Talks Between UTAG, TUTAG, and FWSC End Inconclusively Amid Accusations of Disrespect

A meeting between the University Teachers Association of Ghana (UTAG) and the Technical University Teachers Association of Ghana (TUTAG) with the Fair Wages and Salaries Commission (FWSC) ended inconclusively, with the associations citing concerns over the commission’s perceived lack of good faith, contemptuous behavior, and a lackadaisical approach to addressing critical aspects of their service conditions.

Expressing their frustration on Wednesday, both associations articulated their unwillingness to tolerate disrespect and a perceived lack of commitment to enhancing their conditions of service. UTAG and TUTAG stressed their reluctance to participate in meetings that do not produce tangible benefits for their members.

Additionally, a warning was issued by the associations, indicating that the concerns and voices of university lecturers would soon manifest in a manner more comprehensible to their employer or the government.

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