A female teacher from one of the private schools in Lagos Island has reveals that she is better with lessons payment than her normal teaching salary.
The teacher whose name is with held said this while expressing her anger yesterday over non- payment of salary since March.
In her words, "my boss does not even care about our salaries, not even to check on us how we are surviving, yet, she wants us to return to her school and still be receiving peanuts as salary.
Since lockdown started, many parents have been contacting me for lessons and is paying me more than what I was receiving, so, whether schools resume or not, I am better with what I am doing, I might not return to school again" she said.
I really know that many teachers will not want to go back to their former place of assignment due to their experience and poor treatment by their bosses. While many will lose their jobs. This lockdown has bring both positive and negative experience to people.
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