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09-16-13 DBA CLOTTEY - UGANDA - TEACHERS STRIKE


THE GENERAL-SECRETARY OF UGANDA’S NATIONAL TEACHERS UNION SAYS MEMBERS WILL BEGIN A NATIONWIDE STRIKE TODAY (MONDAY) TO PRESS HOME THEIR DEMANDS FOR A 20 PERCENT PAY INCREASE AND BETTER WORKING CONDITIONS. A PRIMARY TEACHER IN UGANDA EARNS ABOUT $120 PER MONTH, WHILE A SECONDARY TEACHER MAKES ABOUT $200. UNION LEADER JAMES TWEHEYO TELLS REPORTER PETER CLOTTEY THAT PUBLIC SCHOOL TEACHERS WILL NOT RETURN TO THEIR CLASSROOMS UNTIL THEIR DEMANDS ARE MET,

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