Monday, August 10, 2020

Osun State Govt Beg Exited Npower Teachers To Return To Schools

On today's latest N-power news: We stated a few days ago in an article titled: School Reopening - Npower Volunteers Will Be Missed. The signal of what we said is now showing.

The Management should have concluded batch C recruitment before exiting the batch A and B Volunteers. The School will feel the pain of resuming without Npower volunteers

Osun State Government on Monday pleaded with former N-Power teachers handling Senior Secondary School Three classes before they were exited from the scheme, to return to schools for revision classes.

This was contained in a public service announcement signed by the Senior Special Assistant to the Governor on Special Intervention Programmes, Lukman Bello, on Monday.

The State's Commissioner for Education, Mr. Folorunsho Bamisayemi, in the announcement, urged the volunteers to sacrifice for the future of the students that are preparing for the West African Senior School Certificate Examination.

The announcement read in part, "Sequel to an appeal to all N-Power teachers who were directly teaching SS3 classes in Osun Public High Schools by the Commissioner for Education, Hon. Folorunsho Bamisayemi, to go back for the revision classes currently going on to prepare our students for the examination commencing on the 17th of August, 2020.

"I want to passionately appeal to the affected Ex N -Power Volunteers in both Batch A and Bath B to please honor Osun Government. No sacrifice is too much for the future of our students."

4 comments:

  1. Osun state government should in turn pity the exited Npower with permanent teaching job.no amount of employment is to much to offer.

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  2. Why begging when you have all it takes to command them. Make them happy by permanent them

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  3. When they were discharging their primary assignments how much does the Osun state govt. contributes to their wealth fares? Why not advised the Fed. Govt that time to halt the exit order?

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