Let teachers get loans


WE teachers rely heavily on loans especially during festive season and at the beginning of a new academic year.
We celebrate Christmas with our families back home through extra assistance taken from financial institutions. This is the beginning of the new academic year and most of us teachers will rely heavily on loans to fund our children’s tuition fees in colleagues and universities.
The doors to extra financial assistance were closed since August last year.
Furthermore, we do not understand that there are some investigations going on regarding issues like pay cuts, and dual or triple file bearers.
These minorities could be handpicked by the system to deal with, rather than manipulating the majority’s wellbeing and interests.
Our request is for the uplifting of the circular instruction to stop teachers from getting loans so we could have access to loans.
We are underpaid public servants.

Yal Tisa