Private school teachers on strike in Togo
In Togo, teachers of private schools run by churches have begun a one week strike, complaining of lack of equal treatment.
The teachers, who had launched a strike notice since January 25, are demanding that they be given the same treatment as their counterparts of in public schools.
They say the strike will be extended, if their demand is not met by this Friday.
WADR’s Lome Reporter Yves Dossou has been trying to find out what really is the equal treatment they are talking about.
He speaks with Visékou Sénouvo, spokesman for the confessional teachers of Togo.
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