Top TV and Radio station workers go on strike over unpaid salaries

Ivan Kigozi

The employees of TV and Top Radio have laid down their tools citing unpaid salaries by their bosses.

The workers have since then seized the Top Media premises since Wednesday and both stations haven’t been airing their daily programs since then.

This is not the first time the Top Media workers have laid down tools because of the same issues.

Last year, the workers went on a strike after going months without being paid.

In 2014 and 2016 the same scenario happened while some of the workers walked away with the station equipment like Cameras.

The proprietor of the Top Media Pastor Jackson Ssenyonga has been accused of being reluctant when it comes to payment of the employees.

It is reportedly understood that the workers grew frustrated by a lack of proper communication on matters concerning their wages.

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