Kwara SUBEB recruits 1,000 teachers to improve quality education
The Kwara State Universal Basic Education Board had over the week released the names of successful 1,000 candidates in the teachers’ recruitment exercise, as part of the government efforts to address shortage of teachers in the state.
The Executive Chairman, State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB), Alhaji Abdulkareem Lambe, disclosed this while fielding questions in Ilorin. Lambe said the state government had deem it fit to increase the current strength of the teachers in the state to enhance capacity and to provide quality education.
The Chairman noted that the appointment was based on merit as he said the strength and quality of teachers in public primary and junior secondary schools had been a major concern to the government.
“Governor Abdulfatah Ahmed’s administration will not relent in the area of human capital development and wealth creation, to develop the state more than its current share for the people and the generations to come.
“As part of efforts to address the situation, Governor Ahmed, knowing fully well that, apart from creating employment opportunities, educational development can also be achieved if more qualified hands are fused into the system,” Lambe said.
The Chairman however, advised the successful and exciting candidates who have turned the SUBEB office Ilorin to Mecca of sort, to be hardworking and live up to expectations, as to justify the confidence reposed in them.