A warning of strike has been given to the Government by The Coalition of Concerned Teachers, Ghana (CCT-G) if immediate steps are not taken to pay their salary increments and transfer grants.
The teachers union has claimed that their demands are under the ruling of National Labour Commission.
The National President Ernest Opoku has stated while talking to journalists in Accra over the issue that their case is under the budget of 2015.
Moreover the salary arrears must be paid as the 2015 budget has some portions of its payment; he said that on Wednesday, August 12.
Some of the public sector workers have also warned of strikes for the payment of their debt salaries.
A statement has been issued by the Ministry of Employment and Labour Relations on Tuesday that the accusing leaders of the state institutions must submit the names of the workers getting on strike to the Finance Ministry for compiling after Friday, 14th August.
However the CCT-G are strict to their demands and said that their needs are logical as chalk and assessment books must be available before the next academic year.
Mr Opoku warned that if such type of behavior has remained by the state workers then we would not like to face the numerous challenges.
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