Kwasi Kwarteng, a government appointee and the spokesperson of the Ministry of Education has made a revelation today which has gotten a lot of people talking. Kwasi Kwarteng has revealed that Minister of Education, Yaw Osei Adutwum is having sleepless nights due to the strike actions of UTAG.
Speaking on Kessben FM, Kwasi Kwarteng revealed that the Minister of Education is doing everything in his power to help solve the "dispute" between UTAG and the government. He stated that the ministry has met major stakeholders of UTAG and he thinks they have made progress a little. He recounted on they meeting Vice Chancellors of the various universities and other personalities.
However, he revealed that the court issue between UTAG and NLC has been an impediment but he thinks there will be good news in the course of the week since court has instructed them to settle their case outside of court.What do you think about this news? Let us know what you think in the comment section.
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