The University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG) has given the government until Saturday, July 31, 2021, to address the worsening conditions of UTAG’s members within an agreed period.
UTAG in a press release signed by the President and secretary noted that negotiation with the Government has stalled with no end to sight.
“Specifically, negotiation of our Conditions of Service, which was started some two years ago and was early this year scheduled to end by the end of this month, July 2021, has overly been delayed with no end in sight.”
It further stated that they have already indicated to Government to resort to an indefinite strike if no agreement is reached by July 31, 2021.
The Association added that “UTAG resolves to follow through with its decision to withdraw TEACHING, one of its main duties, from 2nd August 2021 if no agreement is reached by 31st July, 2021.”