Tuesday, March 6, 2018

If FG Decided To Permanent The Graduate NPower Volunteers An Deployed You To Liberia Would You Take The Offer (Liberia Needs 6000 Nigeria Teachers)

Liberian President George Weah seeks Nigeria’s help. Weah stated this on Monday after a closed door meeting with President Muhammadu Buhari at the Presidential Villa, Abuja when he visited Nigeria.

He noted that Nigeria had been playing major roles in sustaining peace and stability in Liberia as well as providing it with quality manpower training and technical assistances.

The urgent problem of youth unemployment, and the need to revive the nation's education, agriculture, mining and health sectors.

He said: "Your sustained technical assistance for capacity building in these sectors is most welcome.

"For example, Nigerian teachers and medical volunteers to Liberia, under the Technical Assistance Corps TAC) Agreement with Liberia, have been very crucial in boosting capacity development in Liberia.

"It is my hope that this assistance can be considerably increased to address with urgency our most pressing socio-economic needs at this time."

Weah, therefore, sought the assistance of Nigeria to address the deficit of over 6,000 teachers.

He said this deficit could be tackled under the Bilateral Teacher Exchange programme so as to make up for the shortage of good teachers in Liberian educational system.

Now that Npower volunteers are calling for permanency, this is an opportunity to recruit some of them that are willing to relocate to Liberia to teach. My opinion though! The question is would you take a permanent job offer to go teach in Liberia if offered the opportunity as an Npower Volunteer?

29 comments:

  1. chighlagh gideonMarch 8, 2018 at 9:02 AM

    Enter your comment...I will accept the offer, as a sacrifice to ds nation

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    1. I strongly agreed the offer, a means of contributing my quota to nation development.

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  2. Yes i would go, if the pay is good and if the place is comfortable.

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  3. Yes insha Allah I will go if d place is save,peaceful n comfortable with huge amount of euro,dollar,pounds n naira including my wife n children, no wahala!!!

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  4. I will accept it with two hands.

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  5. Yes, I will go, if there is an arrangement for the family too in other not to live my Husband and Children behind

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  6. Yes I will accept the offer with all my heart

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  7. That's an opportunity to contribute to the development of our neighbour. It's a good offer

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  8. I will accept the offer with a good heart. It is an opportunity to contribute to the development of the nation

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  9. Yes,I will go without looking back,in as much as I can go with my family

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  10. I am already to go because Liberia is still part of West AFRICA. I have my international passport. However, I want to serve my country, Nigeria

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  11. Yes,l will. My concern is to see my fellow human develop intellectually.

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  12. Yes I will love to go and to make Nigeria proud.

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  13. I will go if there is provision for husband and children

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  14. I will certainly go because I want to impact the knowledge I have but I wouldn't want to go without my family.

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