Political Science Lecturer and the General Secretary for the University of Ghana Chapter of the University Teachers Association (UTAG) Prof Ransford Gyampo has described leaders in Ghana as thieves.
According to him, the country’s leaders steal from the country’s money, which has been entrusted to them to manage.
However, they are able to avoid jail time by relying on technicalities.
But the fraudsters who profit themselves with state funds appear to have issues with lecturers who are fighting for what is rightfully theirs.
University Teachers, according to Ransford Gyampo, will fight for their rights and will not be intimidated.
“You steal from the country and use technicalities to get out of jail.” When teachers go on strike, however, you threaten to put them in jail. We are willing to go to jail in order to fight for improved working conditions. In a social media message, he urged, “Let the nation’s conscience be awakened.”
“Telling Teachers that if they aren’t happy with their Conditions of Service, they should resign, is the most foolish talk that can only come from the buccal cavity of a small-minded person who couldn’t fully benefit from formal education,” the lecturer said in a separate post in response to the Public Relations Manager for the Fair Wages and Salaries Commission’s calls for Lecturers to resign if they aren’t okay with their conditions of service, they should resign,”