May 18, 2024

Makinde set to recruit 7,000 teachers in Oyo

Makinde set to recruit 7,000 teachers in Oyo

Gov Makinde

Governor Seyi Makinde led administration in Oyo has said it was set to recruit 7,000 teachers into public primary schools.

This was disclosed by the Executive Chairman, Oyo State Universal Basic Education Board, OYOSUBEB, Dr. Nureni Aderemi Adeniran, during a press briefing in Ibadan on Friday. The state government also said One hundred (100) caregivers would be employed in the special needs sub-sector in the State.
Speaking during the briefing, Dr Adeniran said efforts were ongoing before now to recruit the teachers, in fulfilment of Governor Seyi Makinde’s promise.
“In fulfilment of his electoral promise and the yearnings of the people of Oyo State, occasioned by the gap of teachers in our public primary schools, Governor Seyi Makinde has approved the recruitment of 7,000 teachers in our public primary schools. In addition, he also approved the recruitment of 100 care givers in our special schools”, he said.
Adeniran said the recruitment needed to be brought to the public domain, to avoid misleading information by scammers.
He appealed to intending applicants not to fall victim of fraudulent people, and be wary of scammers. Dr. Adeniran stressed that the Board had not appointed anyone to be an agent to the Board, adding that the Board just started preliminary work on the recruitment process. 
“The stages to follow to have a free, fair, credible exercise will emanate from this Board, signed by me”, Adeniran said.

He advised applicants not to hesitate to come to the Board to make enquiries and not rely on third-party information.
“No Staff member has been empowered to collect money from applicants. We thank the governor for living up to his words. He fulfilled his promise and may God give him divine wisdom to navigate the affairs of the State”, he said, noting that at the next stage, the Board would announce when applicants could apply. He added that the Board was working with other relevant agencies for a seamless exercise and would also comply strictly with the Governor’s directive to conduct an exercise, based on merit.

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