African Council schools dismiss 20 teachers over strike
The African Council for Private Education schools dismissed 20 male and female teachers after they went on strike over salary demands.
AlTaghyeer : Elfadil Ibrahim
The Islamic Dawa Organization, owner of the African Council schools, handed the striking teachers letters terminating their service.
The African Council for Private Education schools are affiliated with the Islamic Dawa Organization, which was confiscated by the Empowerment Removal Committee before the organization regained it by a judicial decision after the October 25th coup in Sudan.
Sources told AlTaghyeer the teachers’ strike was greatly successful in a number of council schools in the states, especially the Red Sea states and schools in both Gezira and Kassala states.
The sources revealed that a strike carried out in the Al-Zubayr bin Al-Awam school was 100% successful.
In the Juwayriya school, 4 striking teachers all received letters of termination, and similarly in Dhat al-Nataqain school, 5 teachers had their service terminated.
AlTaghyeer managed to obtain a list of all teachers whose service was terminated due to the strike, and they are:
1- Ruwaida Ahmed Abdullah
2- Nusaiba Abdullah Muhammad Saeed
3- Amani Mohamed Ibrahim
4- Khadija Suleiman Muhammad Othman
5- Umnia Awad Jar al-Nabi
6- Al-Shifa Saleh Muhammad Ali
7- Nizar Awad Al-Sayed Muhammad Hamed
8- Howaida Hassan Hajj Abdullah
9- Aladdin Saleh Juma
10- Amani Muhammad Al-Hassan Nour Al-Dayem
11- Nima Bakhit Abdul Hadi
12- Hanan Hassan Sheikh Idris
13-Zahra Muhammad Ibrahim
14- Abdullah Muhammad Othman
15- Muhammad Mustafa Fadl
16-Mohamed Mahmoud Adam
17- Othman Abdel Wahab Shakak
18- Mohamed Awad Abdel Makram
19- Ali Muhammad Ali Musa Al-Qadi
20- Zaki Mostafa Bahiri