2022 COLA Negotiation: We boycotted the meeting due to Government’s betrayal of Our Trust -Teachers

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General Secretary of GNAT, Mr Thomas Musah

EducationGhana: July 13| 2022 COLA Negotiation: We boycotted the meeting due to the Government’s betrayal of Our Trust -Teachers:

Teacher Unions at the Pre-Tertiary Education Level have indicated that their decision to walk out of the COLA Negotiation meeting on Tuesday, was due to the government’s strategy to disrespect their efforts.

The Unions said the government’s behaviour made them lose trust in the process and the government concerning their decision to strike in a request for their 20% Cost of Living Allowance (COLA).

Presidents of the National Association of Teachers (NAGRAT) and the Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT) Angel Carbonou and Thomas Musah respectively, who attended the meeting in Accra, told journalists after stepping out that the government’s representatives were insisting that the unions call off the strike before negotiations start.

They said they found this a betrayal of trust hence, their decision to boycott the meeting.

Thomas Musah said “I think that what has happened today is very unfortunate. What we can say now is that our negotiation has come inconclusively and we are still on strike”

For his part, Mr Carbonou said “They are indicating and asking us to call off our strike before negotiations begin. So all it means is that the government side is not ready to continue negotiation unless the teacher unions call off the strike.

On Monday, 4th July 2022, the four (4) Unions in Education, namely GNAT, NAGRAT, Teachers’ and Educational Workers Union (TEWU) and Coalition of Concerned Teachers, Ghana, withdrew their services in all the Pre-Tertiary educational space, to back their demand for the Cost-of-Living Allowance (COLA).

This involved both Teaching and Non-Teaching staff.

 

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