The government has reached an agreement with the Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT) to pay in June, 13,268 teachers across the country whose salaries have delayed for two years.
It comes after the validation of the employment documents of the affected teachers was completed in April by the Audit Department and the Controller and Accountant General’s Department.
About 29,000 teachers had submitted their documents for validation as of April this year, but the committee raised issues with 16,000 of them, a report by Tv3network.com said on Tuesday.
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The General Secretary of GNAT, Ofori Acheampong, has, therefore, asked the affected teachers to visit the Ghana Education Service website for guidance on how to proceed.