Western regional teacher unions has called on Western regional director of education Mrs Felicia Agyiebea Okine to as a matter of urgency suspend on going transfer within the region dubbed by the teachers as tsunami

Western regional education directorate has embarked on a massive transfer exercise to some teachers who has spent over three decades in a particular school to be able to enhance effective education and improved academic performance a situation the teachers has expressed worry about

Speaking during a press conference at Takoradi Western regional chairman of nagrat Mr Justin Nelson described the move as wrong since most of the teachers were not given prior notice before they were transferred without any transfer allowance thereby creating a lot of challenges for them

They are therefore calling on Ghana education service,western regional coordinating council and all stakeholders to as a matter of urgency comes to thier aid since the situation will go along way to affect teachers and the union will in no time advised themselves

Western regional chairman of coalition of concern teacher’s association Mr Daniel Agbo also stressed that the teachers are not against transfer as it is enshrine in labour laws of the country but the timing is wrong and is going to affect academic performance of the teachers since most of them are not prepared for any transfer

Our reporter Nana Fynn followed the issue up to the regional education directorate and spoke to Mrs Felicia Agyiebea Okine Western regional director of education who said the directorate has done nothing wrong and is inline with education rules and regulations because some of the teachers has spent thirty years or more in one schools and were transferred within the same locality without violating any laws.

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