The President of the University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG) Professor Charles Marfo speaking on Joynews this evening makes it clear that the strike is not yet called off. They still have their demands not met.
The strike will eventually be over if the negotiation that will begin on Monday, 23rd of August becomes favourable.
Since they initially decided to closed down schools after 21 days of their strike, a recently ended meeting between UTAG and the National Labour Commission which ended 30 minutes ago has caused the strike to be exended to allow the negotiation to predict the action to be taken afterwards due to an impasse.
The memorandum released was to outline the agreement at the meeting with the Government to meet at the negotiation table and see how best their grievances will be attended to by the government.
As at now, the STRIKE STILL HOLDS, further information and changes that pops up will surely be brought out from Mondays 23rd of August 2021 through to the end of the one month mandatory negotiation period.
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