Government to Employ 1,736 Teachers

The Executive chairman of State Universal Education Board (SUBEB) in Jigawa, Alhaji Salisu Zakar, has that the state government is to employ 1,736 teachers, to address the shortage of teachers in its primary and junior secondary schools in the state.

The chairman told Newsmen that out of the 1,736, the state government had already recruited 868 adding that the shortfall would be recruited; pointing out that written test had been conducted for those who applied for the vacant teaching jobs.

“Any time from now, the result of those who are successful will be released,” he said.

Alhaji Salisu Zakar said that the state government was in the forefront of paying the counterpart funds in its arrangements with the board, which has made it easy for the agency to access funds for its projects in schools, to keep them afloat, pointing out that, “we don’t have shortage of classrooms, instructional materials, vehicles to go for monitoring and supervision in our schools,” he said.

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