JUST IN: UTAG Takes Industrial Action, Read Full Statement
The University Teachers’ Association of Ghana (UTAG) has declared to take industrial action against government.
A communiqué released by UTAG indicates the Association’s intention to go on strike. This as stated, is due to Government’s failure to meet its condition.
It can be recalled that recently, College of Education Teachers Association of Ghana (CETAG) declared a halt to teaching activities due to Government’s inability meet the conditions of service of the teachers. The strike which has effected on 6th January, 2022, is still in action despite students have resumed to campuses.
Hence, University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG) has also declared an indefinite strike stating that its reasons below: