UTAG said any attempt to include pension funds in the programme will adversely affect its members.
Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta on Monday (5 December) launched the debt exchange programme in line with the government’s quest to restructure debt and put the economy back on track.
Speaking to sit-in host of The Asaase Breakfast Show, Benjamin Offei-Addo on Thursday (8 December), the vice president of UTAG, Eric Abavare said the government failed to engage stakeholders prior to the roll out of the programme.
“My interest is that our members have given out their principal and they’re looking for their principal and interest. In any case, if there’s any issue, it shouldn’t affect us,” he said.