UTAG Strike Delaying Re-Opening Not Ebola – NUGS


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Their strike was preceded by an ongoing  strike by polytechnic teachers   over the same issue.

Akilu said NUGS is convinced the main reason for the Ministry’s instruction to tertiary schools has to do with UTAG and POTAG’s strike.

‘I don’t think it’s because of Ebola’ he insisted adding that ‘most of the foreign students are already on our various campuses. Last week, I was at the University of Cape Coast and I met several of them there because there did not hear of the directive early so they came from their countries.’

He also alleged that the University of Ghana’s international hostel is currently occupied by international students ‘and so who are we waiting for? What are we preventing?’

Akilu admonished the government to clarify its intention to postpone academic activities so that ‘they can draw sympathy from well-meaning Ghanaians, but for you to use Ebola, it means that you are only postponing the issue and not tackling it.’

Source: Citifmonline.com

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