TUSAAG to withdraw services over GTEC issues

The National Executive Committee (NEC) of the Technical University Senior Administrators’ Association of Ghana (TUSAAG) has announced its intention to embark on a strike effective Tuesday, December 6, 2022, due to the pending matters raised before the government and the Ghana Tertiary Education Committee (GTEC).

In a statement issued by the National President, Joseph Mensah Oti-Asirifi, and his interim General Secretary, Elizabeth Amihere, the members of TUSAAG said the decision was based on GTEC and the government’s refusal to resolve the critical issues of the association including the placement of faculty officers at technical universities on the appropriate level on the allowances scheduled for office holders at public universities, restoration of fuel allowances faculty officers at technical universities, among others.

The Association has also notified the National Labour Commission (NLC) of its decision. The National Executives Committee (NEC) said they would proceed to withdraw their services should the matters remain unresolved by December 6, 2022.

Read a copy of the full statement below


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