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Congratulations To All Private School Teachers, After Federal Government Granted Salary Agreement

Congratulations To All Private School Teachers After Federal Government Granted Salary Agreement. Good news to Private School teachers as Federal Government has signed an agreement with the body of National Association Of Proprietors of Private Schools. It was announced by Yomi Otubela, the President of National Association Of Proprietors of Private Schools on Monday 13th July. Private School Teachers have been suffering over 4 months without salaries when Federal Government imposed total lockdown as a result

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Congratulations To All Private School Teachers, After Federal Government Granted Salary Agreement

COVID

Resumption: National Association of Propietors of private Schools' react.

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.

  2 years ago ago
Resumption: National Association of Propietors of private Schools' react.

EDUCATION

Congratulations To All Private School Teachers As The Federal Government Grants Salary Agreement

Congratulations To All Private School Teachers As The Federal Government Grants Salary Agreement It is infact a thing of joy and something that needs to be rejoiced that the Federal Government has gone on to sign an agreement with the National Association Of Proprietors of Private Schools' body. On Monday, which was on the 13th of July, this announcement was made by Yomi Otubela, who is the President of the National Association Of Proprietors of Private Schools. It's a pity that most of our Private School teachers

  2 years ago ago
Congratulations To All Private School Teachers As The Federal Government Grants Salary Agreement

COVID

All Private School Teachers Should Be Paid Minimum Wage Of N30,000 Monthly Till School Ropoen (View)

In early March of this year, the Nigerian President, Muhammadu Buhari ordered the closure of all schools and institutions in the country. This was done as a precautionary measure to curb the spread of the coronavirus which broke out into the country, as Nigeria recorded her index case of the virus. With this, the private school teachers are the ones who have the bear most of the burnt, as they've been at home for almost 4 months now with no salary and no other source of making money. This has led to the state

  2 years ago ago
All Private School Teachers Should Be Paid Minimum Wage Of N30,000 Monthly Till School Ropoen (View)

EDUCATION

WAEC: Private School Stakeholders Reveal Final Decision On Exam Update

Private schools across the country have decided to participate in the West African Senior School Certificate Examination {WASSCE} being conducted by the West African Examinations Council WAEC despite the decision of the government that no Nigerians would participate in the exams. The Minister of education, Adamu Adamu, had announced that Nigerian schools would not participate in the (WASSCE) scheduled to hold from August 5 to September 5, 2020 due to the COVID-19 PANDEMIC. But the privately owned schools across

  2 years ago ago
WAEC: Private School Stakeholders Reveal Final Decision On Exam Update

COVID

Good News To All Teachers As FG Agrees To Pay Salaries Owed During The Lockdown

Good News To All Teachers As FG Agrees To Pay Salaries Owed During The Lockdown As the news reaching us earlier today, from 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. This is such a good news and a relief for private school teachers. A number of private school teachers have come out to cry for

  2 years ago ago
Good News To All Teachers As FG Agrees To Pay Salaries Owed During The Lockdown

COVID

Federal Government Agrees To Pay Salaries Of Private School Teachers Owed During Lockdown (photos)

It is no longer news that one of the people that the covid19 outbreak dealt heavy blow on are workers from the private sector. One of such workers are private schools teachers. Ever since the Federal Government announced a closure of schools nationwide, they have been finding it hard financially. While some were not paid at all, some were underpaid. When asked, they said school owners didn't have enough money to cover their salaries. This has brought a lot of complaints both online and offline from these workers.

  2 years ago ago
Federal Government Agrees To Pay Salaries Of Private School Teachers Owed During Lockdown (photos)

EDUCATION

We Won't Pay Salaries Of Private School Teachers - FG

For several days now, the Nigerian Social media space has been awash with the news that the Federal Government will pay salaries of teachers in private schools until the resumption of schools across the country. The purported news is credited to the President of the National Association of Proprietors of Private Schools (NAPPS), Yomi Otubela. According to him, FG would pay the salaries of private school teachers as a form of palliative to cushion the adverse effects of COVID-19.  It might interest you to know

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We Won't Pay Salaries Of Private School Teachers - FG

COVID

Good News For All Private School Teachers As FG Agree to Pay Their Salaries For Lockdown Period

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

  2 years ago ago
Good News For All Private School Teachers As FG Agree to Pay Their Salaries For Lockdown Period

EDUCATION

The Courtesy Visits By NAPPS And APSON To The Ministry Of Education Has Turned To a Mere Clash

A courtesy visit that was organised by the National Association of Proprietors of Private Schools (NAPPS) and Association of Private School Owners of Nigeria to the Minister of Education, Malam Adamu Adamu respectively, has turned out to be a mere clash between the two associations. When the Ministry officials told the two associations that they will be attained to at the Ministry of Education conference room at the same time because the two associations are but one, they were startled. The commotion started

  2 years ago ago
The Courtesy Visits By NAPPS And APSON To The Ministry Of Education Has Turned To a Mere Clash

EDUCATION

WASSCE: The private and public sector yet to agree, as commencement of exam draws near

Concerning the decision to participate in WAEC exams, the public and private sector have been unable to come to terms, with both sides each settling at both ends The Federal Ministry of Education had previously stated that it had no plans of reopening schools including the SS3 examination class meant to participate in the upcoming WASSCE exams scheduled to commence August 4th to September 5th, 2020 The Minister of Education, Adamu, in July 6th, again reaffirmed with that decision saying that all schools under

  2 years ago ago
WASSCE: The private and public sector yet to agree, as commencement of exam draws near

EDUCATION

We're ready fully ready to resume for WAEC, says Private schools to FG

Information coming in has that, the private schools in Nigeria have told the federal government that they're fully ready to resume in other to partake in the forthcoming WAEC examinations. This was said after the federal government ordered that Unity schools will not be allowed to take the exam. The president of the National Association of Proprietors of Private Schools (NAPPS), Yomi Otubela noted their full preparedness geared towards the resumption of academic activities and also, have put in place everything

  2 years ago ago
We're ready fully ready to resume for WAEC, says Private schools to FG

COVID

Private schools have asked the government to reverse its decision to ban WAEC exams this year

Private schools have asked the government to reverse its decision to ban WAEC exams this year. NAPPS group of private schools across the federation, the voices on the role of open schools to return to the job. The group gave the federal government the assurance that, in the meantime all schools and led, have completed a plan of return to work. The NAPSS has urged the government to open schools to allow students to return to continue taking courses. The union also called on the government to reverse its decision

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Private schools have asked the government to reverse its decision to ban WAEC exams this year

COVID

Private school teacher's to get government assistance, Nigerians advocate support

Owing to the outbreak of the corona virus pandemic, teachers of private schools seems to be the worst hit as a number of them have taken to social media platforms to express their agony. Few days ago, a man who should be in his mid thirties was seen across all platforms weeping while lamenting his fate as a private school teacher who is struggling for survival in the middle of this pandemic. According to the President, National Association of Proprietors of Private Schools (NAPPS), Chief Yomi Otubela, the Federal

  2 years ago ago
Private school teacher's to get government assistance, Nigerians advocate support

HEALTH

Forget about using OUR Schools as Isolation centres - Proprietors

The owners of private schools under the administration of National Association of Proprietors of Private Schools (NAPPS) have made their decision that are not ready and will not allow their facilities to be converted to isolation centres. This is coming as the Presidential Task Force (PTF) on COVID-19 announced on Thursday that the Federal Government would require hotels and school dormitories as quarantine and isolation centres because bed spaces are no longer available. Dr Osagie Ehanire, who is the Minister

  2 years ago ago
Forget about using OUR Schools as Isolation centres - Proprietors

COVID

Private Schools Owners Cry Out As Parents Demand For Refund Of Their Children's WAEC And NECO Fees

Private school owners have cried out after parents of students started requesting for a refund of the WAEC fees they paid for their children. According to reports gathered, it seems like this action is coming after the federal government orders that all students of the 104 unity schools nationwide would not be participating in the upcoming WASSCE scheduled to take place between August 4th and September 5th. This disclosure was however made by the president of the national association of proprietors of Private

  2 years ago ago
Private Schools Owners Cry Out As Parents Demand For Refund Of Their Children's WAEC And NECO Fees

SOCIETY

See The Step School Owners In Lagos Took To Tighten Security Against Kidnapping

The Lagos State chapter of the National Association of Proprietors of Private Schools in Nigeria has said it has improved the security measures put in place in schools within the state as reported by Sahara Reporters on their Twitter handle.

  1 year ago ago
See The Step School Owners In Lagos Took To Tighten Security Against Kidnapping

POLITICS

IN NIGERIA: Major Hot News You Should Take Note Of. 15th July 2020

The presidency replies PDP over its criticisms on Ibrahim Magu's investigation.The former acting chairman of EFCC is being tried over allegation of corruption levelled against him. Garba Shehu, a presidential aide, said that Buhari would not be deterred by the critics of his government. Security agents have mounted surveillance at the EFCC's headquarter and all its offices. This has caused palpable fear at the offices. Added to this, the movement of officials who are said to be loyal to Ibrahim Magu has been

  2 years ago ago
IN NIGERIA: Major Hot News You Should Take Note Of. 15th July 2020

COVID

FG Agrees To Pay Some Private School Teachers Salary Says Yomi Otubela

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

  2 years ago ago
FG Agrees To Pay Some Private School Teachers Salary Says Yomi Otubela

COVID

Why FG should pay private school teachers salary(view)

Why FG should pay private school teachers salary (view) It is no longer a news that the federal government has ordered the closure of all schools across the country since late March, 2020. However some sectors and businesses have been greatly affected negatively as a result of this covid-19 pandemic schools lockdown. Since the closure of schools, private school teachers have been finding it difficult to survive due to non payment of salary from their employers while the salary of those teachers in government

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Why FG should pay private school teachers salary(view)