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Serious Panic! See Workers That May Lose Their Jobs As Buhari’s Government Moves To Take Strong Action, Gives Final Date As Last Chance

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Osorhor Ogenevwegba Michael
Delta state polytechnic otefe oghara ( DESPO )
BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT
Graduate, Nigeria.
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Indications has emerged on the determination of the President Muhammadu Buhari-led Federal Government to enforce the professional requirements needed tom practice as a teacher in Nigeria.

The Federal Government also plans to stop people who work as teachers from working if they fail to meet the necessary requirement to fit into the profession.

The Federal Government through the Ministry of Education went on to give a deadline for affected teachers to ensure that they comply with the new directive if they do not want to face the consequences that will follow.

The Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu, issued December 2019 deadline for teachers who fail to register and license with Teachers’ Registration Council of Nigeria. According to Daily Post, Adamu warned that any teacher, who failed to register with the body by December would not be allowed to teach in Nigeria schools.

The Minister, who was represented by the TRCN Registrar, Prof Olusegun Ajiboye, issued the warning on Thursday in Abuja at the Nigerian Union of Teachers workshop on privatisation and commercialisation of education in the Federal Capital Territory, FCT.

He said: “With the position of the National Council of Education, the TRCN has been mandated that by December 2019, anyone who has not registered, qualified and licensed by the council will no longer be allowed in our classrooms. And this position will be enforced to the letter.

“Now, teachers still have the opportunity to take two professional qualifying examinations in May and October 2019 for them to get their registration and qualification.”

“On commercialisation, it is obvious that the government can no longer fund education alone, so private participation is encouraged. But education cannot be commercialised, because it is not a commodity. We should dissuade anything that will lead to commercialisation of education.”

There have been several concerns on the kind of people who now work as teachers in the country without the requisite professional qualifications to do so.

According to those pushing for the enforcement of the professional teaching standards, they believe that the activities of some unqualified teachers are also responsible for the falling standards of education in Nigeria which should be addressed as quickly as possible.

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