Nigeria: Ekiti School Teachers Shun Rural Areas, Risk Sack

The teachers often complain of difficult terrains and inaccessible villages for their actions

Teachers posted to rural communities in Ekiti State have been found to always refuse their postings, making it difficult to ensure effective education in the areas.

It was gathered that some of the teachers often work their postings back to areas of their choice afterwards, denying rural communities of adequate teachers.

The teachers are those hired under the Ekiti State Universal Basic Education…


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