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Ghana's pre-tertiary instructors proclaim strike over brutal financial circumstances

Pre-tertiary educators' associations in Ghana proclaimed a modern strike Monday the nation over to request the installment of the typical cost for most everyday items stipend.

The Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT), the National Association of Graduate Teachers, the Teachers and Educational Workers Union, and the Coalition of Concerned Teachers request a 20 percent living stipend to balance the increasing cost for many everyday items.

Tending to a joint public interview Monday, General Secretary for the GNAT Thomas Musah said every one of their approaches the public authority to make a suitable move on their interests have not been answered.

"We can never again bear the difficulty. We have been constrained under the ongoing conditions to freely impart to Ghanaians our expectation to take to the streets, having gone past the June 30 cutoff time we gave the public authority for the installment of the average cost for many everyday items stipend," he said.

"By this, we are illuminating the overall population that we are pulling out the entirety of our administrations in all the pre-tertiary training space, this incorporates educating and non-showing staff." Enditem

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Coalition of Concerned Teachers GNAT Ghana National Association of Graduate Teachers Teachers and Educational Workers Union


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