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Rivers LG boss commits to state policy of rural education

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Rivers LG boss commits to state policy of rural education

Erastus Awortu, President of the Andoni Local Government Area in Rivers

We will continue to collaborate with the Ministry and I hope that very soon our schools will be on par with the public schools in the city centers, especially in terms of manpower.

Ikuru Lizzy Mr. Erastus Awortu, president of the Andoni Local Government Area in Rivers, promised to support the development of Governor Nyesom Wike’s educational policy in rural schools. from the area and winner of the 2021 Essay Contest of the Ministry of Information and Communication of the state of Rivers. Oyibo at the council, while urging her to continue as a good ambassador, noted that the gesture was a deliberate attempt to further stimulate students and youth in the area towards positive virtues. On the challenge of the teacher shortage in some schools in rural communities. , the president said he would ensure a peaceful and conducive environment for public workers and teachers deployed to the areas. “Shortage of teaching staff in some schools in Andoni are a great challenge that the area has faced; This is largely due to insecurity. “We had insecurity issues in the past that caused some teachers to decline their assignment to Andoni Communities, but I think we are gradually getting over that and we hope to see all of our teachers respond to their official posts,” he said. The head of the council said that the council would collaborate with the state Ministry of Education for an adequate follow-up of the outstanding teachers in the area to control laxity. ” Considering the challenge caused by social conveniences in rural communities, some teachers tend to reject “In keeping with the educational policy momentum of the administration led by Governor Nyesom Wike, the current Education Commissioner, Mr. Kaniye Ebeku, is monitoring to ensure that announcements, especially in rural schools, are being properly enforced. ” We will continue to collaborate with the Ministry and I hope that very soon our schools will be on par with public schools in city centers, especially in terms of manp In response, Oyibo thanked the council and group for a warm reception and also thanked the Ministry of Information for the opportunity to show their potentials. She promised to take advantage of the opportunities available to her as she aspires to greater heights. .

Source: NAN

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