Audio Attachment:The Fair Wages and Salaries Commission (FWSC), is accusing the leadership of the striking teachers of hypocrisy, with regard to their handling of issues emanating from their industrial action.
Head of Public Affairs at the FWSC, Earl Ankrah says the leaders of the Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT) and the National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT), are playing double standards, which could further frustrate efforts to get them back to the classrooms.
Reader Comments (6)
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iddirisu danaa mubarik
Mar 31, 2013 0-18
I don't think Teachers are right in their demand for equity of salaries,especially GNAT.They should know that everything about them is basic
AGYA MENSAH. Kumasi-N/Asuoye boa
Mar 30, 2013 11-33
Though I am not a teacher,but a concerned citizen.Please let us be frank,teachers have been cheated for far too long,and the earlier the government takes a firm decision to tackle the problem the better for the education of Ghana.
Mar 26, 2013 11-13
FWSC statement that came today concerning teachers' strike is very irresponsible.
Mar 26, 2013 11-09
I think who ever speaks on teachers strike as illegal has a psychological problem.
Mar 25, 2013 11-48
i think NAGRAT is right, lets solve their problems once and for all in other to save our young ones.
Mar 23, 2013 0-34
F.W.S.C. should think of the dangers that will befall the future generation of GHANA, ask yourselves how much does the president and his dignitaries receive for an hour....think teachers got families to cater,