BREAKING:More Trouble As SHS Face Danger Of Close Down; Details Dropped-CHECK.

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The strike action by the four Teacher unions is actually creating grounds for danger than one would have thought.

Matters over the industrial action by the four teacher unions is like to see a temporal closure of second cycle institutions in the country if the unions refuse to call off the strike because of the conduct of some Heads of the second cycle institutions as reported by TEWU.

This is because, the Heads of second cycle institutions don’t go on strike. As managers their duty is to see how to keep the school environment safe whiles their teaching and non-teaching staff have withdrawn their services.

Unfortunately, the alleged treat of some non-teaching staff of some of the second cycle institutions have agitated the leadership of TEWU to ask it’s members to go home completely until they hear from them. This likely to affect successful running of the schools.

Meanwhile, the TEWU members are those that cook, provide security, accountants, secretaries and so on. This imply that there will be no one cooking for the boarders in the school in the members obey the directive from their leaders and so eventually the schools may have to close down temporarily.

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A statement by the leadership of TEWU said they “find the actions of these CHASS members as very unfortunate, to say the least,” for threatening their members that if they don’t come to work, they will be sacked.

A statement from the leadership of TEWU reported by 3News said “We, in the leadership of the Union, do not want to have any confrontations with anybody as far as this Industrial Action is concerned. No teacher is being forced and threatened to remain in the classroom so we do not see why the non-teaching staff are being treated this way.”

The leadership of TEWU want the Ghana Education Service to intervene immediately and ask those heads to stop threatening Thier members.

The statement noted “We are by this medium, requesting the Director-General of GES to call these Heads to order and asked them to refrain from the threats and intimidations as we all seek the appropriate response from Government on our request.

As a result of the poor actions by some Heads of the second cycle institutions, the leadership of TEWU gas accordingly asked it’s members to go home because they are also on strike.

The general secretary of TEWU noted “We are by this medium also telling ALL the Non-Teaching staff to withdraw all services and stay at home until you hear from us, your leaders.

It’s unfortunate for any manager who is aware the staffs are on strike to threaten them instead of using managerial skills to convince them to continue providing the needed services.

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It’s the prayer of the whole nation that this issues will be resolved as early as possible to avoid any closure of schools.

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