The Government in Osun state has pleaded to N-Power teachers who were handling the Senior Secondary School terminal classes before they were exited without pay to return to schools for revision classes to enable the students to perform excellently in the forthcoming West African Senior Secondary School Certificate Examination (WASSE).
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The Senior Special Assistant to the Governor on Special Intervention Programmes, Lukman Bello, on Monday released and signed a public service announcement containing the plea as the state do not want to put the future of the students in line.
Mr Folorunsho Bamisayemi, the State’s Commissioner for Education further urged the Npower Teachers to sacrifice more for the future of all the students who are already preparing for the forthcoming West African Senior School Certificate Examination. He seeks the volunteers to support the regular teachers in the revision classes of the students. As this will enable the students to come out in more flying colours.
“Sequel to an appeal to all N-Power teachers who were directly teaching SS3 classes in Osun Public High Schools by the Commissioner for Education, Hon. Folorunsho Bamisayemi, to go back for the revision classes currently going on to prepare our students for the examination commencing on the 17th of August, 2020″, the announcement reads in part.
“I want to passionately appeal to the affected Ex N-Power Volunteers in both Batch A and Bath B to please honour Osun Government. No sacrifice is too much for the future of our students”, it reads.