It is no more a news that COVID-19 pandemic has caused a lot to many workers all over the world. In Nigeria, including teachers have been in need, especially the private school teachers because majority of their proprietors are unable to pay their salaries.
However, as a result of this problem, the Federal Government of Nigeria have agreed to pay the salaries of private school teachers that are owed by schools due to COVID-19 pandemic.
It was announced by the president of the National Association of Proprietors of Private Schools (NAPPS) Yomi Otubela on TVC news channel on Monday July 13, 2020.
In addition, according to Otubela, a proposal was presented to the Economic Sustainability Committee that is headed by Vice president, Yemi Osinbajo after a cry for help by private school teachers who have not been paid by their proprietors as a result of COVID-19 pandemic.
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Therefore, the good news is that The Federal Executive Council have granted an approval for the proposal, and the condition is that only private schools that are registered under the association would benefit from this federal government's bailout.
If you are a private school teacher and your school is registered under the Association, here is a good news for you, kindly grab the opportunity as soon as possible.
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