PLATEAU GOVERNMENT OFFERS PERMANENT APPOINTMENTS TO ALL N-POWER TEACHERS

The Plateau government has offered permanent appointments to 4,850 ad hoc teachers engaged in 2016, Prof Mathew Sule, Executive Chairman, State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB), has confirmed. Sule told the News Agency of Nigeria on Wednesday in Jos that their appointments would take effect from September 1. “The conversion of their appointments to permanent status is part of Gov. Simon Lalong’s efforts to improve the standard of education and make teachers more productive,” Sule explained. He advised the teachers to reciprocate the kind gesture through effective service delivery, urging…

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NPOWER VOLUNTEERS WRITE BUHARI, SAYS “WE WANT PERMANENT EMPLOYMENT, NO TEMPORARY EMPOWERMENT”

We write to express our displeasure and disappointment to the stance of the Federal Government of Nigeria towards our demands for better permanent and pensionable offers, most especially with reference to the repetitive insistence of the SSA to the president on job creation and one of the major stakeholders of the Npower Initiative Scheme, Mr Afolabi Imoukhuede, that we should quit demanding for permanency. On many occasions, Mr Afolabi Imoukhuede has maintained that the scheme was tailored to run only for two years, and it was only meant to be…

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FCT N-Power Graduates 106 Trainees

By Anthony Otaru, AbujaThe Federal Capital Territory [FCT ] administration has graduated a total of 106 trainees that participated in its three months first foundation apprenticeship N- Power build programme.The N-Power Build programme is a National Social Investment Scheme designed to address opportunities for young and unemployed Nigerians to earn a living through the acquisition of entrepreneur and leadership skills suitable for employment in a knowledge- driven economy.The three months programme was coordinated by the Department of Science and Technology together with the Government Science technical College, Garki which also…

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