Schools appeal to exited N-power Teachers

The impact of N-power Program is undoubtedly immeasurable and unforgettable in our various States and Local Communities. The presence of the graduate N-power Beneficiaries has in many ways shaped the lack in the Educational, Health and Agricultural sectors making many to wonder the necessity of throwing out the beneficiaries after acclamatising the civil service environment and without proper plan on ground for permanently engaging them.

The Osun State Government has on Monday appealed to the N-power Teachers in the final classes of Primary and Secondary Schools in the State to offer a secrifice to the future of the students in the classes by bouncing back to the class rooms to prepare the students for the forth coming final class examinations.

This was contained in a memo signed by the Senior Special Assistant to the State Governor on Special Intervention Programs, Mr Lukman Bello.
Sequel to an appeal to all N-Power teachers who were directly teaching SS3 classes in Osun Public High Schools by the Commissioner for Education, Hon. Folorunsho Bamisayemi, to go back for the revision classes currently going on to prepare our students for the examination commencing on the 17th of August, 2020. 
I want to passionately appeal to the affected Ex N -Power Volunteers in both Batch A and Bath B to please honor Osun Government. No sacrifice is too much for the future of our students.
Are these N-power Teachers really needed in their School? If yes, that means there is vacancy of such positions without the efforts of the State Government considering these beneficiaries worthy of permanent employment having completed the prelimary test of two years in Civil Services.

It is indisputable that the deligence and patience of the N-power beneficiaries in managing a stipend of N30,000 to deliver duties civil servants are paid better for, efficiently and effectively, deserve to be rewarded with permanent employment or a handsome reward as has been requested by these beneficiaries. 

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