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EDUCATION

UTAG President Opens Up On What Should Be Expected As 21 Days Ultimatum Approach

UTAG President, professor Solomon Nunoo has spoken about what will happen after the 21 days Ultimatum they gave to government to meet their needs. Speaking to the host of Atinka FM's AM Drive Kaakyire Ofori Ayim, the president of UTAG noted that even though upon all their cries, the government have turned deaf ears on their plea and have failed to meet the demands of their members of the association.

  4 months ago ago
UTAG President Opens Up On What Should Be Expected As 21 Days Ultimatum Approach

EDUCATION

Stop This Mischief; Our Action Is Not To Cause Disaffection

Professor Solomon Nunoo, the National President of the University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG) has expressed strong displeasure of sly remarks that tend to suggest that the industrial action by the teachers is motivated and inspired by politics - to cause disaffection for the government. He says it is unfortunate for anybody to say or remotely associate their strike to push for better conditions of service for the university teachers with politics.

  3 months ago ago
Stop This Mischief; Our Action Is Not To Cause Disaffection

EDUCATION

Lecturers would return to classrooms despite votes to reject suspension of strike – Professor Nunoo.

The National President of the University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG), Professor Solomon Nunoo, says academic activities will still commence despite the rejection of the suspension of the ongoing strike by some UTAG chapters. According to the National President, the ongoing yes or no votes at the various campuses would not change the suspension of the strike action.

  3 months ago ago
Lecturers would return to classrooms despite votes to reject suspension of strike – Professor Nunoo.

EDUCATION

Professor Solomon Nunoo: Lecturers votes won't change the suspension of the strike

The National President of the University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG), Professor Solomon Nunoo, has said that the ongoing referendum at various campuses would not change the suspension of the strike action. According to him, lecturers would resume academic activities despite the ongoing votes by various campuses to reject suspension of strike action.

  3 months ago ago
Professor Solomon Nunoo: Lecturers votes won't change the suspension of the strike

EDUCATION

On The Way Forward, We'll Consult With Our Members — President Of The UTAG

Prof. Solomon Nunoo, National President of the University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG), said the Association has planned a meeting with its members to discuss the possibility of resuming work. Prof. Solomon Nunoo said in an interview that the administration has not done enough in terms of discussions, despite appeals from the Education Committee in Parliament and the public for professors to resume academic activities.

  4 months ago ago
On The Way Forward, We'll Consult With Our Members — President Of The UTAG

EDUCATION

We are prepared to meet NLC - UTAG

Educator Solomon Nunoo, the National President of the University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG) says the Association is prepared to meet the National Labor Commission (NLC) and different partners over its strike. We are sorting out ourselves to meet the Commission on Thursday and we trust our interests will be tended to, Prof Nunoo said in a meeting with the Ghana News Agency, on Tuesday.

  5 months ago ago
We are prepared to meet NLC - UTAG

POLITICS

UTAG strike- Government and UTAG have agreed on terms and conditions- Benjamin Arthur

The CEO of Fair Wages and Salaries Commission, Benjamin Arthur speaking on PMExpress on Joynews stated emphatically that, UTAG and the government have agreed on the terms and conditions Furthur explaining the issue at hand, Benjamin Arthur said in today’s meeting with UTAG, some outstanding issues were discussed which will soon project at their scheduled meetings with National Labour Commission (NLC)

  5 months ago ago
UTAG strike- Government and UTAG have agreed on terms and conditions- Benjamin Arthur

EDUCATION

It all depends on the Gov't, if we will go on with the strike - UTAG Prez threatens

The University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG) has threatened to go on strike this coming Friday, October 8, 2021 if government, who is their employer refuses to pay heed to their requests. According to the newly-elected National President of the University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG), Professor Solomon Nunoo, if the Ghanaian government doesn't do something about the on going conversation, University teachers will go on strike as promised.

  8 months ago ago
It all depends on the Gov't, if we will go on with the strike - UTAG Prez threatens