NAGRAT, The National Association of Graduate Teachers has threatened government to get on strike on September 30, 2015.
The teachers from the association have claimed that Mahama’s administration has failed to pay their annual incremental allowances in the last three years.
Moreover they demanded that they had an agreement with government that they will receive an increment in their salaries every year but haven’t received anything yet.
NAGRAT states government has ignored issues contiguous on their conditions of service regardless of countless warnings.
Also they have questioned that why teachers, especially in remote areas have not been paid their transport allowances??
NAGRAT has raised all these issues in a press conference earlier today in Accra.
Senyo Kwamikorkor, Greater Accra Regional Chairman of NAGRAT narrated that teachers will go on strike on September 30, 2015, if government does not act upon our demands.
Furthermore, he added that Government of the day does not want to respect this profession, which was the most respectable in the past; so it is very bad for people to work for several months without being paid.
Through the Media, he called on all the teachers all over Ghana to get ready for strike on 30th September to pinch the government over NAGRAT issues.
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