The Secretary to the University of Ghana Teachers Association (UG-UTAG), Prof Ransford Gyampo has said the National Leadership of the Association has served notice for an expected UTAG industrial action on the 10th January 2022.
According to him, all stakeholders have been served with the notice for their intended strike action except the National Labour Commission (NLC) who said they were still on Christmas break.
In an interview with Starr FM, Prof. Gyampo stated that the NLC cannot frustrate their intended strike, “we wouldn’t be confused and we wouldn’t be dazed by their very childish attempt at frustrating whatever we want to do to protest and fight for our better conditions of service.”
He explained further that “earlier, UG-UTAG had decided to strike on its own on the 3rd. But I think there were some negotiations and discussions and so UG had to rescind the…
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