In a press release issued shortly after the final negotiations on Friday, March 4, the Commission expressed gratitude to all stakeholders in bringing “finality and sanity to the matter”.
“Government also acknowledges and appreciates the patience and tolerance of parents and students,” the press release concluded.
UTAG is, however, yet to come out with its position on the development.
Leadership had given government two weeks within which to meet their demands, having suspended their strike action on Monday, February 21.
They had, however, asked their branches to vote on the decision taken by the National Executive Committee (NEC) at an emergency meeting at the University of Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA)
All but two voted to reject the NEC decision, therefore calling for a resumption of the strike after the two-week ultimatum.
FWSC thanked the Ghana Tertiary Education Commission (GTEC) and Vice Chancellors Ghana (VCG) for their immense help during the seven-week strike.
By Emmanuel Kwame Amoh|3news.com|Ghana