-By Daniel Njienue, August 30, 2019, news/comments
ASABA-The Delta State Commissioner for Basic and Secondary Education, Ogbueshi Patrick Ukah, has reiterated that the recruitment of 1000 teachers into the Post Primary Education Board (PPEB), was to fill in the vacuum in the number of teachers in public schools in the state.
This was made known through the office of the Public Relations Officer (PRO) of the ministry, Mr. Mr Oghenero Orovwuje on Friday in Asaba. Meanwhile, Ukah had noted while on his visit to the screening venue of all successive candidates that Governor. Ifeanyi Okowa is committed in giving quality education and also ensure that the education sector maintains a high standard in all public schools in the state.
The commissioner therefore seriously warms, that Okowa’s government would not tolerate indiscipline because it is believed that the best hands were recruited, describing the recruitment process as transparent, and further noted that no one should lobby for juicy posting.
“The rule of engagement stated that you would be posted to rural areas for a minimum of 5 years before next posting” Ukah however, stated that training would be provided while the teachers should demonstrate high level of proficiency while performing their legitimate duty.
Meanwhile, the teachers are expected to teach Mathematics, Further Mathematics, English Language, Computer Science,, Basic Science, Biology, Chemistry, Agricultural Science, Basic Technology and Physics.
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