Zamfara set to hire 2,000 teachers

by John Ojewale
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The Zamfara State Government says it plans to hire 2,000 teachers for English Language and Science topics in the state.

Wadatau Madawaki, the state Commissioner for Science and Technology, stated this in Gusau, the state capital, on Tuesday.

According to the News Agency of Nigeria, the commissioner addressed a stakeholders’ gathering in the state about the ‘Adolescent Girls Initiative for Learning and Empowerment (AGILE) Project’.

According to NAN, AGILE is a World Bank-assisted project implemented by the Federal Ministry of school to improve secondary school possibilities for adolescent males and girls aged 10 to 20.

The commissioner, represented by the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry, Barira Ibrahim, stated that teacher recruitment continues to be a priority for the state’s current administration.

Madawaki stated that the move to recruit more instructors was part of the state’s commitment to improving its teaching and learning processes.

He said:

“Right from the inception of Governor Dauda Lawal’s administration, education has been accorded special priority towards reviving the sector.

“Very soon, we are going to embark on recruitment of 2,000 teachers across the state to bridge the gap in shortage of English language and Science subjects teachers in our schools.

“We believe the project will bring positive changes to the future of adolescent boys and girls as well as the future education of our dear state.”






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