Labour Ministry takes teacher unions striking against new GES boss to NLC 

Labour Ministry takes teacher unions striking against new GES boss to NLC 

The Ministry of Employment and Labour Relations has taken the three striking teacher unions to the National Labour Commission (NLC). 

The unions have launched into an industrial motion over the appointment of the new Director-General of the Ghana Education Service (GES).

They insist Dr. Nkansah is just not an educationist however moderately a banker. 

However, a second assembly between the unions and the Ministry concerned on Monday led to a stalemate.

This has compelled the Ministry to run to the NLC. 

Already some government officers have spoke against the transfer strike motion. 

For occasion, the Deputy Majority Leader Alexander Afenyo-Markin has said the strike motion is unfair. 

According to him, Dr Eric Nkansah doesn’t deserve that at the start of his tenure. 

He, subsequently, implored the striking lecturers to return to work. 

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