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The University of Ghana(UG) and the University of Cape Coast(UCC) have postponed their reopening date due to a strike by their senior staff.

The basis of this strike is to protest the unsettled payment of their market premium and Tier-2 market arrears among others.

According dailymailgh.com, The University of Ghana Basic School management wrote in a letter, “It is very unfortunate to inform you of a postponement of in our reopening date scheduled for 25th January 2021. A new date of resumption will be communicated to you later.”

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“All sections of the University Basic Schools (KG, Primary, JHS, and North Campus) will be closed from Monday, 25th January 2021 until further notice,” they added.

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The management University of Cape Coast Basic School also stated in a letter on Sunday 24 January 2021, “This is due to the strike action embarked upon by the Senior Staff Association-Universities of Ghana of which our staff are members.”

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It is unfortunate that the academic calendar which had already been setback by COVID-19 might be further setback in the schools in question due to recent developments.

 

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