Some workers of Ghana Standard Authority (GSA), mainly junior staff, were clad in red and black attires on Wednesday, April 26 following the death of a colleague.
According to reports gathered by 3news.com, an IT officer collapsed during an altercation with the Director of Administration.
Despite being rushed to the hospital, he was diagnosed to have suffered stroke and died three days later.
The incident is said to have happened on Tuesday, March 7 and the deceased is to be buried on Saturday, April 29.
The agitated workers are demanding results of an investigation into the death of their colleague.
They drummed and danced on the premises to draw attention to management about the incident, which has been more than a month.
Deputy General Secretary of the Public Service Workers Union John Sampan told Media General‘s Richard Bright Addo that the workers had written to management but nothing had been heard except a durbar addressed by the Chief Executive Officer.
“They feel that whatever happened, management has just made it a foolish case and that they are not addressing to know the root cause.”