CETAG adjourns strike

The Association of Teachers of Colleges of Higher Education in Ghana (CETAG) has suspended industrial undertaking at all 46 public universities of training in the country.

The decision was once made at a high-quality assembly on January 17, he said in a statement on Monday, January 24.

“At an emergency meeting on January 17, 2022, the National Council of the Association of Teachers of Ghana (CETAG) unanimously determined to stop the strike indefinitely in all forty-six public instructional institutions in Ghana, with confirmation of January salaries, Implementation and repayments confirming the Terms of Service for 2017-2020,” stated the statement.


CETAG participants suspended training on Thursday, January 6.

The lawsuit is the result, among other things, of “the government’s failure to meet agreed on terms for 2017-2020,” the assertion said.

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