This Is Why UTAG Called Off It’s Much Ado About Nothing Strike


Ever heard the saying ‘much ado about nothing’?

Yep, people made a big fuss about something and they themselves failed to come through with it

After the University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG) built our hopes up that they were embarking on an indefinite strike to protest against the impasse between the lecturers at the University of Education, Winneba (UEW) and the school’s governing council, nothing good came out of it.

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Students didn’t get their days off and nothing really changed at UEW, since they called off the strike barely 24 hours after it began.

Reports indicate that even UTAG members at UEW turned up to lectures and their counterparts in Legon, UCC and other public universities also did same.

See Also: What Is Really Happening On Legon Campus During The UTAG Strike

UTAG failed to halt the academic machinery as they planned to do.

They called off their failed strike after the intervention of Vice Chancellors Ghana (VCG), following a closed-door meeting with UTAG’s leadership, 3news reports.

The vice chancellors have resolved to find a lasting solution to the UEW impasse.

UTAG has given VCG two weeks to resolve the issues.

Don’t ask, we don’t know what UTAG will do afterwards. They couldn’t even stay out of class after they threatened to do so.


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