Starting tomorrow (August 23), the members of the University Teachers Association of Ghana (Ghana) are returning to the classroom.
This comes after UTAG voted to suspend their strike action they embarked on early this month.
The strike action forced public universities to indefinitely suspend their end of semester exam. Now that they are briefly returning, the universities are also getting back to their time table.
The University of Ghana, Legon has announced that it would start its end of semester exam this Wednesday, August 25.
This gives students just hours to bring themselves back on track and prep for the exam.
When the exam is over, plans for second and third years to return to campus would also commence.
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