The intended strike by staff of the Electoral Commission of Ghana over unpaid allowances has been put on hold, www.tv3network.com gathers.
This was after a meeting held over the week.
Staff of the Commission had planned a nationwide strike on February 22 over their conditions of service.
They had wanted to begin with hoisting red flags at the premises of the Commission from Monday, February 8 “as a sign of our dissatisfaction and aversion of the state of affairs”.
But as a result of the meeting, the aggrieved staff are holding on to their resolve until the end of this month.
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