Some seven members of the unemployed Physician Assistants Association of Ghana arrested on Tuesday for picketing have been released.
This comes after they were granted a police inquiry bail.
They are expected to report back to the police today, Wednesday, April 26.
The arrested persons were part of a group of physician assistants who were picketing at the Ministry of Health over their delayed postings.
According to the group, there have been delays in processes by the Ministry of Health to ensure that they are posted to health centres across the country.
They were taken to the Regional Police Command for breaching an earlier agreement over their mode of picketing.
Reports suggest that the original agreement with the police was to converge outside the Accra Sports Stadium and not to picket at the Ministry of Health, but the group failed to do so which led to their arrest.