The University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG) on behalf of the National Executive Committee (NEC) write to inform and/or remind you of the intended strike action of UTAG.
By this notice, all campuses are to withdrawal from teaching and related activities namely teaching, examination, invigilation , marking of examination scripts, processing of examination results and many more from Monday, 2nd August, 2021 until further notice.
They encourage all members on various campuses to comply with the laid down directives.
This notice was released by UTAG on the 30th of August, 2021 and we, UrbanNews Gh, found it as a relevant information to share with staffs and students in the various university in Ghana.
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In other news, The National Executive Committee of UTAG says its grateful to all those who went to cover their press conference.
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The press conference has become necessary due to the failure of government to cooperate with UTAG to complete a negotiation on its Conditions of Service which started in August 2018.
Although some progress has been made in some respects, the key areas at the core of the conditions of service has seen no progress and it appears there is no end in sight whilst their members continue to wallow in worsening economic condition.
UTAG demands that government should just restore the 2012 values for the lecturer without recourse to adjustment.