UTAG Strike: No resolution reached between both parties, set to clash in court again tomorrow

The University Teachers Association of Ghana and National Labour Commission will be heading to court once again tomorrow without any resolution.

The two parties were advised by a judge at the Accra High Court to negotiate and settle their case out of court.

However, despite the five-day allowance given, UTAG’s president Dr. Samuel Nkumbaan has revealed that the parties could not reach a solution in an interview with Joy FM.

UTAG have been on strike for over a month now and this has stalled academic activities in most of Ghana’s public universities.

The two parties will reconvene in court tomorrow, February 15, 2022 at 2pm.

UTAG is insisting that they will not call of strike until their demands are met by their employers.

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