Oyo government absorbs 2,000 teachers in post-primary sub-sector
1 The Oyo The state government said it had approved the absorption of two thousand primary school teachers, originally seconded to the Post-Primary Education Services Commission (TESCOM) in the state during the previous administration of the late Governor. Abiola Ajimobi.
2 Pastor Akinade Alamu, President of TESCOM, made this known on Wednesday during the celebration of World Teachers’ Day 2022 in Ibadan.
3 The teachers, who taught in state secondary schools, had petitioned the state government to regularize their appointments as TESCOM teachers or rescind their appointments as primary school teachers under the Council Universal Basic Education in Oyo State (OYOSUBEB).
4 The President of TESCOM said that the permanent integration of teachers into the post-primary sub-sector was another sign of the current administration’s commitment to educational development.
5 He also said that the state government has approved the next round of promotions in the state civil service, adding that the exercise will start after the necessary paperwork.
6 Alamu, however, has denied insinuations that the state government has taken the 33rd position nationally, after the just-concluded West Africa Secondary School Examination.
seven The president advised politicians to refrain from politicizing education in the state, saying education under government. Seyi Makinde has progressed.
8 Also at the event, Rahman Abdu-Raheem, Commissioner for Education, Science and Technology called on teachers in the state to complement the efforts of the state government to improve the education sector. ‘education.
9 Abdu-Raheem said the state government will not rest on its oars to ensure the education sector continues to soar.
ten “It is pertinent to re-emphasize that the state apparatus, ably led by His Excellency, Governor Seyi Makinde, has the determination to transform the education sector,” he said.
12 He said the state government has implemented many activities to realize his lofty ideas for the sector.
13 In his address, the Executive Chairman of the Oyo State Universal Basic Education Council, Dr. Noureni Adeniransaid the board would continue to work toward improving teacher welfare in the state.
14 “To whom we give a lot, we expect a lot; therefore, I ask you to support the determination of the government to bring back the lost glory of the state in education, by ensuring that our children excel, both in internal and external examinations,” he said. declared.
15 Adeniran therefore urged teachers to have a clearer vision of the goal and support the Ministry of Education, TESCOM and OYOSUBEB to ensure that Oyo State remains at the forefront in the education sector.
16 During this time, the Nigeria Union of Teachers, Oyo State Council, recognized nine prominent state figures.
17 According to the President of NUT, Raji Oladimeji, the awards were given after their exemplary leadership, dedication and unwavering support for the welfare of the teachers.
18 Oladimeji praised the state government’s various social welfare programs that have encouraged teachers to reshape society and educate students in the state.
19 While stressing the regular payment of teachers’ salaries and other benefits, he welcomed the free distribution of textbooks and exercise books in all schools.
20 The winners were: Ahmed Raji; the President, OYOSUBEB; Dr. Noureni Adeniran; the head of service, Alhaja Amidat Ololade Agboola; Commissioner for Information, Culture and Tourism, Dr. Wasiu Olatubosun.
21 Others were, the owner, Impact Medas Outfit, Mr. Owolabi Olade; Commissioner for Education, Science and Technology, Abdulrahmon Abdulraheem; the president of the Francis Adelowo Muyiwa Ameye Academic Foundation, Lagos, Francis Adelowo Muyiwa Ameye; TESCOM President, Pastor Akin Alamu and Special Labor Advisor, Bayo Titilayo-Sodo.
22 NewsSourceCredit: NOPE