The Technical Universities Teachers Association of Ghana has given government an ultimatum of two weeks to upon their conditions of service or they will go on strike.
The associations says 2006 was the last time government improved on the conditions of service for their members hence their call on government.
Addressing a press conference in Tamale, the President, Dr. Michael A. Brigandi said “Government must signed and implemented the conditions of service documents presented by TUTAG with the urgency it deserves. Any further delay from the National Council for Tertiary Education and the Fair Wages and Salaries Commission has the tendency of jeopardizing efforts at calming down the nerves of teachers of technical universities in the country”
TUTAG also called on authorities to pay their book and research allowance just as they had paid other lecturers in other universities.
Source: Ghana Waves