Education: Gov. Oyebanji approves recruitment of Primary School Teachers.


Oluwasegun Aina, In Ado-Ekiti 


Ekiti State Governor, Mr. Biodun Oyebanji has approved the recruitment of teachers to fill some of the existing vacancies in public primary schools in the state.

According to a statement from the Office of the Executive Chairman of
Ekiti SUBEB, Prof Femi Akinwumi in Ado-Ekiti, the approval was to
further strengthen teaching and learning activities in the basic
education sector in the State.

The statement explained that Government was already working out
modalities for the commencement of the recruitment exercise, stressing
that proper laid down procedure including advertising on the state
website and in reputable media organizations would be duly followed
for the recruitment exercise.

It however warned the public, particularly prospective applicants, to
be wary of internet fraudsters parading their websites and blogs as
recruitment platforms for the Board’s 2022 and 2023 recruitment

“Ekiti SUBEB will soon recruit suitably qualified teachers for our
public primary schools and procedures for the recruitment are already
being put in place. As soon as this is completed, we will formally
inform the public through the Ekiti State and through reputable media outlets ”

“Applicants should however beware of internet recruitment fraudsters
who might try to paint their websites and blogs as recruitment
platforms for the Board’s recruitment exercise. Application forms for
the exercise would never be downloaded on the social media”, the
statement warned.
It will be recalled that that the Board in 2021 recruited 600 primary school teachers .

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