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The Technical University Teachers Association of Ghana (TUTAG) has begun a sit-down strike following the refusal of Government to offer them the same conditions of service as lecturers in public universities.
“That is the only problem we have with government,” local chairman of TUTAG at the Accra Technical University disclosed in an interview with GBC’s Radio Ghana.
“Government has been dragging their feet. They promise this tomorrow, they do different thing.”
“We have been dialoguing with them since the conversion of the Polytechnics to Technical Universities. They don’t regard us to be public universities,” he added.
The Technical University Teachers in a statement September 14 declared the strike, however, it officially began September 17.

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