The Ghana Nationwide Affiliation of Teachers (GNAT) is advising dad and mom to maintain their youngsters at house.
The Ashanti Area Chairman for GNAT, Prosper Tachie, explains that lecturers won’t return to lecture rooms for no less than the entire of this week and there’s no level in sending the youngsters to take a seat in empty lecture rooms.
Mr Tachie says the strike is prone to proceed till the federal government is keen to grant lecturers’ request for a 20% price of dwelling allowance.
School rooms have been empty throughout the nation in public colleges over the previous two days and are prone to be empty for the remainder of the week as a result of a strike introduced by GNAT on Monday, July 4.
Mr Tachie revealed that this week’s strike is simply the primary a part of GNAT’s negotiating plan.
He was talking to David Akuetteh on Luv Within the Morning.
Mr Tachie disagreed that lecturers are insensitive to strike when the nation has entered right into a mortgage program with the Worldwide Financial Fund.