A union representing Ghana's library workers is promising "the mother of all strikes" unless
a conflict over salaries is resolved:
[Union representative Alex Sackitey] said this time round, the workers said, "enough is enough" and that they were going to stay away until their demands were met.
A section of the workers the paper spoke to claimed their wives had divorced them, owing to poor salaries and conditions of service. "Our children are also out of school because we cannot pay school fees," one worker stressed.
[Library workers] were wearing red bands and chanting war songs at the Greater Accra Regional library in Accra when The Chronicle visited the premises.
Complete story from the Ghanian Chronicle via allAfrica.com.