Ogun Okays Employment of 3,000 New Teachers
Ogun Okays Employment of 3,000 New Teachers

Ogun Okays Employment of 3,000 New Teachers

Ogun Okays Employment of 3,000 New Teachers

Ogun State Government has approved the immediate employment of 1,000 intern teachers under its Ogun Teaching Experience (Ogun teach) programme.

It also approved the employment of 2,000 new Ogun teach intern applicants to join the existing 2,000 teachers under the programme to reduce the workload of teachers in basic education sector.

Governor Dapo Abiodun gave this indication on Thursday, during a programme to mark the 2023 World Teacher’s Day held at the Obas Complex, Oke Mosan, Abeokuta, the Ogun State capital.

He said the remaining 1,000 out of the existing Ogun teach teachers, would be given permanent job later in batches.

The Governor also said his administration would soon launch the Ogun State Education trust fund to enhance the further development of the state’s basic education sector.

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Highlights of the occasion was the presentation of keys of 2-bedroom bungalows to Mr. Akeem Badru, the first African winner of the Cambridge dedicated teacher’s award and the best overall teacher in public primary school from Egba Division, Mr.Togbe Ganiyu.

Others were cash prizes of N2 million to Mr. Amosun Temitope Olaoluwa as best teacher in junior secondary school from Remo, N2 million for Mr. Ganiyu Wasiu, as best teacher, senior secondary school category from Egba Division.

Ajayi Abosede emerged the best primary school administrator from Egba Division with a cash prize of N1 million, Samza Omolara from Ijebu division emerged the best school administrator in junior secondary school, while Kusimo Oluseyi was adjudged the best administrator in senior secondary school from Egba Division with N1 million.

Baptist High School (junior), Saje, Abeokuta, emerged the best in public secondary school and took home N7.5 million, followed by Remo Secondary School (senior), Sagamu, which also went home with N7.5m.

Angela Otabo from Egba Division went home with N500,000 having emerged the best teacher in the private school category.

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