Following the UTAG’s National Executive Committee’s (NEC) decision to comply with the directive to temporarily suspend their nationwide strike action pending negotiations, a number of lecturers have expressed their diverse views in several ways.
Some branches of the Association in various public universities have, in the latter days of February, voted to dispel the decision made by the NEC.
596 lecturers voted against the decision, while 127 voted to accept it at the University of Ghana,legon branch of UTAG.
At the University of Energy and Natural Resources, 147 lecturers reject and 63 accept.
At the University of Professional Studies, 107 reject and 63 accept.
At the University of Education,Winneba, 68 reject and 60 accept.
At KNUST, 654 disagree and 211 agree.
The University of Development Studies recently joined with 249 rejecting the decision to suspend the strike action and 53 doing otherwise.