Workers at the Kwame Nkrumah Interchange have laid down their tools in protest over poor conditions of service.
Construction workers of the Kwame Nkrumah Circle Interchange have held a demonstration to register their protest against woefully unfair salaries and other poor working conditions.
The workers, numbering about 100 were clad in red overall attire with red bands on their heads and arms, and they wielded placards that spelt out their message in no uncertain terms.
Construction workers threatened to stop working in protest against the Brazilian construction firm, over poor remuneration and unfair conditions of service.
The workers complained that their salaries have not been increased since the commencement of the project in 2013.
They protested that the Brazilian company has cut down workers salary to GHc 70 instead of GHc 150.
The workers claim promises made by management have not been fulfilled despite several attempts to get the situation resolved, compelling them to lay down their tools.