The National Union of Teamsters and General Workers Union has sued the Ghana Federation of Labour and its General Secretary, Abraham Koomson, at an Accra High court for overstaying their mandate.
The plaintiff has also accused the Ghana Federation of Labour and its General Secretary, of flouting part 5 regulation 18 of the constitution and internal regulations of the Federation.
To this end, the plaintiff is asking the court for an order of injunction restraining the defendants from holding the current executives out as executives of the Ghana Federation of Labour, after August 31, 2018.
The National Union of Teamsters and General Workers Union is further praying the court for an order to set up an Interim Management Committee (IMC) to manage the affairs of the Ghana Federation of Labour, and see to the conduct of election within three months, to elect leaders of the first defendant.
According to the plaintiff, the current leadership is constitutionally not qualified to conduct the official business of the Federation.