The Ghana National Association of Instructors (GNAT) has termed on the federal government by the Ghana Training Assistance to consider urgent actions to address the welfare fears of teachers for enhanced productiveness.
Mr Charles Atakibire Ateem, Chairman of the Bolgatanga Municipal Department of GNAT, who built the attraction, famous that though progress was created in direction of improving the operating affliction of teachers, they ended up still confronted with a lot of worries.
He urged the federal government to take needed techniques to handle the challenges to strengthen the affliction of support of academics so as to encourage good quality academic performances and outcomes.
Mr Ateem was speaking at the 6th quadrennial and 53rd district delegates’ meeting of Bolgatanga Municipal Branch of GNAT in Bolgatanga in the Upper East Location.
It was on the theme: “GNAT@90, surviving as a trustworthy and lively instructor union in the 21st century empowering lecturers in the Bolgatanga Municipality.”
The department comprised four administrative districts, such as Bolgatanga Municipal, Bolgatanga East, Talensi and Nabdam.
Outlining the worries of the instructors, the Chairman revealed that most of the colleges in their many jurisdictions did not have management units and the scenario had led to deletion of their customers from the payroll of the Controller and Accountant General’s Department and urged GES to right the abnormality.
Mr Ateem mentioned that the GES in current occasions was delaying in releasing names of shortlisted applicants for examine depart with spend and it experienced created some lecturers to pay out their charges before the launch of the names.
“For occasion, in 2020, the shortlisted candidates were published on February 2, 2021, a month just after the last teacher had compensated his or her expenses on January 8, 2021, I, hence, phone on GES to act swiftly and grant people colleagues of ours who are victims of this kind of circumstance,” he included.
Mr Ateem even further identified as on governing administration to suitable the undue delays in upgrading teachers who have been qualified and owing for marketing.
He said, “closely connected to this is the using away of the duty allowance soon after getting profitable in one’s promotion, I suggest if possible, GES ought to just take actions to put obligation allowance as an merchandise on its have.”
Mr Ababu Afelbiek, the National Vice President of GNAT, noted that the Association experienced previously submitted templates to the many District Training Places of work relating to the responsibility allowance, payment of wage arrears and upgrading, between other individuals.
He, thus, urged the govt through the GES to quickly act in addressing the considerations of lecturers so as to encourage teachers’ growth, progress and efficient shipping of assistance.
At the end of the meeting, Mr Ateem was retained as the Municipal Chairman of the Association though Mr Christian D. Ayamga was elected vice-chairman.
The other people are Madam Endurance Ayiwah, treasurer, Mr Solomon Gbenga George, Trustee, Madam Hellen Lolig, Fundamental Consultant and Mr Sebastian Awobgo, Youth Coordinator.
The rest include Madam Janet Abane GNAT-LAS Coordinator, Mr Ephraim Agolmah, Education and learning Administration Consultant, Mr Sulemana Atogtue, Complex Institutions Consultant and Mr Richard Asakiya Akungoe, 2nd Cycle Representative.