Worse, she is seen in the viral video praying to all of Ghana's gods while sitting on the floor.
Teachers' Union executives have been slammed by this instructor for allegedly accepting a bribe.
She asked the leaders of the various unions to stand by their decision until the government caves in, citing the strike action that has been proclaimed by the leaders of the various unions.
When it comes to teachers union leaders, she believes they will take government money and declare a strike without persuading the government to execute their true requirements.
She descended to the ground and invoked the gods of all the many Ghanaian tribes, threatening to punish the strike's leaders if they accepted any 'brown packet.'
Ghanaian teachers went on an indefinite strike this week to demand a cost-of-living allowance for their families (COLA).
Teachers who talked to Onua TV worry the leaders will proclaim a strike in order to accept bribes from the government in a private meeting and then call it off.
When the strike leaders call it off, she argues, if they don't get the government to pay the COLA to teachers, it would mean that they used the strike to coerce the government for their own individual interests and not the collective good of teachers.
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