Members of All Teachers Alliance Ghana (ATAG) have hit the street of Accra to express their displeasure over the One-Teacher-One-Laptop policy.
According to the members, the deal was poor negotiated and is not in the best interest of teachers.
This protest according to the group, is to drum home their displeasure over government’s decision to deduct an amount of GH¢509 from the teachers’ professional development allowance as payment for the one-teacher, one laptop policy.
The members have also described the laptop as “sub-standard, fake and pentium 1” laptops.
“The deduction is being done at a time when a legal battle seeking to terminate the implementation of the initiative is ongoing. This is unacceptable and disrespectful and we will fight them till the right thing is done” the members fires.
Below are some of the messages from the protestors
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