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The College of Education Teachers Association of Ghana (CETAG) is set to suspend their long strike as a result of members voting directed by their heads, proposed by the Education Minister.
During the held voting among the 46 Colleges of Education’s local branches under the auspices of CETAG, a successful outcome surfaced.
The results are as follows:
17 colleges which are equivalent to 48.57% in voting have agreed for the strike to continue until the government addresses their demands.
18 out of the 46 colleges which represents a percentage of 51.43 agreed by voting for suspension of the strike on a condition. They said, they will only resume work after another two (2) weeks if the government address their demands.
Finally, the remaining eleven (11) Colleges of Education were absent from the voting exercise.
In a nutshell, the highest vote (51.43%) has decided for the association to resume and call off the strike but on the condition that, unless the government addresses their demands with a two (2) week ultimatum if not they will continue the strike.