JUST IN: TTAG Appeals To CETAG
The Teacher Trainees Association of Ghana (TTAG) has appealed to the members of the Colleges of Education Teachers of Ghana (CETAG) to as a matter of urgency call off their mass leave.
According to TTAG in their humble release signed by the President and the General Secretary, Dzunu Jonathan and Musah Sumaila respectively, the action of CETAG is really impacting negatively on them hence, entreating the leadership of CETAG and their members to consider the trainees and call off the mass leave.
TTAG says it bears and shares the grievances of CETAG to taken such action in order to demanding what is due them.
Wholeheartedly, TTAG has put themselves into the shoes of CETAG members but calling on them, to look upon their faces and help them by calling off the mass leave.
CETAG has directed all its members across the Forty Six (46) Public Colleges of Education in Ghana to proceed on mass leave.
Read the full statement of TTAG below.
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