The Atwima Nwabiagya South Municipal Chairman of the Ghana National Association of Garages (GNAG) Mr Cephas Tetteh, has appealed to the government and perhaps the new regional executives to facilitate the measures to secure a pension scheme for them.
In an interview with journalist, Mr Tetteh pointed out the significance of the artisans’ welfare and the requirement for the scheme.
Adding to this story, he emphasised that, after a long service as artisans and craftsmen, they normally go home empty-handed and at times follow sickness, however, believing the pension scheme will help relieve them of some hardships.
He further requested the construction of roads leading to their site which has been in its bad state over the past years.
“I will plead their the government and our newly elected regional executives to institute a pension scheme for us, I think this can help us during our retirement age and even more, I am pleading with authorities to help us secure these welfares,” he noted.
Mr Tetteh, who doubles as the Chief Executive Officer Cephaco Motors And Training Centre urged the new executives to remain united in their quest to fight for development for the association.
“I want to congratulate the new regional executives. I will plead with all of them to remain united and steadfast in their quest to strive for development for our noble association,’’ he stressed.