Why I Plan To Hire 1, 569 Teachers – Udom
Against recent protest on key policy decisions in Akwa Ibom State, Governor Udom Emmanuel has come to offer explanations especially concerning his decision to employ 1,569 Science Teachers.
The governor said that it is part of his plan to commence Engineering courses at the state owed tertiary institutions.
Udom came under fire recently after he planned to build a multi million naira edifice in Lagos to serve as the state’s liaison office.
Further explaining the plan to hire the teachers, the governor said that he is working towards full commencement of Engineering courses at the State Polytechnic and University, said the foundation has to be strengthened.
He pledged to leave no stone unturned in training and equipping the young people in science oriented courses in secondary schools in the state.
Governor Emmanuel made this disclosure while interacting with government house correspondent at Ibom airport, shortly on arrival from an official trip to Abuja.
He said his administration decided to commence with the recruitment of 1,569 teachers to teach all science subjects and English language in secondary schools in the state.
He reiterated his belief in building capacity and strengthening manpower ahead of the impending economic recovery in the country.
“certainly as we prepare towards economic recovery, we need to also build capacity in order to move on, if I don’t do that, it means that I don’t have faith in the economy.” he said.
Emmanuel further assured Akwa Ibom people that those sponsored to distract him are wasting their time as he was highly focused.
“I am one of those that have full confidence in the economy, that as we move towards the last quarter of the year, the economy should be back on the part of recovery,” the governor added.
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