Lecturers At The University Of Education, Winneba Have Refused To Return To Class

Lecturers at the University of Education Winneba (UEW) say they will not return to the classrooms even after the university was reopened.

This is in protest of the court case pending against the leadership of the University.

The President of the University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG) announced the action after a Winneba High Court heard the case, Friday.

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Meanwhile, the Winneba High Court has fixed 10 July, 2017  to rule on a motion for interlocutory injunction on the Governing Council of the University of Education, Winneba.

Defense Counsel for the school Peter Zwennes is praying the court to dismiss the application filed by Supi Kofi Kwayera of Winneba against the Governing Council of the University for overstaying their tenure.

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Mr Zwennes and Mr Fredrick Sampson Gurah who represented the University of Education asked the court to dismiss the motion since the plaintiff has no capacity to meddle in the school’s affairs.

 

Sources: citi fm and myjoyonline

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