The Technical Universities' Senior Administrators Association of Ghana (TUSAAG) has issued a warning of a potential nationwide strike unless the government takes action to address its concerns regarding the conditions of service for its members.
Among their demands, the union is seeking the Restoration of Fuel Allowance for Faculty Officers at Technical Universities, the Implementation of Entertainment Allowance for Faculty Accountants at Technical Universities, and the proper placement of Senior Member Non-Teaching Staff at Technical Universities.
In an interview with Citi News, Joseph Mensah Oti-Asirifi, the National President of TUSAAG, expressed the association's willingness to engage in negotiations with the government.
“If the government fails to address our conditions of service, we will initiate a nationwide strike at the end of this month [May]. We are ready to negotiate,” stated Joseph Mensah Oti-Asirifi, the National President of the Technical Universities' Senior Administrators Association of Ghana.
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