Lagos State To Begin Recruitment Of 2,200 Teachers Today

Lagos State government has revealed that it would recruit over two thousand teachers into primary as secondary schools in the state beginning from today.

The announcement which was made on Wednesday, August 29, stated that the recruited teachers would be posted to government-owned primary and secondary schools across the 20 local government areas of the state.

“Lagos State Government is set to recruit 1,000 Teachers for Primary and 1,200 for Secondary Schools, visit from 12 a, Friday, 31st August, to 12 Midnight, Thursday, September 6, 2018,” Lagos government tweeted.

The state governor Akinwunmi Ambode had earlier announced the approval of recruiting the teachers at the last quarterly Town Hall meeting at Ibeju Lekki area of the State.
Ambode had promised that his administration would employ more teachers into public schools to meet up with the manpower required to cover all public schools in the State.

Also at the meeting, the Deputy Governor Idiat Adebule development stated that the recruitment will aid teaching and learning in the public schools.

She added that government-owned schools has been attracting more enrollment in the last three years as a result of the improved infrastructure and welfare of teaching and non-teaching staff.

The message requested interested persons to apply at the employment portal of the State government’s website.

The Nation

 

 

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Chinenye Nwabueze

Nwabueze is a communication researcher with several years of lecturing experience in Nigerian universities.

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  1. Chukwuanu Ekpereamaka Peace

    Kudos to the Lagos State Government. Others States should emulate this naa.

  2. Wow… Gov Ambode is really working… Kudos to him

  3. obidigbo ifeoma Christabel

    This is really good, at least it will create employment in the state.

  4. I love that…. kudos to Lagos state government

  5. Obiechina Ifunanya Vivian

    Wow! That’s impressive you know?

  6. Obiechina Ifunanya Vivian

    Wow! That’s interesting to know.

  7. Obiechina Ifunanya Vivian

    Wow! That’s interesting.

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