The Cross River Universal Basic Education Board says it has recruited 2,220 teachers and securitymen into primary schools in the state.
The Chairman, Association of Local Governments of Nigeria, Kwara State chapter, Joshua Omokanye, disclosed this while briefing journalists on the outcome of the Joint Account Allocation Committee meeting held in Ilorin on Tuesday.
Zakari disclosed this on Thursday in Kirikasamma Local Government Areaa at the opening of a one-day induction training for teachers under the N-power initiative.
A breakdown of the budget as issued by the state’s Planning and Budget Commission in Kaduna on Tuesday shows that construction and rehabilitation of classrooms and other facilities got the largest share of N4.5 billion, representing 76 per…
Dr Hamid Bobboyi, the Executive Secretary of the Commission, gave the commendation during a visit of the management of the commission to Lagos SUBEB in Maryland, Lagos.
The SUBEB Chairman, Alhaji Abdulkareem Lambe, in a statement released on Monday in Ilorin, said the ongoing recruitment was driven by established need and will be based on merit rather than political patronage.
Danchadi told the News Agency of Nigeria on Monday in Sokoto that the money was under the 2016 and 2017 matching grants from the Universal Basic Education Commission.
According to a statement from the Senior Special Assistant on Media and Communication, Dr Muyideen Akorede, on Wednesday, the approved was as a result of separate requests by the State Universal Basic Education Board and the Kwara State…
Prof Mathew Sule, the Executive Chairman of the board, gave the indication when he visited some schools on Monday in Jos to monitor compliance on resumption.
The governor made this known while meeting with councillors from across the 16 local government areas of the state at the Government House in Ilorin on Wednesday.
Sule told the News Agency of Nigeria on Thursday in Jos that the summer lessons were been done at the Internally Displaced Persons camps in the state.
The Chairman of the board, Suleiman Abdullahi, made the disclosure in Lokoja on Wednesday when he paid an unscheduled visit to the school.
The list, pasted at the board’s headquarters in Kaduna on Saturday evening, indicated that oral interview would start on January 24, at the Local Government Education Authority offices in the 23 local government areas of the state.
It described Fayose's action as a failed desperation that “cannot stand the test of judicial scrutiny in both form and content”.
Ola stated that the N852 million was UBEC's fund for the state in 2012 and instead of the state government to use it for the development of basic education, the Fayemi administration used the money for something else.