Featured

Ekiti to commence payment of new minimum wage by October

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on google
Share on whatsapp
Ekiti to commence payment of new minimum wage by October

Ekiti State Governor, Dr Kayode Fayemi, said on Saturday that workers in Ekiti State would start to get the N30,000 minimum wage from October 2019.

Fayemi said the payment was to motivate workers, particularly teachers, to have the option to convey the best to the state and recover the lost magnificence and pride of being the education operational hub of the nation.

The governor, who talked in the midst of noisy applauses from the teachers and public servants in participation at the 2019 World Teachers’ Day festivity at Oluyemi Kayode Stadium, Ado Ekiti, nonetheless, entrusted teachers to make progress toward the acknowledgment of the offer to restore the state to a main situation in education.

He said, “We will initiate payment of N30,000 minimum wage to workers in Ekiti with impact from this month. We are resolved to compensate persistence in light of the fact that the workers, especially our teachers, have done the state glad.”

Fayemi, who repeated the assurance of his administration to ensure and save the fundamental beliefs of making Ekiti the country’s education capital, said that he chose to build up more schools in Ado Ekiti to decongest schools in the capital city and make adapting progressively favorable.

The governor said, “The main way we can recover our lost magnificence in education is to support our teachers in and outside assistance. I will advance practical and technical education in this state.”

Fayemi said that the progressing recruitment of more than 2000 teachers into the public primary and secondary schools was a piece of the strategic the administration to protect the eventual fate of the state.

He said, “I have additionally guaranteed that all students of school age are in schools in accordance with Education Law which makes essential education mandatory and in accordance with worldwide best practice.

“In the current year’s West African Examination Council senior school certificate examination, Ekiti was positioned twelfth. I need to salute our teachers, however that isn’t the place Ekiti have a place, we should ceaselessly accomplish more to ascend to number one”, he said.

The Provost, College of Education, Ikere Ekiti, Prof. Isaac Adeoluwa, in his lecture, presented a defense for ICT, saying, “Utilization of computerized apparatuses strategy makes learners inventive, grow the extent of maintenance, increment teachers aggressiveness and significance and make empowering environment for the two learners and teachers.”

The Chairman, Nigeria Union of Teachers, Ekiti State Wing, Olusegun Olugbesan, who praised Fayemi for noticing to the interest for more teachers, said the progressing recruitment of teachers into public schools over the state, would help in fortifying the eventual fate of education.

Olugbesan spoke to Fayemi to pay every single extraordinary pay and remittances for improved welfare and prosperity of the teachers.

His partner in Academic Staff Union of Secondary Schools, Sola Adigun, said brief and customary payment of pay rates had saved the teachers from neediness.

At the festival with the subject: “Young teachers, the eventual fate of the calling,” Mr Henry Olaoluwa Asubiojo of Amoye Grammar School, Tajudeen Olaoye of Anglican Primary School, Esun Ekiti and Mrs Mojisola Ehinafe of Technical School, Ado Ekiti, were granted money cost of N500,000 each for rising as the best teachers in the state.

Kindly share the story
Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on google
Share on whatsapp