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We are not owing teachers in Plateau – State Education Board

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The Plateau Universal Basic Education Board, SUBEB, says it has cleared all outstanding salaries of primary school teachers in the state.

Mr Richard Jonah, Head of public Relations of the board, disclosed this in a statement on Saturday in Jos.

Jonah said the move was part of the administration of Governor Caleb Mutfwang’s commitment to promoting the welfare of all workers in the state.

”I am proud to report that as of today, no local government in the state is owing any outstanding salaries of our dedicated teachers.

”This milestone is the result of our unwavering commitment to prioritising the welfare of our hardworking educators, who play crucial roles in shaping the future of our children.

”Therefore, I call upon all teachers in the state to rededicate themselves to their noble profession and to work diligently towards ensuring that our learners in public primary schools are able to make up for the lost time caused by the recent strike,” he said.

Jonah also reiterated the government’s commitment to providing quality education in the state, by meeting the needs of its teachers.

He, however, warned that any teacher found wanting in any way, particularly those found undermining the vision of the current administration in the state, would be dealt with accordingly.

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