Teachers’ strike: NUGS appeals for calm

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Teachers' strike: NUGS appeals for calm

how to make viagra at home for men PRESS STATEMENT OF THE NATIONAL UNION OF GHANA STUDENTS (NUGS) ON THE NAGRAT AND GNAT INDUSTRIAL STRIKE ACTION

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NUGS also believes that the teachers have raised pertinent issues on their salary which needs urgent attention but we caution the leadership of GNAT and NAGRAT to be patient with the SSSS policy which is still on a pilot stage whiles they sit and renegotiate with Government, the Fair Wages and Salaries Commission (FWSC) and the West African Examination Council (WAEC) on their premium allowances and salaries in order to help resolve the issue permanently.

We further appeal to the Government of Ghana, the Ministry of Education and the Ghana Education Service to set up a working committee as soon as possible to look into the teachers’ call for a review of their retention premium after three years of the implementation of the Single Spine Salary Structure (SSSS) and a renegotiation of the interim market premium, which is currently at 15 percent in order to calm tempers down.

Signed.
EUGENE ACKOM-DAMTEY
(NUGS Education & Democratization Secretary)

ANDREWS KOFI GYAN
(NUGS President)