The Nasarawa State House of Assembly Committee on Education, Science and Technology has directed the Office of the Secretary to the Government of Nasarawa State to return two Hilux vehicles purchased by the state government for Teachers Service Commission (TSC).
Mr Daniel Ogazi, the chairman of the committee, gave the directive on Tuesday in Lafia when the management of TSC appeared before the committee on its 2023 budget defence.
Ogazi said that the vehicles were purchased for the TSC to ensure effective monitoring and supervision of teachers and other activities.
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“We are directing that the office of the SSG should return two vehicles purchased by the state government for the Teacher’s Service Commission.
“As provision was made in the budget as requested by Teachers Service Commission for the purchase of the two vehicles to monitor and supervise the activities of teachers and other activities.
“We are directing that the office of the SSG should return the two vehicles purchased or being invited by this committee to explain why, up till now, the TSC have yet to access the vehicles,” he said.
Ogazi urged the commission to continue to be up and doing in ensuring effective supervision of teachers in the state.
Earlier, Pastor Benjamin Baka, the secretary of the commission, commended the committee for supporting its activities to succeed.(NAN)