NAGRAT threatens Special Prosecutor over frozen salaries

The National Association of Graduate Teachers (NAGRAT) has given the Office of the Special Prosecutor (OSP) a two-day ultimatum, demanding the release of salaries for certain teachers by Friday, or else they will take action.

NAGRAT claims that the OSP has withheld the salaries of over 400 teachers. The Office has stated that they are investigating the presence of ghost names on the government’s payroll. However, NAGRAT President, Angel Karbonu, argues that this justification is insufficient for withholding their salaries.

“When you’re auditing somebody, until the audit is completed and you have conclusively arrived indicating that A, B and C are not qualified to earn a salary, you don’t go ahead to inflict purgery.”

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In an interview on NewsNite on Wednesday, Karbonu warned that if the OSP does not release the salaries by Friday, February 16, 2024, NAGRAT will be compelled to pursue alternative measures.

“He [Special Prosecutor] has not finished prosecuting people who have been given bribes in elections and things like that, it is not poor teachers that he is coming to zero in on. If he does not defreeze the salaries by Friday, he will have to be blamed for whatever happens after Friday” Mr. Karbonu warned.

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