Tuesday, 6 December 2016

Anglophone Teachers Strike - Prime Minister Philemon Yang's first ad hoc committee ends in a 'DEADLOCK' as teachers resolves to CARRY ON with their STRIKE

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Prime Minister Philemon Yang

Following Prime Minister Philemon Yang's orders to set up an inter-ministerial ad hoc committee  to investigate the grievances of striking anglophone teachers, who are in the third week of their 'stay at home strike', the first session of this ad hoc committee was held today December 6, 2016 in the North West Regional capital of Bamenda.

The meeting that was attended by officials from the PM's cabinet, officials from the Ministry of Higher Education, representatives  from the Teachers Trade Unions, PTA members of government, private and lay private denominational schools was a hope for a start of a friendly handshake,

However, the outcome of this first committee was disappointing, as it ended in a DEADLOCK, with teachers resolving to carry on with their strike actions as government is still refusing to play fair during dialogues.

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