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Release frozen salaries by Friday or face our wrath – NAGRAT threatens Special Prosecutor

February 15, 2024
Release frozen salaries by Friday or face our wrath – NAGRAT threatens Special Prosecutor
Angel Carbonu

The National Association of Graduate (NAGRAT) has issued a stern two-day ultimatum to the (), demanding the immediate release of salaries for over 400 teachers. Failure to comply by Friday, the association warns, will result in severe consequences.

NAGRAT alleges that the OSP has unjustly withheld the salaries of these teachers under the guise of investigating ghost names on the government's payroll. However, Angel Karbonu, President of NAGRAT, argues that such actions are unwarranted until conclusive evidence of wrongdoing is established.

Karbonu emphasized that the OSP's ongoing audit should not result in punitive measures against innocent teachers before its completion. He asserted, “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 perjury.”

In a warning issued on NewsNite, Karbonu made it clear that if the OSP fails to release the withheld salaries by Friday, February 16, 2024, NAGRAT will escalate its response. He criticized the OSP for allegedly prioritizing the investigation of teachers over more pressing matters, such as prosecuting individuals involved in election-related bribery.

Karbonu concluded by placing the responsibility for any repercussions resulting from the salary freeze squarely on the shoulders of the Special Prosecutor. He asserted, “If he does not defreeze the salaries by Friday, he will have to be blamed for whatever happens after Friday.”

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