UTAG plans to join striking Polytechnic lecturers if gov’t fails to pay them

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POTAG President, James Dugrah explained to Myjoyonline.com that government owed each member of the Association GHc400 and $1,500 as research and book allowance respectively.

This year’s allowance, he indicated, has not yet been paid, the reason for which members of the association are on strike.

He explained that the payment schedule used to be in February and was later moved to May/June.

According to him, the academic year ends in June and that, the September pay they received last year was for the 2012/2013 academic year.

POTAG members have laid down their teaching tools for over a month now due to the non-payment of their six-month book and research allowance owed them by government.

The strike has entered its 8th week. Polytechnic students have said that academic performance would be badly affected due to the strike action by the lecturers.

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