TUTAG Suspends Strike; Asks Members To Resume Monday

The leadership of the Technical Universities Teachers’ Association of Ghana (TUTAG) has announced the indefinite suspension of the Association’s weeks-long strike action.

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The entire membership of TUTAG has been on strike since Friday, November 18.

But a press statement issued on Saturday, December 10 said the strike action has been suspended following conclusion of negotiations on internally generated fund–related conditions of service, off–campus and vehicle maintenance allowances, and pursuant to the memorandum of agreement signed between the government team and the labour union.

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The suspension takes immediate effect.
“We therefore urge all members in the 10 Public Technical Universities to resume work on
Monday, December 12, 2022.”

The statement jointly signed by President Collins Ameyaw and General Secretary Abubakari Zakari expressed gratitude to the National Labour Commission (NLC) “for helping the parties reach agreement in relation to the above allowances”.

“We thank the Honorable Minister of Education for his honesty, sincerity and participation throughout the negotiation process.

“Finally, we express our profound gratitude to our gallant members for their support throughout the process.”

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