The Vice President of the Polytechnic Teachers Association of Ghana, POTAG, Rita Sanful, says the POTAG strike might continue since their meeting with government on Tuesday was not fruitful.
Last Monday, POTAG announced it had suspended its 18 weeks strike action pending the outcome of renewed negotiations with government.
However a visit to the campuses on Tueday showed that academic activity has still not resumed. The classrooms were practically empty.
In an interview with CITI NEWS, the National Vice President of POTAG, Rita Sanful, said the National Executives of POTAG would be meeting on Wednesday in Cape Coast and that by Friday, they would decide on their next line of action.