Drivers of the Bus Rapid Transport (BRT) have threatened court action against management if they fail to pay them.
The drivers embarked on strike on Wednesday in protest at what they said are poor working conditions.
The drivers and conductors of the company claim they have not been paid for two months – a situation they say is affecting their livelihood.
Ayalolo driver, Michael Kwame Sogbe in an interview on Adom FM’s morning show, Dwaso Nsem said the industrial action is aimed at drawing attention to the unfair treatment they are receiving from the company.
He said they are being victimized since their source of livelihood stands threatened.
Mr. Sogbe revealed how they are paid on table tops contrary to what is stipulated in their appointment contracts.
“Our salary is GH?15,000 but they sometimes pay us GH?200 on table top but two months now, we have not been paid” he bemoaned.
But the spokesperson for the drivers, Michael Kwame Sogbey stressed that, until their concerns are addressed, they will not hesitate to take legal action against management of the company.
He says management has promised to settle them by close of the week but added that if they fail to fulfill their promises they will drag them to court.
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