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UTAG To Withdraw Services From Monday September 18

Members of the University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG) will withdraw their services from Monday September 18 2017.

The strike is in solidarity with its members at the University of Education, Winneba who have already laid down their tools since July this year.

More than two thousand lecturers are expected to stay away from the lecture halls in all public universities in the country.

UTAG describes the move as a threat to academic work but says it has no option.




Daniel Koranteng Kwagyiri||Ghana

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