Professor Ransford Gyampo a lecturer at the University of Ghana who dubbed as the Secretary for University Teachers Association (UTAG) has quizzed the general public and government on UTAG strike. He has quizzed whether an angry and hungry teacher on an industrial action can be forced back to the classroom using procedural technicalities.
In a post shared on his official Facebook page on Wednesday, 26th January 2022 wrote;
"Can an ANGRY and HUNGRY TEACHER who is on strike be forced back to the classroom using procedural technicalities? Can quality teaching be done under duress? We will be law abiding but will remain RESOLUTE in our ACTION".
The comments of Prof Gyampo comes as a background to the Labour commission declaring that the strike of UTAG is not legal and that they must return to the classroom.
UTAG embarked on strike action with the reason that their condition of service is poor. Various meetings with the government has prove futile. The recent comment by Prof Gyampo may indicate that may be back to the classroom.
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