IYC protests alleged lopsidedness in teachers’ recruitment, sue Akwa-Ibom govt


WORRIED by the alleged lopsided recruitment process of 1, 000 teachers into the Akwa Ibom State public secondary schools system, the Ijaw Youth Council (IYC) has taken the State Secondary Education Board (SSEB) to court, lamenting that their kit and kin in the state have been shut out from the exercise.

Speaking with newsmen in Uyo last week Monday, the chairman in charge of SSEB, Dr Ekaette Ebong Okon, disclosed that she was under pressure from some local government areas, which were aggrieved that many candidates from their areas were not shortlisted for the appointment into the state teaching service.

She said: “I am currently being sued by the Ijaw Youths Council for not…

Source: Nigerian Tribune

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