Nigeria: 5 Years On, Kogi Teachers Groan Under Staggered Salaries

For almost a decade, Madam Jane, a mother of three, has been a teacher employed by the Local Government Education Authority, Zango Daji, Kogi State.

She gets her monthly take-home promptly, which she spent in providing her children’s basic needs including their tuition fees.

Everything went on smoothly. She was able to feed her wards. In fact, for her, being a teacher was very rewarding until a sudden twist turned things topsy-turvy.

The state government tampered with the teachers’ salary…


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