The Senior Staff Association Universities of Ghana (SSA-UoG) and the Federation of Universities Senior Staff Association (FUSSAG), have suspended their industrial action which commenced on Monday, August 2, 2021.
The suspension follows the National Labour Commission’s ruling on August 6, 2021, an intervention made by the Minister for Education, Minister for Employment and Labour the Fair Wages Commission on behalf of the government.
Zakaria Mohammed, the National Chairman of the SSA-UoG in a statement copied to EducationWeb.com.gh on behalf of the National Executives Councils of the SSA-UoG and the FUSSAG said the strike has been suspended.
“I write on behalf of the National Executives Councils of the SSA-UoG and the FUSSAG, to suspend our industrial strike action which was declared on August 2, 2021, with immediate effect,” the National Chairman stated in the release.
“We will continue to engage faithfully with government and other relevant stakeholders in our fight for justice, fairness and equity in the salaries and allowances administration of our members.
“I, therefore, call on all Senior Staff across the Sixteen (16) Public Universities in Ghana to resume work without further delay. Yours faithfully,” the National Executives Councils of the SSA-UoG and the FUSSAG stated.