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National Association of Institutional Suppliers to picket at Education Ministry March 4

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The association has also outlined its planned picketing activity as a means of drawing attention to these issues and advocating for swift resolution

The National Association of Institutional Suppliers has addressed what it refers as persistent issues affecting the businesses of its members and livelihood.

The association has also outlined its planned picketing activity as a means of drawing attention to these issues and advocating for swift resolution. 

In a statement co-signed by the N.A.I.S National Secretary, Amoah Talhir and the C.M.A.I.S, Emmanuel N.K Ayivor, the association enumerated the issues affecting the businesses of its members including: “Delayed payments and unpaid arrears for 2021/2022 and 2022/2023 academic years, Low price quota, Cancellation of contract with members and Centralisation of awards for PE kits and stationery” at the Ministry of Education.

The association noted that since all efforts made to engage the Ministry, to see to it that these matters are resolved through official channels have proven futile, it is compelled to take further actions to ensure its concerns are heard and addressed.

The association therefore announced it will picket at the Education Ministry, on Monday, 4 March 2024 “to demand for swift resolution” to its plights.

The association is a body who through contractual agreement with the Ghana Education Service (GES) through the various public headmasters and headmistresses to supply the following essentials items to the various public SHS including; School Uniform, House Dress, School Clothes and PE kits and Stationery.

Source: classfmonline.com/Elikem Adiku