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C/River Employs 2,220 Teachers

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Governor of Cross River State, Ben Ayade has given instruction to the chairman State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB) to commence the issuance of employment letters to 2,220  candidates who passed the teachers’ interview  conducted by the Board  some times ago to enable qualified candidates to commence teaching of  primary school pupils in the state.

The appointment letters followed the conclusion of interviews conducted by   SUBEB to enable them pick candidates that met the requisite standards  set by the Board so that the best brains can be picked and  given  appointment as teachers in primary schools across the  state.

In a statement signed by the executive chairman SUBEB, Dr Stephen Odey, and made available to LEADERSHIP in Calabar yesterday stated that successful candidates were shortlisted to fill the vacancies

created by retirement and death cases in the primary school system.

Odey added that successful candidates were only being selected based on merit after passing through a rigorous interview.

The statement directed all successful candidates to personally meet with the executive chairman of SUBEB Dr. Stephen Odey on January 22, in the morning at the West African Peoples Institute (WAPI) for collection of letters.

The SUBEB boss expressed gratitude to Governor Ayade for reducing the unemployment rate in the state by creating employment opportunities for Cross Riverians.

Odey said with Ayade, unemployment is going to become a thing of the  past adding that  if Cross Riverians were wise they wouldn’t have any  need to have a second choice in the elections.

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