Update On CETAG Strike Today
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The Leadership of the Colleges Of Education Teachers Association of Ghana, CETAG had a meeting with the Hon. Minister Of Education, Dr. Osei Yao Adutwum concerning the industrial strike action being undertaken by tutors in Colleges Of Education.
It will be recalled that the Colleges Of Education Teachers Association Of Ghana on 14th November 2022 declared an indefinite strike over the government’s failure to satisfy their demands.
UPDATE ON CETAG’s MEETING WITH THE HON. MINISTER OF EDUCATION
5TH DECEMBER, 2022.
- After a lengthy discussion on the unresolved concerns of CETAG, the Hon. Minister made some commitments to address our issues.
•The parties agreed that the specific commitments made by the Hon. Minister to address all the concerns of CETAG should be put into writing signed by the Hon. Minister and other stakeholders.
- The parties drafted the roadmap agreement which the Hon. Minister has promised toit to sign it alongside other stakeholders and sent it to CETAG tomorrow, Tuesday, 6th December 2022.
- NEO shall call for a National Council meeting via Zoom immediately after it receives the signed document from the Hon. Minister for Council to deliberate odecidecision on the way forward.
- We humbly plead that all Council members should frequently visit the Council Platform from tomorrow morning for the Zoom link that shall be provided as soon as the Hon. Minister sends us the document.
•In the meantime, leadership employs all members to remain calm as we await the outcome of the meeting that the Council shall hold upon receipt of the Hon. Minister’s roadmap agreement. Until then, the strike is still in force.