CENTSAG has suspended their strike indefinitely

By | April 14, 2022

According to Colleges of Education Non- Teaching Staff Association of Ghana (CENTSAG), the declaration of indefinite strike dated April 4, 2022 and their appearance before the National Labour Commission (NLC) on the April 13, 2022 referred.

By the proceedings that ensued at the NLC as above referred, the decision reached and the directive issued by the NLC requires CENTSAG to call off the strike and meet Ghana Tertiary Education Commission (GTEC) and other interested parties to achieve the
expected resolutions to matters that affected the strike. Accordingly, CENTSAG is to return to
NLC on Wednesday, April 20, 2022, to report the outcome of their engagement with the parties

In the import of the foregoing, they communicate the decision of the National Council of CENTSAG
suspend the indefinite strike for One Week ending Wednesday, April 20, 2022, for
the purpose of engaging the parties above stated to reach a complete resolution to the issues for which CENTSAG went on strike.

They accordingly notify their Employer and all Stakeholders of their resumption of the
Strike on Wednesday, April 20, 2022, or thereafter should the issues at stake remain unresolved
without serving any additional notice of strike.

They reiterate that given the exigency under which they are suspending this strike

Management of the Colleges of Education should expect a spontaneous response by the members of CENTSAG to resume duty however, it is possible that this communication will not reach all their members on time. Hence, they expect Management to be circumspect with the punctuality of our members resuming duties.

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