The National Association of Proprietors of Private Schools (NAPPS) have in its reaction to the announcement of the Federal Government giving the green light for schools to reopen for exit classes, commended the decision taken by the federal Government. NAPPS is the apex association of private school owners in Nigeria.The association which was founded in 2005 has the aim of promoting the welfare and interaction of proprietors of private schools in ensuring the delivery of quality educational services in the country.
Please do me a favour by hitting the 'follow' option and the 'like' option. Thanks. The announcement by Malam Adamu Adamu on Wednesday brought a hault to school Resumption plans. It was earlier announced that only those in final year classes would be allowed to resume as they can't miss their examinations. But the federal government has said that there will be no WAEC Examinations anytime soon. However, the good news is that the president of the National Association Of Proprietors Of Private Schools (NAPPS),
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
The President of the National Association of Proprietors of Private Schools, Yomi Otubela, says the Federal government has agreed to pay the salaries of private school teachers that are being owed by their school management since the lockdown started in March. It will be recalled that for about four months now, schools across the country, has been closed due to the pandemic disease-COVID-19. Moreover, it is worthy of note that while teachers in government owned schools have continued to receive their monthly
Before you proceed. Please do me a favour by hitting the follow button so you can get latest updates on news related to this topic and Others. According to The-Nation News, zacnetwork learnt that the National Association of Proprietors of Private Schools (NAPPS) has assured the federal government the readiness of schools to resume for the West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) and other terminal examinations. The union's plea to resume is due to the withdrawal of Nigeria's participation
On Monday, July 13, 2020, the President of the National Association of Private School Proprietors in Nigeria, Yomi Otubela, announced to the general public that the Federal Government has agreed to dialog on paying the salaries of private school teachers who are owed by their school management and are in great distress since the lockdown began in March in the midst of the Covid19 pandemic. Since some school management claims they can't pay wages as they also didn't make money from school fees because nothing