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Why should they get 4% increase, Osagyefo Oliver Barker Vormawor asked Ghanaians


 #FixTheCountry activist Oliver Barker took to his Facebook to hight light some serious concerns over government recent activity over salaries

He wrote:


If we had true solidarity in the activism space, this is when the TUC would have announced a general strike action. Why should they get 4% increase when inflation is 27% and Government appointees get paid over 20,000 cedis a month.


This is when the GPRTU would have announced a transport workers strike action calling for the taxes on petroleum to be scrapped.


This is when importers would call for a boycott of imported goods to protest customs duties.


This is when the Ghana Bar Association will form a team of pro bono lawyers to represent any demonstrator arrested. 


This is when the student leaders will lead their demonstrations on rising fees.


This is when youth groups will campaign against unemployment and the future of joblessness that awaits them. 


This is when women groups will lead their womenKs march against lack of passage of the affirmative action bill. 


This is when environmentalists will lead their sit down action to protest the sale of Achimota forest.


This is when chiefs in mining communities will lead their youth to protest Agyapa deal and ask for renegotiation of mining deals to ensure community rights. 


Then out of those different constituencies, a new Labour Party will be formed to challenge the duopoly. 


The problem with Ghana as Nii Kotei Nikoi is not that Ghanaians are “not angry enough” as we like to say, but that Ghanaians are not organized enough to make their anger count. 


This is the time to build that organization! We must fight this oppressive and unjust system like our lives depends on it. This is not a part-time gig.