A presidential candidate in the Monrovia Consolidated School System Teachers Association (MCSS-TA) Rev. Andrews S. Fayiah says when elected president of MCSS-TA, he would revisit an agreement reportedly entered into with GN Bank to address some other issues.
He made the statement recently in Sinkor when he spoke with reporters following his campaign visit at the premises of the William V. S. Tubman High School on 12th Street.
He asserts that when elected president of the MCSS-TA, he would ensure that he revisits the agreement entered into between the MCSS-TA and GN Bank to ascertain why teachers face challenges at the bank when they go for their salaries.
Teachers of the MCSS-TA were expected to go to the polls recently, but the elections were postponed due to confusion over the credibility of the teachers’ voter roll that some of the candidates say is allegedly entrenched with unqualified voters.
The initial election was resisted by some of the contenders.
Lot of the registered voters failed to show-up to vote due to alleged irregularities.
When contacted, a teller at the bank who did not want to be named, said her bosses were not around, as she dismissed claim by Rev. Fayiah on teachers’ alleged challenges in getting their salaries at the bank.By Emmanuel Mondaye—Edited by Winston W. Parley