The University Teachers Association of Ghana(UTAG) in a new release available to Mycelebritybuzz.com indicate that their industrial strike continue unabated.
After a two days National Executive Committee meeting on 28th – 29th November, 2022 at the University of Energy and Natural Resources the association has agreed to continue with their strike.
The strike which is targeted at demanding for a better condition of service has face serious back and forth between UTAG and government.
According to UTAG they’ve held meetings with National Labour Commission but it has yield no meaningful results leading to their rigid stands.
The association further called on all stakeholders to ensure that an amicable resolution is brought to book in other to prevent an uproar in the academic calendar.
The release was signed by UTAG National Chairman, Professor Solomon Nunoo.