The Colleges of Education Non-Teaching Staff Association of Ghana (CENTSAG) has warned its employer and all stakeholders that it will resume the strike on Wednesday, April 20, 2022, or thereafter should their demands remain unresolved.
CENTSAG is billed to return to NLC on Wednesday, April 20, 2022, to report the outcome of an engagement with GTEC and other interested parties.
However, the association in a press statement signed by the National President, Frederick Forkuo Yeboah maintained there would be no hesitation in the resumption of its strike if they fail to reach a middle ground with employers, adding this will occur “without serving any additional notice of strike.”
Non-Teaching Staff of the Colleges of Education have called off their strike following an intervention by the National Labour Commission (NLC).
Members of the union began the indefinite strike Monday, April 11, 2022.
The aggrieved staff want the appropriate authorities to fix better conditions of service for them, a basis for which the strike began.
But the NLC, at a meeting with the union, argued that the latter did not follow due process, and ordered it to immediately call off the strike and return to the drawing table.