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Deputy Minister Lambasted For Telling Teachers That They Were Paid For No Work Done During Covid-19

Deputy Minister for Employment and Labour Relations, Bright Wireko-Brobby has receive several backlash for saying that Akufo-Addo government paid teachers for no work done during Covid-19 and so they should reason with the government. His comments comes in wake of the strike action embarked on by the Pre-tertiary teachers.

In a video shared by TV3 on 5th July 2022, the Deputy Minister advised the teachers to reason with government because they were paid for no work done during Covid-19 era.

"For me I have said that they (teacher unions) have a legitimate concern but let me also say that for 9 months during the Covid pandemic, our teachers were at home but the government continued to pay them. And if today we have a global crisis, they should bear with the government."

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It seems the words of the Deputy Employment Minister didn't go down well with some Ghanaians.

"Instead to find a solution to an arising case, see what you're talking about. Were you and cohorts not paid? And for doing what exactly during the pandemic era." A user wrote."You are worsening the situation with your utterances" a user wrote.

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