Edo NUT bemoans dearth of teachers in secondary schools

The Edo wing of the Nigerian Union of Teachers (NUT) on Wednesday bemoaned the dearth of teachers in public secondary schools across the state.

The state Secretary of the Union, Mr Mike Itua, said in an interview with the Newsmen in Benin that the problem would have adverse effect on students’ performance.


Itua said that the state government must urgently recruit more teachers, in order to maintain standard in the schools.

According to him, the situation will degenerate to a state of emergency, if new teachers are not employed before the end of the year, because more teachers would be retiring.

Itua, however, said that in spite of the challenges, Gov. Godwin Obaseki, meant well for the sector as he had pledged to commit 60 per cent of the state budget to education.

The NUT secretary noted that already, the State Universal Basic Education Board had taken steps towards recruiting more personnel into the education sector, while some Federal Government N-power recruits have been posted to teach.

He commended the government for the total revamping and overhauling of infrastructure in the sector, saying “the Adams Oshiomhole Administration started it when our present governor was the Chairman of the state’s economic team.

“Now that he is governor, I tell you without fear of contradiction that he is building on the successes of his predecessor”.

Source:https://www.vanguardngr.com/2017/09/edo-nut-bemoans-dearth-teachers-secondary-schools/

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15 Comments

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    Sunday Abama2 months agoReply

    This is good one

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    Nnakwu Prince2 months agoReply

    The education system should do something about to avoid the liquidation of the school

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    christian nwafor2 months agoReply

    Gov. Hardly pay attention on gov school that is y parent take their wards to private schools

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    Happiness Ugochi2 months agoReply

    The State Universal Basic Education Board had taken steps towards recruiting more personnel into the education sector, while some Federal Government N-power recruits have been posted to teach.

    Good that is what I want to hear.

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    Ojineme Godwin2 months agoReply

    this has been the issue ever since…. edo governor obaseki is trying.. but it should neglect this bemoaning of the NUT… not just build schools.. let there be teachers cox the empty rooms can teach themselves

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    Sunday Oyewole2 months agoReply

    Thanks for d update

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    JEREMIAH EFEKODO2 months agoReply

    thanks for info

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    love Owhor2 months agoReply

    pls education system should try

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    Awurum Clifford2 months agoReply

    That’s sad and painful R I P

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    Samuel Emmanuel2 months agoReply

    That’s so sad to hear

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