Official; CETAG Suspends Strike

Official; CETAG Suspends Strike

Official; CETAG Suspends Strike

The Leadership of the Colleges Of Education Teachers Association of Ghana in a press release dated 17th December 2022 has announced the suspension of their industrial strike action after several engagements with stakeholders.


Colleges of Education Teachers Association of Ghana (CETAG) leadership suspends the Association’s over a-month-old strike with immediate effect on the following premise:

  1. The Hon. Minister for Education made three passionate appeals to CETAG to suspend our strike action declared on Monday, 14th November 2022 to enable him to intervene to get all outstanding concerns resolved within two weeks after the suspension.
  2. Consistent with the Association’s bottom-up approach in decision-making, the leadership of the Association consulted its teeming members on the matter and received a majority endorsement of the rank and file on Wednesday, 14th December 2022 to suspend the strike action, subject to the signing of a communiqué that shall bind the parties to commit to engaging to bring finality to CETAG’s 2021 Conditions of Service and payment of compensation for all-year-round work for the 2021/2022 academic year.
  3. Upon the signing of the communiqué between the parties on Friday, 16 December 2022, leadership wishes to announce the suspension of our strike action with immediate effect to give the Hon. Minister opportunity to fulfill his promise of helping to address all the unresolved issues CETAG had raised within two weeks.
  4. Realising the unflinching support of the rank and file of the Association in the trenches during our struggles, Leadership through the National Council (NC), National Executive Officers (NEO), National Executive Committee (NEC), Zonal and Local branches of the Association in unison proudly acknowledge the display of gallantry and loyalty of the former with profound gratitude and we urge them to resume work on Monday, 19 December 2022 on their various campuses.
  5. Leadership promise to go to all length so that CETAG will get the best out of the engagement which is going to ensue as we suspend our destiny strike today hoping that the Hon. Minister and the Fair Wages and Salaries Commission (FWSC) shall take the necessary steps as promised to bring finality to bear on all the unresolved issues of CETAG,

MOTORAL PRESIDENT: Mr. Prince Obeng Hinah 0203811964/0244891154) AG NATIONAL SEC Momas Ampomah (34436346)

as soelt out in the signed communiqué within the two weeks agreed for hostilities to cease in the 46 public colleges of education.

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  1. CETAG wishes to thank the Hon. Minister of Education, Hon. Dr. Yaw Osei Adutwum for -putting his integrity and reputation on the line to intervene to have the outstanding issues resolved within two weeks, which first meeting is slated for Wednesday, December 21,
  2. Find attached a copy of the communique for your perusal.
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