Some aggrieved teachers in the Tamale metropolis have impressed upon government to forcefully evict retired occupants residing in government bungalows.
According to them, some retired government workers are refusing to vacate bungalows allocated to them.
The Spokesperson for the aggrieved teachers, Mahamudu Issahak told Citi News
, the situation has deepened the accommodation problems of teachers transferred to the Tamale Metropolis.
He said: “The problem here is that we have some sitting tenants in government bungalows all on the education ridge comprising Tamasco, Tamale Polytechnic, Batco, Tatco and the regional and metro education offices.”
Issahak further explained that “some of these officers have gone on retirement for the past five years and they are still occupying them with it in mind that government is going to sell the bungalows to them and for the past two years the Regional Director of Education, Madam Elizabeth Desousa sent them to court and she is battling it out with them in court.”
By: Abdul Karim Naatogmah/Citifmonline.com/Ghana