The National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT) has declared a strike over the newly introduced human resource management information system (HRMIS).
According to NAGRAT's President, Angel Carbonu, the HRMIS has created a lot of setbacks for teachers which was affecting their productivity.
Speaking in an interview with Joy FM, the NAGRAT president said, the system procured by the Public Services Commission, was incompatible with the scheme of services of the Ghana Education Service (GES).
According to him, teachers are being taken for granted and he did not understand why teachers should be used as pawns in a game.
Mr Carbonu is calling on all teachers to stay out of their schools until further notice.
“For those who are yet to reopen, stay away from the school premises even when they reopen,” he added.
In other news, the National Identification Authority (NIA) has announced that it would begin a mass registration of foreign nationals currently residing in Ghana.
The registration has been scheduled to take place on Monday, September 9 – Thursday, October 31, 2019 at the Accra International Conference Centre from 8am to 4pm each day.
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