Unpaid Salaries: Address cases of 700 SUBEB teachers – Group to KWSG

The People’s Voice Advocacy Network, a Civil Society Organisation has raised concern calling on the Kwara State Government to address lingering
In a press statement issued by the group’s Assistant Publicity Secretary, Comrade Olaitan Abdulraheem, the group charged the state government to as a matter of urgency to look into the case of 700 SUBEB teachers who are owed salary arrears.
“Also, we thank the State government for granting approval for State Civil Service staff promotion exercise in line with the extant provision of the law. That being said, we wish to plead that All the outstanding allowances for the previous promotion exercise should promptly be paid to make the necessary difference. More so, we urge the state government to conduct fresh promotion exercise for TESCOM, SUBEB and the Local Government councils workers” as this will give hope to the people that we are sincerely moving to the promised coast, said Comrade Olaitan.
“Also, we are yet to be informed why the Kwara State Government under the leadership of Mallam Abdulrahman Abdulrazaq is yet to give a matching implementation order after receiving N60million funds as Kwara State share for the Post COVID-19 training for School Head Teachers/principals and teachers in preparation for schools re-opening.
“We are very much aware that some states in the federation like Lagos, Osun have long commenced the training programme without delay. We do hope that the KWSG will follow suit as such a training programme will ensure that teachers in the state are well abreast of global transformational teaching techniques in the post COVID-19 era.

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