According to the Ghana's Agricultural Workers Union (GAWU), if the government does not invest In the agricultural sector, there will be much more hunger than it is now. Edward Kareweh the Unions General Secretary, criticized the Government's unwillingness to engage in the agricultural sector.
The Accra Regional Police Command have arrested 22 suspects for obstructing public movement on Monday, 6th December 2021 during a sit down strike by transport Unions. The 22 Persons were arrested by the Police after blocking some public roads in some parts of the Capital. The suspects took advantage of the strike by members of the Ghana Private Road Transport Union over fuel prices hikes.
This brochure has been circulating online today and we have decided to check out certain things about it. According to www.blewutv.com in this ARTICLE , a plan is underway to protest against the Trade Union Cooperation and the Labour Union in Ghana. The brochure is calling on people to join hands in the campaign to protest and remove the leadership of the Trade Union Cooperation and the Labour Union.
The Teacher Unions of the pre-tertiary education comprising of GNAT, NAGRAT, TEWU AND CCT has released a statement to address current pertinent issues affecting teachers preparing students for the final West Africa Senior Secondary Certificate Examination (WASSCE) and Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE). According to the Unions, the Ghana Education service and various heads of institutions are acting contrary to the memorandum of understanding reached between the teacher Unions and the government
The global pandemic(covid-19) has in recent times contributed to the closing down of schools across the globe. Countries feared there might be spikes in cases if that option is not choosing. The president of Ghana announced the immediate closing of schools when news broke that a student of the university of Ghana has returned from overseas with the deadly virus. After a two weeks lock down and a gradual easing of restrictions, the government of Ghana and the covid management team in consultation with the Gh
EAI RELEASE TEACHERS SHOULD REMAIN SILENT ABOUT THE HOT MEAL. THEIR UNIONS ARE TOOTHLESS. "Dumb folks get no lands. Reserve your energy" I find it too difficult, problematical embarrassing, uncomfortable and it baffles me how teachers are being tractabled in this country. It is too disgusting, stinging and stinking. It worries me to know that teachers are among those who receive the worst condition of service in this country. As far as this fine decision by the President, that's the general feeding of the
9Teacher Unions to meet over the Silence of the 2021 Budget Statement on Salary Increment The three teacher Unions Ghana National Association of Teachers(GNAT), National Association of Graduate Teachers(NAGRAT) and Coalition of Concern Teachers(CCT) in collective agreement went to the negotiation table with the Joint Salary Negotiation Committee(JSNC) over the new
The Ghana registered Nurses and Midwives Association, Ghana Medical Association, Physician Association Group, and the Health Service Workers Union of Pantanag has declared their intension of withdrawal of service in a letter signed by all the joint Unions. According to the notice, this has become necessary due to stakeholders apathy towards issues of staff. The Unions stated that if with effect from June 29th, 2020 all units will be closed and staff who work at the wards will stay home. We (the joint Unions
Pre-tertiary Education Unions have energetically kicked against plans by the government to revive schools. The Unions trust it's improper for the President, Nana Akufo Addo to try and consider reviewing understudies and educators back to the study hall when Covid-19 is still out of control. The Unions trust it's improper for the President, Nana Akufo Addo to try and consider reviewing understudies and educators back to the study hall when Covid-19 is still out of control. In a letter dated May 18, 20
The Calls for The Reopening of Schools by Private Teachers; Is It for The Money or Love for the Job?
Over the past weeks there have been concerns and consultations among the major stakeholders of the Education sector as to whether schools should be reopened or not. It is almost 3 months since Ghana recorded her first case of the novel Coronavirus, hereafter COVID-19. Ghana’s confirmed cases as of today May 25, 2020 stands at 6808 with 2070 recoveries and 32 lives lost. It is becoming apparent that the country keeps adding to her numbers almost every 2 days if not less. The President Nana Akufo-Addo order
Ghana's government is in a very difficult situation concerning the reopening of schools. There's a big battle between Government Teachers' Unions and Heads of Private Schools and their teachers. The Government has held meetings with educational stakeholders and called on Unions to discuss and suggest the best ways to regulate education and school should schools be reopened. The headache of Government began when all the teacher Unions converged to team up against government's decision to reopen school
Teaching is a profession which is acquired through training in various accredited institution. Is a profession which every one will like to venture into. Every profession pass through the training of teacher, such as Lawyers, president, Doctors and so on. In Ghana teachers are regarded as second parent of every going school children in the sense that teachers spend much time with students than biological parents.