It appears the new Inspector General Of Police (IGP), Dr. Dampare continue to boost the morale of personnel of the Ghana Police Service with the introduction of many initiatives. The latest innovation by the IGP is the introduction of shuffle services for Police officers accross the Country.
Incremental jump is granted to teachers in the Ghana Education Service, each year a teacher is given a jump of one step on his salary level and scale, there is a monetary value attached to the step, if a teacher serves on a rank for a year, his salary level and scale is increased by a step and this step comes with a pay rise in the teacher’s basic salary.
The Ghana National Association of Teachers' president Phillipa Larsen has made some allegations against the president of the state. She made mention that, the president since assumption of office in 2017 has never attended the annual award ceremony of teachers. She spoke to Media General during this year's National Best Teacher Award Ceremony and made it known to the public.
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The Controller And Accountant General's Department (CAGD) has reaffirmed its decision to go by the December 1, 2021, deadline for public sector employees who receive salaries from the Department to register for the Ghana card else forfeit their salary by December this year. Although Controller has come under numerous backlashes from labour unions like GNAT, NAGRAT and CCT-GH, the department seems unperturbed at all.
The Minister of Education, Dr Yaw Osei Adutwum is set to meet the teacher unions to resolve challenges in the data input at the IPPD unit, many teachers have complained about their responsibility allowances been taken off from their payslips and others have not been upgraded to reflect to their newly promoted rank and scale.
True Motorists Union, an association made up of over motorists across the country, has rendered unqualified justifications to the former chairman, John Mahama, for campaigning against him. The motorist union explained that little did they know the New Patriotic Party (NPP) government would be asleep to their plight as the complaints about the recent extravagant hikes in energy prices has been putatively ignored.
Construction work on the 1,200 kilometre transnational railway line, linking the Port of Tema in Ghana with Ouagadougou, the capital of neighbouring landlocked Burkina Faso, is set to start within the first three months of the coming year. The project would be implemented on a build, operate and transfer (BOT) basis.
According to statements made by the various teacher unions the payment of the 2021 Teachers’ Professional Development Allowance will take effect soon in November 2021. This was disclosed when NAGRAT and GNAT issued statements about the actual coast of the TM1 laptops. Teachers are urged to note that since the allowance is meant for building professional competencies, there is likely to be a case where every year the Ghana Education Service, Ministry of Education, and the teacher Unions will collaborate in aiding the 21st Century teacher to upgrade in terms of professionalism by using part of this allowance.
The Ghana National Association of Teachers is one of Ghana's most Popular and old teachers unions in the Country. Ghana National Association of Teacher has established hostels in all 10 Regions within the Country and has over 200, 000 Teacher within the Association. Most Teachers have explained that the Association is underperforming and is not working in the Interest of Teachers in the Country.
The National Union of Ghana Students (NUGS) has petitioned the Speaker of Parliament, Alban S. Kingsford Bagbin to investigate the mass failure recorded in the law entrance examination conducted by the Ghana Legal Council (GLC). NUGS appeal comes after GLC, unlike previously where students who hit the 50% pass mark are qualified for admission said students this year must obtain at least 50% in each of the two sections in the exams to be eligible for enrollment.
Get a Ride home, a new business introduced by teachers in the Senior High Schools is booming as teachers defiles the President's statement " Teaching is not a profession to make teachers millionaires, one cannot be a millionaire in the teaching profession. Get a ride home is trending in all the Senior High Schools and teachers are cashing out of it.
The president of the Coalition of Concerned Teachers Ghana (CCT-GH) together with two other national leaders of the union has not been arrested. This is to disregard the news that the three persons have been arrested for defrauding the union of a huge amount. According to a circular released by the communication Director, Adokwei Ayikwi-Awulley, he revealed that King Ali Awudu, the President, Ako Forson, the General Secretary and the Communication Director himself are currently in a NEC Meeting at Koforidua.
Leadership of the Tricycle Riders Association in Kumasi, the capital of the Ashanti Region have welcomed the decision by the Ghana Police Service to enforce traffic regulations to curb the spate of road accidents in the region. This follows a report by the Motor Traffic and Transport Division, MTTD, of the Ghana Police Service which pegs 912 deaths out of 2,126 persons who have died through road accidents in the first nine months of 2012 to motorbikes or tricycles.
The former Chairman of the People’s National Congress (PNC), Bernard Anbataayela Mornah has reiterated that the African Union is becoming so useless and ineffective. Bernard Mornah made this outburst during a panel discussion Adekye Nsroma on United Television yesterday October 11, 2021. His disappointment with the Africa Union stems out of actions that in his opinion, leaders of African Union have failed to take over the years.
GPRTU, Transport Union threatens to increase fuel prices by 20% if taxes and levies are not abolished
The Ghana Private Road Transport Union (GPRTU) and Private Road Transport Commercial Operators Union have threatened to increase transport fares by 20 percent if government fails to scrub some levies from petroleum products. According to the GPRTU, government has failed to uphold it's promise of ensuring there's no significant increase in fuel prices.
The three major teacher unions have hinted that they will embark on a nationwide strike action if the government fails to meet their concerns by November 17, 2021. Speaking in an interview with Campus Exclusive, Mr. Frank Gyegye, the Communication Director of the Coalition of Concerned Teachers-Ghana (CCT-GH) indicated the government has been given up to November 17 to honor his part of the agreement.
Asante Jerry, a Ghanaian teacher and opera news creator, claimed on the eve of his country's independence in the mid-1950s: "We are confidently riding the crest of the wave to greater economic prosperity, greater social and cultural achievements, and eventual independence." We've gotten to this glorious stage thanks to our progressive and efficient transportation infrastructure—thanks to our gradual, almost dramatic shift from a static to a mobile society.
Coalition of Concern Teachers Ghana (CCTG) is one of the strong teacher's union in the country, members of the Coalition of Concern Teachers Ghana, are the teachers who broke up from the two main teacher unions in the country, Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT) and National Association Graduate Teachers.
Economic watchers in the country have observed that until the main two strongest political parties in the country throw in the towel and come together to fix the challenges confronting the country, foreigners will soon take over the country by taking advantage of the political lineniency in the society.