Ondo State Governor Suspends 3 School Principals and 23 Teachers For Laziness





Following their alleged lackadaisical attitudes toward their job, three principals and 23 teachers from different public secondary schools across Ondo State have been suspended by the state government.

This was disclosed by the Chairman of the state Teaching Service Commission, Mr Francis Igbasan in Akure, the state capital, at the presentation of promotion letters to 2,500 teachers in the state.

He explained that during an unscheduled visit of members of the commission to over 72 secondary schools across the state, it was discovered that the suspended principals and teachers were not disciplined.

According to him, “the commission would not take the issue of indiscipline at work lightly again, the TESCOM of yesterday is different from the TESCOM of today. Any teacher or member of staff that is not serious at his or her duty posts would be shown the way out.


“This government is trying its best for workers of this state, so the workers too should reciprocate it with hardwork,” he added.

At the occasion, Governor Olusegun Mimiko announced that the commission had been directed to recruit 1,050 teachers.

Mimiko, who was presented by his deputy, Alhaji Lasisi Oluboyo stated that the recruitment would be based on merit and that the recruitment examination conducted in 2014 will also be used.

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