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Consider us for teaching jobs, PWDs urge Ondo govt

The visually impaired persons in Ondo State have lamented the exclusion of qualified teachers among them in the ongoing recruitment of teachers in the state.…

The visually impaired persons in Ondo State have lamented the exclusion of qualified teachers among them in the ongoing recruitment of teachers in the state.

The Executive Chairman of Ondo State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB), Victor Olabimtan, last month, announced that the state government was going to employ 2,000 teachers to fill vacant positions in public primary schools across the state.

The Nigeria Association of the Blind (NAB), Ondo State chapter, in a statement yesterday, urged Governor Lucky Aiyedatiwa’s government to consider recruiting visually impaired members into the Ondo State Universal Basic Education Board and Teaching Service Commission.

In the statement jointly signed by the group’s chairman, Akilo Matthew and secretary, Idowu Oluwasola, they emphasised the significance of the action in securing the future of the blind community in the state and pleaded for employment opportunities as teachers.

In response, Prince Ebenezer Adeniyan, the Chief Press Secretary to Governor Aiyedatiwa, said the ongoing teachers’ recruitment process is unbiased and open to all applicants.

 

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