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World Teachers' Day: Foundation hails Nigerian teachers despite challenges

Teachers Day: Celebrating in an unusual circumstance and mood

By Adesina Wahab October 5 is dedicated to celebrating teachers for their contributions to the development of the society globally. The celebration of the day started in 1994 following the adoption of the 1966 recommendations of the International Labour Organisation, ILO/ United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation, UNESCO, report on the Status of Teachers. Therefore,
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World Teachers’ Day: Buhari raises service year from 35 to 40, retirement age 60 to 65

 *approves special salary scale for teachers *Reintroduces bursary award to education students in varsities, COEs By Joseph Erunke PRESIDENT Muhammadu Buhari has approved a special salary scale and new retirement age for teachers. The president’s gesture, which was announced Monday, by the Minister of Education, Mallam Adamu Adamu, was in commemoration of the World Teachers
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Gbajabiamila calls for improved welfare package for Nigerian teachers

The Speaker of the House of Representatives Rt. Hon. Femi Gbajabiamila has called for an improved welfare package for the Nigerian teachers as they join millions of their colleagues globally to mark this year’s World Teachers’ Day. Speaker Gbajabiamila said with the tremendous task of teaching future leaders, Nigerian teachers deserve the best from governments
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WORLD TEACHERS DAY: 1000 professionals recommends teachers Awards

The Chief Executive, Custodian Mind Smith and Convener of the Legacy Awards, Mr. Dingba Peter has said that the planned Legacy Awards which is  holding on World Teachers’ Day in October is aimed at  connecting  1000 professionals from different fields with their teachers who had made profound impact in their individual lives,  to show appreciation and reward  teachers

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2017 Teachers’ Day: MSSN asks FG to institute Teachers’ Special Allowance

The Muslim Students’ Society of Nigeria, MSSN, Lagos State Area Unit has felicitated with teachers nationwide on the occasion of the 2017 Teachers’ Day, while commending their contributions to nation building. The Amir, MSSN Lagos, Dr. Saheed Ashafa, in a statement issued in Lagos, said teachers are worth celebrating going by the  successes they have recorded over the years.

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