3th Quadrennial Delegate’s Conference (1987-1991)
The 3th Quadrennial Delegate’s Conference of the General Transport, Petroleum and Chemical Workers’ Union took place at the Young Men‘s Christian Association (YMCA) from the 23rd– 24th April, 1987, Accra. National Officers were elected at the end of the Conference for the quadrennial.
From this period onwards, elections had been going on after every four (4) years without any interactions. Brother R.M.D. Mosore and Sister Dora Kyeremateng resigned their positions as National Officers when they were promoted to Senior Staff status. It must be noted that certain levels of the Senior Staff position were regarded as non-union member during this period. Currently, the Union covers both Junior, Senior and Managerial staff.
4th Quadrennial Delegate’s Conference (1991-1995)
The 4th Quadrennial Delegate’s Conference was held at Ghana Museum and Monument Centre, in Accra to elect National Officers for the period (1991-1995).
During the course of their stewardship, Brother Benjamin Yawson resigned his position as the 2nd National Trustee. This was due to non- co-operative attitudes between his local assistant and himself, and Brother R.W. Mosoro was made to replace him. During the same period, there were some allegations that the incumbent General Secretary and his National Chairman had misappropriated the Union’s funds. At the end of their term of office, both the General Secretary and the National Chairman lost their positions.
5th Quadrennial Delegates Conference (1996-2000)
The 5th Quadrennial Delegates Conference was held on Thursday, 9th February, 1996. At the end the Conference, National Officers were elected for the quadrennial
6th Quadrennial Delegates Conference (2000-2004)
The Union held its 6th Quadrennial Delegates Conference at the National Sports Collage, Winneba, from the 2nd – 4th March, 2000 and National Officers were elected for a four (4) year term to run the affairs of the union.
During the latter part in the first year of the four (4) year term of office, the General Secretary, Brother J.N.Y. Atopley contested for the office of the Secretary General (Administration) of the Trade Union Congress and won. In April, 2001, by the requirement of the Union’s constitution, a bye-election was conducted at the Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT) conference hall. Brother Emmanuel Armstrong Mensah and Prince Alfred Amissah were elected General Secretary and Deputy General Secretary respectively to serve from 2001- 2004.