Coalition of Concerned Teachers Ghana requests that the government return mutual funds and welfare obligations.

By flymultimediaghana Mar12,2024

Coalition of Concerned Teachers Ghana requests that the government return mutual funds and welfare obligations.
The Coalition of Concerned Teachers Ghana requests that the government return mutual funds and welfare obligations.

The group claims that if the government didn’t comply, they would have to advise themselves accordingly.

In a statement dated March 10, 2024, Godfred McThetheh Ansah, the chairman of the CCT-Ghana, along with other group leaders, stated, “We are giving the government and the minister up to next month’s end; if these accrued funds and dues are not released, we shall advise ourselves accordingly.”

Additionally, they stated, “We, the Coalition of Concerned Teachers, Gh. (CCT, Gh.) in the Kumasi Metropolis, wish to express our deepest displeasure about the continuous delay in releasing our mutual funds and welfare dues deductions, as a result of the blatant disregard for the welfare of our members.”

The government’s haircut program has left many teachers in financial limbo, according to the Coalition of Concerned Teachers Ghana, which claims that “the government has been downplaying our welfare.” We still owe the government up to five or six months.

They also urged the Ministry of Finance to release the withheld “mutual funds and welfare dues accrued in barely six months to our fund managers and leadership for the necessary things to be done for peace to prevail in the education system” in order to prioritize the well-being of committed teachers.

Coalition of Concerned Teachers Ghana requests that the government return mutual funds and welfare obligations.
The Coalition of Concerned Teachers Ghana requests that the government return mutual funds and welfare obligations.

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