The National president of the National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT), Mr. Angel Carbonu has described the sacking of the Ghana Education Service boss Prof Opoku Amankwa of his position as disappointing and making teachers’ aim of getting better conditions of service look gloomy.
According to Angel Carbonu, the sacking of the GES boss is not only surprising but has also left the members of the National Association of Graduate Teachers NAGRAT with overwhelming hearts.
“This is very disappointing. We are surprised because we had someone who was able to build a very positive relationship and rapport with the union”, said NAGRAT President, Angel Carbonu.
Mr. Angel Carbonu is of the view that the sacking of the GES will affect some critical decisions concerning the better condition of service for teachers in the country.
“A lot of our discussions with him had reached advanced stages. So for this termination to come at this time, I think there is someone at the Jubilee House who is not aware of the work going on at the GES. As far as I am concerned, this controversial termination is going to affect us.”