The National Labor Commission (NLC) has coordinated the Senior Staff Association of Universities of Ghana (SSA-UoG) to promptly cancel its strike activity and show up for a hearing on Wednesday, June 9.

SSA-UoG pronounced an uncertain strike a month ago and expanded it recently with an approach individuals to totally set out their instruments until additional notification.

In spite of the fact that the striking ranking staff of the colleges appropriately educated the Ministry regarding Health over their most recent choice, the Commission says it is in repudiation of Section 127(3) of Act 651.

It noticed that the wronged laborers were in dealings with the Fair Wages and Salaries Commission (FWSC) over the issues of the question, accordingly banishing them from organizing any type of dissent.

“The National Labor Commission in the exercise of its forces under Section 139 (d) of the Labor Act, 2003, (Act 651) wishes to cause the Association to notice a negation of Section 127 (3) of Act 651 and thus coordinates the SSA-UoG to not just pull out the said order to the fundamental specialist organizations however to likewise cancel the continuous strike promptly as per Section 161 of Act 651 and show up before the Commission tomorrow, Wednesday, ninth June 2021 at 3:00 pm,” the Executive Secretary expressed in a letter to the National Chairman of SSA-UoG.

“By duplicates of this letter, all gatherings are welcome to show up as above.

“Inability to maintain this mandate, the Commission will implement consistent,” closed Ofosu Asamoah’s letter.

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