By Ridwan AREMU
A civil society organization in Kwara state, has urged Kwara state Governor, Mallam Abdulrasaq Abdulramon to expedite actions on the payment of newly recruited Subeb and Tescom Teachers by the State.
In a statement issued by the group’s Chairman, Mallam Orewaju Abdulrasaq at the end of its bimonthly conference, said the state government had completed the Recruitment of 4701 teachers into the state’s SUBEB and tescom since three months and had since posted each category to Public schools, but the newly recruited teachers haven’t been paid any salary since their enlistment into the state’s payroll. He added that, this development doesn’t conform with civil service Commission rules.
Mallam Orewaju, said, ” the newly recruited staff are already drained of money and also they will be less in morale if they are not paid before the Salah Festival.”
He suggested that, if this continue the newly recruited staff will be retard in the teaching activities.
It would be recalled that, Kwara state government announced the completion of teachers Recruitment exercise into the state’s Subeb and Tescom, last month and had since been posted to state’s public Primary and Secondary schools.
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