At an NEC meeting held this evening Monday 21st February 2022, UTAG agreed to suspend our industrial litigation and to allow negotiations to initiate and be determined in two weeks. Prof Gyampo, who is the general secretary at the University of Ghana, Legon said in a post on the suspension of the strike action.
Be ye informed that, at a National Executive Committee meeting held this evening (Monday 21st February 2022), we decided to suspend our industrial action and to allow negotiations to commence and be concluded in two weeks. This is in view of the court order, appeals from the Parliamentary Select Committee on Education, and other Eminent Ghanaians.
Per section 4(b) of the UTAG’s constitution, our members have five days to vote to accept or reject this decision. We hope ore serious ovatures are made to convince members.
We do not like the strike and hope there is sincerity and more commitment in addressing our concerns. Beyond any temporal intervention, we ask for a more lasting solution and not quick fixes.” He said in a post spotted on FB.
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