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The College Education Teachers Association of Ghana (CETAG) is set to suspend their long-running strike as a result of members voting at the direction of their superiors, proposed by the Education Minister.
During the voting conducted among the local branches of the 46 Faculties of Education under the auspices of CETAG, a successful result emerged.
The results are as follows:
Seventeen colleges, or 48.57% in the vote, agreed to continue the strike until the government addresses their demands.
18 colleges out of 46, representing a ratio of 51.43, agreed to vote to suspend the strike on condition. They said that they will not resume work until after another two (2) weeks if the government responds to their demands.
Finally, eleven (11) remaining Colleges of Education were absent from the voting process.
In short, the highest percentage of the vote (51.43%) decided that the Assembly should resume and stop the strike but with the proviso that, unless the Government addresses their demands with a notice of two (2) a week, if not, they will continue to strike. He hits.