Have pity on us and come back to the classroom – GRASAG begs UTAG


The Graduate Students Association of Ghana (GRASAG) has urged the UTAG leadership and members to return to the classroom.

According to GRASAG, the third week of a strike will have a negative influence on the academic calendar of universities across the country, and instructors should return to school.

The Association urged the government to act quickly to provide University Teachers with the finest working circumstances possible so they can perform at their best.

Since GRASAG is the one affected by the standoff between the government and UTAG members, the government must be proactive in its negotiations to secure a peaceful resolution.

On January 10, 2022, the University Teachers Association went on strike to demand better working conditions. They claim they won’t return to school unless the government agrees to their terms.

Prof Ransford Gyampo, a major UTAG member, stated that teachers will not eat meetings but rather cash and will go to any length to guarantee their demands are satisfied.

Source: TheBBCghana.Com

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