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Coalition of Unemployed Trained Teachers Issues Ultimatum to Government

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The Coalition of Unemployed Trained Teachers (CUTT) has given the government an ultimatum, demanding employment or facing mass street demonstrations by the end of April. The group, consisting of individuals who have completed their Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) programme, National Service, and passed licensure exams, expressed frustration over the lack of job opportunities despite their qualifications. Lead Convener Murtala Mohammed highlighted their plight, emphasizing their readiness to protest if their grievances are not addressed promptly.


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The Coalition of Unemployed Trained Teachers (CUTT) has given the government an ultimatum, demanding employment or facing mass street demonstrations by the end of April. The group, consisting of individuals who have completed their Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) programme, National Service, and passed licensure exams, expressed frustration over the lack of job opportunities despite their qualifications. Lead Convener Murtala Mohammed highlighted their plight, emphasizing their readiness to protest if their grievances are not addressed promptly.




The Coalition of Unemployed Trained Teachers (CUTT) has issued a stern ultimatum to the government, demanding immediate employment for its members or facing the prospect of mass street demonstrations by the end of April. Comprising individuals who have successfully completed their four-year Bachelor of Education (B.Ed) programme, their mandatory one-year National Service, and passed licensure exams, the group expressed deep frustration over the lack of job opportunities despite their qualifications.



Speaking at a press conference organized by the group, Lead Convener Murtala Mohammed condemned the situation as unfair and unfortunate, especially considering that they were part of the pioneer batch of teachers trained under the new B.Ed programme and the Common Core Programme, designed to enhance the quality of education nationwide. Mohammed highlighted the fact that they had received licenses from the National Teaching Council (NTC), set to expire in 2025, yet remained without employment.



The group reiterated their readiness to take to the streets in protest if the government fails to address their grievances before the end of April. This ultimatum comes as a stark reminder of the challenges faced by qualified teachers in securing employment opportunities despite their credentials and qualifications.


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Bricy Boateng is an educationist, blogger, graphic designer, content creator and a digital marketer. He's passionate about matters relating to teachers and the Ghana Education Service(GES). Bricy Boateng is very sociable and very welcoming. Follow me on all major social media channels and let's vibe together!

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