Information gathered by padfm.com.gh has revealed that laborers at the Damongo market project who have just resumed work some nine days ago after a long break are unhappy over delays and irregularities in the payment of their allowances.
According to the labourers, the situation is hindering the progress of the project as many of their colleagues have left the job leaving just a hand full of labourers and Masons who’s work efficiency can not mandate the timely completion of the project.
The further disclosed that labourers who are marked on a daily wage of Gh 75 per a day and the other working groups are usual paid a little about Ghc 300 at the end of the month instead of the lumpsums that are due them.
This issues of irregularities in allowance payments and the low space of work at the site can be a difficult situation to navigate, but there are some things that can be done to resolve the issue.
The situation needs the urgent intervention of
Stakeholders to take steps to identify the root causes of the issue and work with the relevant authorities to address them.
This could involve negotiating a new payment structure or make other changes to improve the overall situation.
With open communication and a willingness to listen and address their concerns, it may be possible to resolve the issue and get the Damongo market back on track as market women are anxiously waiting to see the completion of the project.
Source: Padfm.com.gh/Kumatey Gorden/0243531604