Ekiti Releases List Of Successful 600 Teachers (Check Your Name Here)

Ekiti State Government Has Released List Of Successful 600 Teachers.

 

NewsOnline Nigeria reports that Ekiti State Universal Basic Education Board has released the names of 600 newly-recruited primary school teachers.

 

This online news medium understands that the Director of Social Mobilization and Media, Ekiti SUBEB, Ado-Ekiti, Tope Babalola, made this known on Tuesday.

 

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In a statement titled, ‘Ekiti SUBEB releases list of first batch of newly-recruited teachers on state website’.

 

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The statement quoted SUBEB Chairman, Prof. Femi Akinwumi, as saying that “the newly engaged teachers are the first batch to be employed from successful applicants in the recruitment exercise and documentation process carried out by SUBEB recently”.

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Akinwumi advised applicants to check the list by logging on to the Ekiti State Website.

He said the 600 successful applicants, as well as the already notified 100 newly-recruited teachers under the Federal Teachers Scheme, would undergo a four-day induction training workshop from the Monday, January 18, 2021.

Akinwumi added that the venues for the induction training and other relevant information would be made available to the successful candidates in due course.

 

Stressing that the recruitment exercise was devoid of political, religious, ethnic or gender bias, he said that the exercise was “strictly based on merit”.

Akinwumi, however, charged the newly recruited teachers to see their employment as “a call to duty”, stressing that they should “judiciously utilise the opportunity given to them by being diligent, loyal and dedicated to their duties”.

 

The SUBEB boss also assured that the exercise was continuous as “more successful applicants would still be employed in due course”.