Innovative Teachers Union has suggested to the government to make payment of legacy arrears owed the 2016 batch of teachers following the president’s announcement.
The Association of Aggrieved Teachers have given the NPP government 12 hours ultimatum to settle the payment of their arrears or risk loosing their votes. This information was communicated to the public in a press statement issued by the Leadership of the group on the 6th of December,2020. According to the group, government seem to be playing with the issue of the salary Arrears. "The NPP government has taken the delicate nature of the Legacy arrears to run away from their mandatory obligations...", the statement
Greeting lovely people, it's another day which the Almighty God has blessed us with, and we need to thank him for his mercy and love for you and I. May every limitation upon your life shall give way to God's blessings. Management of Ghana Education Service has issued a recent letter as part of efforts to bring finality to the Legacy arrears owed staff has submitted data of 11, 420 staff ( that's the staff who applied the legacy arrears but were not validated for final payments) to the Reginal and District offices
Madam Comfort Ocran is the Chief Executive Officer of (CEO) of Legacy and Legacy. Some services present at Legacy and Legacy are; 1. Corporate Training and Consultancy 2. Mentoring and coaching. 3. Human Capital Development Conference. 4. Education Media Interventions.
VGMA 2020: Whose Album Did You Enjoy This Year? This year’s edition happens to be the 21st edition of the famous Ghana Music Awards ceremony. The award ceremony was inaugurated in the 1999. Over the years, the ceremony has seen nominees being crowned winners of the various categories the ceremony comprises of. One of the categories found in the award ceremony’s list, is the album of the year category. This category seeks to reward the artist who came out with the most amazing album, looking at the year in
The Ghana Education Service a while ago issued a statement on the controversial legacy arrears it promised it will not be stampeded to pay.Information reaching Accra News reveals the GES responded to a statement circulated earlier by the General Secretary of National Association Teachers that no teacher has been paid legacy arrears. According to GES it has paid a total 83743 out of 97191 which it says represents 100% of validated claims. It said in a statement below Earlier, the Ghana National Association of
PETITION TO THE PRESIDENT ON NON-PAYMENT OF LEGACY ARREARS BY COALITION OF AGGRIEVED TEACHERS The above coalition wishes to bring to the attention of the president, His Excellency Nana Addo Dankwa Akuffo Addo, that numerous teachers have still not been paid their legacy arrears contrary to claims by the government that all arrears owed teachers have been paid. We received with shock and surprise the announcement by the government that it had cleared all arrears owed teachers in the country, when in reality
Over the past years after completing the College of Education, Ghana Education Service Automatically enrolled and post Teachers and after serving one year of their obligation they collect what at that point in time was yelled 'back pay'. Conditions of service were better still until such a great relief was abolished by the then ruling government. Education is dynamic, therefore a new policy was introduced and instead of Teachers receiving full one year back pay has become a thing of the past, Teachers now, receive
Opinion: November Ending Payment of Professional Development Allowance, a Strategic Vote-buying Plan
The decision by the ruling NPP to pay teachers Professional Development Allowance is laudable however, the decision to pay it at the end of November, thus nearly a week to the 2020 presidential and parliamentary election looks more like a politically calculated vote-buying strategy. It may look like a well thought of plan to excite the teaching fraternity a week to elections however, the government must watch out for things that may go wrong and the impact it will have on teachers. Just as the teachers
Teachers are the planners of any developing nation. It causes me to feel on top at whatever point I am helped to remember the statement, "Teaching is the profession which makes any other professions." But, I bombed wretchedly to comprehend the way that not many of us are into this profession by the decision and the vast majority of us are into this profession by some coincidence. In the course of recent years, I barely met a couple of Students who invested wholeheartedly in recognizing the presence of this profession.
Samia Nkrumah, the daughter of Ghana’s first President , is set to contest as an independent candidate in the upcoming 2020 parliamentary elections in the Jomoro constituency. The reason for this decision was to continue his father's legacy. Her continuation of his father's legacy is to create a fair and just society. Another reason was that she wants to follow her father's policies, writings and speeches. Does it mean that she wants to follow her father's footsteps even if they are wrong or right? Ghana is