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Ghanaian workers of oil firm locked out for demanding salary raise

 

oil-rig-worker-thumb5151958About 22 Ghanaian workers of Weatherford – an oil and gas company in Takoradi – have been locked out of their office premises.

The workers for some time now have been calling for salary adjustments and other benefits but were hit by a lockout by their employers.

The Western Regional Manager of the General Transport and Chemical Workers Union of the TUC named only as Sallah told Joy News that the local content policy of the country is not being adhered to.

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E-Talk Limited sues Milicom Ghana

 

tigo logoA telecommunication product distribution company has commenced an action at the Commercial Division of the Accra High Court against Millicom Ghana Limited, claiming general damages of more than $23 million for breach of contract.

The plaintiff, E-Talk Limited, is also claiming special damages of $6,633,000 from the defendant, being revenue in the form of commissions that the plaintiff lost as a result of the illegal termination of an agreement between the two parties.

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Government denies loss of 4.5 million barrels of Jubilee oil

  Government has described as false, media reports that some amount of crude oil from the Jubilee Field cannot be accounted for. The publication by the New Statesman newspaper and citing inconsistencies in production volumes from two different sources, suggests that as much as 4.5 million barrels may have gone missing. But the government has […]