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5,000 sacked A’Ibom teachers Plead Gov-Elect, Umo Eno

The 5,000 teachers sacked in 2018 by Akwa Ibom Governor Udom Emmanuel have appealed to the Governor-elect Umo Eno to re-absorb them when he assumes office. THE NATION reports.

In a statement signed on their behalf by Comrade Edidiong Etop Udi and Comrade Ubong Akpan Obot, coordinator, and Secretary General respectively, the sacked teachers urged the incoming Governor to consider their plights. While congratulating Eno and his deputy, Senator Akon Eyakenyi for their victory at the poll, they urged them to emulate Governor Nasir El Rufai of Kaduna State who recently re-absorbed the 3,000 primary school teachers he sacked in 2018.Information Guide Nigeria

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“We appeal that you toe the same path that His Excellency Mr. Nasir Elrufai of Kaduna State has taken by reabsorbing the 3000 Primary School Teachers who were sacked in 2018 for not passing promotion exam organized by the State Government. This will be one historic achievement and hallmark of your administration.

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“The forum specifically congratulates His Excellency, Pastor Umo Bassey Eno, and Senator Akon Eyakenyi for their massive victory at the poll as Governor-elect and Deputy Governor-Elect respectively.JAMB Portal


“The gift of His Excellency, Pastor Umo Bassey Eno to Akwa Ibom State will usher in a horizon of unparalleled boundless hope, a ray of sunshine, and a rebirth of a new Akwa Ibom.

“Therefore, the Akwa Ibom State sacked 5000 teachers and implore the Governor-elect to be magnanimous in his victory by engaging all constituencies of the state in policy designing and implementation process in order to give every citizen a deep sense of proudly belonging to Akwa Ibom State.

“The group is very convinced that the Governor-elect will objectively assess the needs of the people including the plights of the sacked 5000 teachers with the hope of ameliorating their long years of suffering, marginalization, and exclusivity in the Commonwealth of the state”, they said.NYSC Portal

The forum also appreciated Mr. Iniobong Bassey Eno for being instrumental in mitigating their plights as a people.

“His catalytic prowess and heroic display of maturity, experience, and aura of endurance, tolerance, patience and understanding was bravery in deed. He identified with us at the peak of our griefs, sadness, and sorrowful hearts,” the sacked teachers said.

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Essien, Goodnews is a gruaduate of Communication Arts, University of Uyo, Uyo; Currently working at Infoguide Media as a news writer.

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