NAGRAT, TEWU, GNAT, and CCT’s continuous strike action was the subject of an interview with a female teacher on Onua TV.
The lady, who seemed to have endured a great deal of hardship as a result of the subpar working and pay circumstances for teachers, broke down in tears as she was sharing her thoughts on the strike.
When she heard that a union leader was going to collect bribes from the government and then return to the classroom, she swiftly got up from her seat, sat on the bare floor, and showered obscenities in advance, on any union leader who may dare do so.
As she sees it, certain Ghanaian teachers’ union leaders are to blame for the country’s teachers’ financial woes because they reportedly use the backdoor to steal money from government officials while the rest of the instructors remain poor.
She went on to say that they only call a new strike when the money they allegedly stole from the government runs out, but teachers don’t gain anything from this.
That any union leader, whether from the Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT), NAGRAT, CCT, or TEWU, who dares betray the suffering teachers this time around for their selfish interests, would face the gods of the land, she said.