West Nile teachers defy to gov't threat, abandons class

Sep 5, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Daily Monitor

Government's threats to dismiss teachers who fail to show up in class at the beginning of the term have fallen on deaf ears in West Nile region as teachers have maintained their strike- not teaching until government yields to their demand of increased pay.

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#1 Sep 6, 2011
Government is very fast in taking decisions of pernishment but poor to accept teachers demands, But again on the side of the teachers you are just crying to increase your salary to increase your expenses you drink irresponsible as such public see you nouces most cases plz plan developments for you children

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