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GNAT executive Council meeting outcome: Cancer fund, minimum wage et' al

The Executives of the Ghana National Association of Teachers held an emergency meeting to discuss Issues about minimum wage, teachers upgrading issues, and many more. 

The meeting was held at Abankro, Kumasi in the Ashanti Region. The following were the outcomes of the meeting;

Council protested against the change of name of the GNAT Provident Fund to teacher’s provident fund as a way of getting more teachers on board. This was resisted because GNAT spent its money on establishing the fund.

Those involved in orchestrating the change of name of the fund, from GNAT provident fund to teachers provident fund, ie the Board was dissolved with immediate effect.

An interim three-member committee board has been set up to work to reverse the change of name and manage affairs until the substantive board is appointed in September 2021.

A motion was raised for the National Treasure, Rev. Mrs Hannah Odjeiman Botchwey to step aside since she was found complicit in the former dissolved board for investigations to be carried on her.

They have also promised members that this time they will deal directly with factories for their goods in other to sell affordable goods to members.

Teachers fund has purchased a unique insurance company. By September 2021 members would be informed about the mode of operations and policies that would be run by the company.

GNAT Lacoste is ready for the rest of the regions yet to be supplied at the national headquarters and would soon be dispatched to the regions for onward distribution to members teachers.

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