UTAG strike Update

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The University Teachers Association of Ghana UTAG has released a statement addressing the current situation of the strike due to the poor services as they claim the government provides for them.

Explaining further what could be the main cause of the strike, they said that since 2012 government has not increased their salary as some lecturers takes as low as Gh4,000 a month.

This they say should not be so because they work hard to train students to become better adults in future by investing their time resources in them.

The University Teachers Association of Ghana UTAG declared a strike on the 4th of August which has led to the halting of lectures across Ghana university schools

However, the university Teachers Association of Ghana has released another statement explaining that the strike still continues as the government do not want to pay attention to their cry.