An association of newly recruited teachers have issued threats of further action if their salaries are not paid by May 2019.
Citinewsroom.com reports that the teachers have also asked the Ghana Education Service (GES) to ensure that their biometric registration is completed by Tuesday, April 30, 2019.
This comes after persistent delays in the payment of their salaries, even after meetings and assurances from top government officials.
The president of the association, Nana Adjei Agyeman Collins, said they expect that their salary arrears to be paid in full.
He added that it would be difficult for the association to believe anything they are told, because of the failed promises of the GES.
The teachers say apart from receiving their appointment letters, nothing has been done to process their salaries, arguing that the government’s failure to pay them has made their lives unbearable.
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