The strike by the University of Cape Coast Branch of the Senior Staff Association is beginning to bite hard as all offices remain closed on campus.
The senior staff declared an indefinite strike on Friday over what it describes as ill practices meted out to its members by the University’s Management.
The group is asking for the promotion of senior staff, appointment to senior membership, career progression, and payment of negotiated allowances among others.
Chairman of the Senior Staff Association, Sandy Kumi Sinatra, says the NLC has summoned them and the university management this morning in an attempt to resolve the impasse.
Meanwhile, the national leadership of the association says it will not hesitate to declare a strike in solidarity with its colleagues at the University of Cape Coast if their grievances are not addressed.