The strike by teachers in the country’s training colleges has disrupted exams in some of the campuses.
The teachers began the strike on November 2 to demand payment of arrears and improvement in conditions of service. There are fears that the colleges will shut down if there is no academic work for three consecutive weeks.
Teacher trainees who have been affected by the strike have given government up to today to get the teachers back into the classroom or face their wrath.
General Secretary of the Trainee teachers, Nicholas Kelvin Agboni said the situation is affecting them and government must intervene as soon as possible.
“According to the calendar arrangements, examination is supposed to start since last week and until now we have not received teachers to supervise us and the situation is affecting us negatively. Government should quickly intervene to resolve the issues so that the Teachers can come back to the classrooms.”