The National President of the Ghana National Association of Teachers (GNAT) revealed late Thursday to the media that pre-tertiary public school teachers in Ghana have ended their 10-day strike action.
In response to a deal made between the government and organized labor, all public sector employees will start receiving a 15 percent cost-of-living allowance on July 1.
In response to the deal made with the government over the living allowance, a statement issued by GNAT instructed all teachers to report to work on Friday.
We are officially notifying all of our members that the strike has been called off on this note, it continued.
According to Africanewsreport, on July 4, four pre-tertiary teachers’ unions in Ghana declared a nationwide strike to demand a 20% cost-of-living allowance to cushion them against the country’s surging prices of goods and services.
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