Anambra SUBEB chair urges states, FG not to hand-off teachers’ salary
The chairman of Anambra State Universal Basic Education (ASUBEB), Chief Patrick Ugbaja, has urged the federal and state governments not to hand-off the payment of teachers' salary across the country in the name of local government autonomy.
According to him, the state government saw primary education as an important agent of development, hence prompt payment of salaries as at when due.
According to him, as part of efforts to strengthen the primary education system in the state, government had in the last eight years employed over 3000 teachers to strengthen the primary education sector.Read more: Daily Trust
Why do people behave as if they never pass through teachers?
Ex-SUBEB Chairman Arraigned Over Alleged N140.9m Illegal TransferEx-SUBEB Chairman Arraigned Over Alleged N140.9m Illegal Transfer.
Former SUBEB Chairman Indicted In N140m Fraud | Sahara Reporters“The court also heard that the accused had in 2005 allegedly transferred the sum of N24,477,918.98 from the personnel account to the overhead account of the board, thereby contravening Section 22(5) of the Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offenses Act, 2000.” And this is supposed to be government school? Abi? This country is really funny. 21st century public school in my country! Who did this to 🇳🇬 😥 Upon all they have stolen from this country.
Former SUBEB chairman arraigned on N140m fraud
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