Npower Teach Permanency Guaranteed – Plateau State

Plateau state government to retain, absorb and permanent N-power teach volunteers.

This is good news for all npower teach 2016 volunteers. The long awaited permanency is here as the plateau state government has agreed to retain n-teach volunteers.

We earlier informed you that the federal government is in close discussion with different states to absorb npower volunteers to their various areas.

On today’s latest news on npower permanency, we are happy to inform you that there is hope for all npower teach volunteers.

We congratulate all the N-Power Teach Plateau volunteers, the State Government has made it official that it will be retaining the teach arm in efforts to improve the standard of education in the State.

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About four thousand eight hundred and fifty volunteers were deployed in Plateau state. Now, the state has announced her readiness to retain all the four thousand eight hundred and fifty (4,850) N-power volunteers serving as teachers in the state on the expiration of their programme later in the year.

Once the npower 2016 programme comes to end, all those searching as teachers under the npower umbrella in plateau state will be re-deployed as teachers to various primary schools in the state.

They will no more be assistant teachers but main teachers.

We do believe that other states will learn from plateau state and permanent npower volunteers. Meanwhile, we have some ongoing teachers recruitment in Nigeria that you will be interested to apply for.

Federal Teachers Recruitment 2018

Rivers State Teachers recruitment 2018

Akwa Ibom State Teachers Recruitment 2018

Universal Basic Education Board Recruitment 2018

Teach For Nigeria Recruitment 2018

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Confirmation: The npower absorption news for plateau state volunteers was confirmed by Mathew Sule who is the executive chairman of the State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB).

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