‘No more sharing of teaching slots at party secretariat’


Kwara State Governor AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq said yesterday that his administration was on a mission to reclaim the glory of the state, especially in the education sector.

In a veiled response to Senator Bukola Saraki’s interview in which he claimed that the people made the mistake of voting him out of power, AbdulRazaq said the state would not relapse to an “awful era of anything goes” when teaching slots were being distributed to loyalists of Saraki at the ward meetings of the ruling party.

Represented by the Secretary to the State Government, Prof. Mamman Saba Jubril, the governor spoke at the launching of training of the newly recruited teachers at the Teaching Service Commission (TESCOM).

He said: “I am proud to say that the very brilliant teachers that were recently engaged and are being given institutional training today are a legacy of our administration. We have successfully redefined how things should be done in the education sector.”


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