CETAG calls off mass leave, announces date to resume work
The mass leave by the Colleges of Education Teachers Association of Ghana (CETAG) has been called off.
A released sighted by Filasconews.com today, Thursday, September 15,2022, confirms the calling off of the leave.
The new release was signed by the President of CETAG, Mr. Prince Obeng Himah and the AG. General Secretary of CETAG, Mr. Thomas Ampomah.
According to the statement, CETAG called off the their action after considering the plea of the Trainee Teachers Association of Ghana (TTAG) and other stakeholders in the Education sector not forgotten the public efforts to get them back to work.
The association (CETAG) has therefore directed all their members to end their leave by Friday, 16th September, 2022 and travel back to their respective teaching centers within the weekend.
Monday, September 19, 2022, teaching and learning will resume according to the release by CETAG intercepted by this portal.
Read the statement of CETAG below.