Nasarawa to Sack 1251 Teachers Without Teaching Qualifications

The Nasarawa State Government has announced its plan to sack 1,251 teachers without teaching qualifications. 

Nasarawa to Sack 1251 Teachers

About 1251 teachers without the requisite teaching qualification are to be sacked in Nasarawa state just as a seven-man disengagement committee has been inaugurated to carry out the exercise.

Executive Chairman, Nasarawa State Universal Basic Education Board (NSUBEB) Muhammad Musa Dan’azimi stated this at the weekend in Lafia while inaugurating a seven-man implementation committee to disengage all teachers without requisite teaching qualifications.

Inaugurating the committee Friday in Lafia, the board executive chairman who was represented by the secretary of the board Hajia Hashiya Ahmed stresses that the committee has been given the mandate to take every necessary step to ensure that, the affected teachers are registered with National Teachers Institute (NTI) and Collage of Education Akwanga to obtain requisite teaching qualification.

According to a press release signed by the public relations officer of the board, Gana Lawal Ahmed quoted the secretary as explaining further that there are about 1251 teachers without requisite teaching qualification still teaching in our primary schools across the state.

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