This announcement comes even after the National Labour Commission (NLC) asked the association to suspend the strike action and appear before it on Wednesday, June 16. TUTAG first announced the partial strike of Friday, June 11 asking its members not to teach, invigilate, mark examination papers, submit results and attend meetings of the Technical Universities. He said calling off the strike or continuing it will be determined by the outcome of the association’s meeting with NLC on Wednesday. “In fact, calling on a strike or calling off a strike is not as easy as switching on an electricity bulb. The TUTAG President stressed that claims that Covid-19 has grossly impacted the economy is no justification for denying them their economic rights.
Source: GhanaWeb June 13, 2021 17:15 UTC