Is Govt mean or just being wicked?
It is earth shaking when particularly a set of people in the social arena, who should be prioritized each time issues of development are discussed, are disproved and neglected.
It is regretfully a germ and looks very bad and upset to see number of professional teachers march the streets of Freetown in disapproval of a poor pay package augmentation thus sending out threats of ‘no school’ for all in the near future.
Readers will agree with me that the teaching profession, dissimilar to other state occupations, is most important in terms of development and must be prioritized.
It should, because respective institutional heads have referred to them as Ambassadors of nations.
It is shameful and reckless of any government to neglectfully allow teachers perambulate the streets in disgruntlement, to complain of the bad condition of salary and service.
To this, I unavoidably say: “give the teachers their dues.”
Of course, it is no doubt that the refusal of government in giving the teachers what is due them is indeed an act of ungodliness and ungratefulness.
It is a fact that those who steer the ship of state at present have themselves gone through teachers mentoring.
Teachers are the makers of society’s ‘future leaders’ just as those currently occupying state and public offices. Give them what due them and allow them teach our kids.
By Mary .I. Kamara
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