesday] morning, has agreed, and we expect that members from tomorrow [Wednesday], would be resuming work”, Dennis Adu-Gyasi told citinewsroom.com.