The Board and Management of the Tema Oil Refinery (TOR) has dismissed accusations made by some workers of the refinery who are members of the Union of Commerce, Industry and Finance (UNICOF) and the General Transport, Petroleum and Chemical Workers Union.
The workers had said the board and management have shown very little commitment and sense of urgency in improving the fortunes of the refinery.
Speaking to TV3’s Josephine Antwi-Adjei, in an interview on Wednesday November 4, the Chairman of UNICOF, Bright Adongo said “the workers went out of their job description and made proposals to the board which interestingly will not cost them a dime to implement yet they failed to exercise their oversight responsibility and get work done”.
Bright Adongo who represents workers of UNICOF in the refinery further expressed disappointment in the failure of the board to assure workers of the future prospects of revenue inflows.
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