Prof. Peter Okebukola, the Pro-Chancellor, Crawford University, Igbesa, Ogun, on Thursday chided stakeholders in education industry to stop treating teachers like “Libyan Slaves’’.
Okebukola, also a former Executive Secretary, National Universities Commission (NUC), gave the advice at the 9th Convocation ceremony of Crawford University.
The faith-based university is owned by the Apostolic Faith Church, West and Central Africa.
Okebukola said that there should be a penalty for those either in the public or private organisations that treated teachers with disdain.
“We need to penalise, name and shame all employers, public and private, who treat teachers in Nigeria like `Libyan slaves’.
“Until the day when these five strategies I will mention are implemented, Nigeria’s education system will continue to grope in the dark and national development will fall deep into an…
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