The Ministry of Education says it has come to a consensus with the leadership of the University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG) following its intended strike.
UTAG in a statement yesterday said they’ll be resuming their strike action following government’s failure to pay heed to their needs.
But Head of Public Relations at the Ministry of Education, Kwesi Kwarteng in a Citi News interview said, the two parties have reached a consensus making way for UTAG to rescind its decision.
“I can confirm that there has been some form of agreement between the two parties. Earlier, UTAG had threatened industrial action, but by virtue of the agreement we had and the meeting we just concluded, the strike will not be coming off, so you have government having a consensus with UTAG”, he said.