Members of government communications team are expected to boycott defending government policies and programmes on media platforms across the country from Tuesday July 9.
According to the government communicators, they have taken this 'difficult decision' because of alleged bad treatment meted out to them by some ministers.
They also said they have been sidelined by the ministers, even though they are expected to do most of the difficult communications work.
They are demanding to meet President Mahama to discuss their concerns with him.
But the Deputy Information Minister, Murtala Mohammed, said his outfit is not aware of the strike.
He said he is certain the communicators would use the appropriate channels to seek redress to their grievances if they indeed have any issues with the ministers.
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