Government has directed oil company, MODEC, to reinstate the 18 Ghanaian workers it dismissed a few days ago, Starr News has gathered.

The local staff were sacked by the management of the oil company last week after they embarked on a strike over service conditions some months back.

“A review is being undertaken across the full spectrum of its operations. In this regard, we will be carrying out a severance of working relationship with some of our workers affecting about eighteen employees effective July 1,2015,” portions of their dismissal letter stated.

However, Starr News has learnt that Petroleum minister, Emmanuel Kofi Boah after a meeting with the management of the company Tuesday, instructed them to recall the workers.

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