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Katsina S-Power programme recruitment would be based on merit – Mustapha Inuwa

Katsina S-Power programme recruitment would be based on merit – Mustapha Inuwa

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The Katsina State S-Power committee has began screening of candidates to recruit 5,000 primary school teachers in the State. The exercise is being conducted at 12 centres established by the main comittee of the S-Power programme chaired by the SGS Mustapha Muhammad Inuwa.

This is contained in a statement signed by Alhaji Aliyu Yar’adua, the press secretary to the Katsina Secretary to the Government of the State.

The Secretary to Katsina State Government, Mustapha Muhammad Inuwa and Chairman State S – Power Committee addressing applicants at Dutsin-ma and Safana screening centres.  The SGS assured that all applicants would be treated equally irrespective of any affliation.

He explained that the screening exercise was meant to get those who qualified to teach in primary school. He emphasizes that the S – Power programme would only recruit on merit.

Mustapha Muhammad Inuwa warned that anybody recruited under the programme would be grossly monitored to ensure he or she do the work before they get paid.

To those who might not be absorbed at the end of the exercise, the SGS urged them to be patient as the Governor Masari’s Administration is planning for another package that would take care of them.

He then advised the applicants to exhibit high sense of mannerisms as would be teachers to younger ones.

The SGS also monitored the screening exercise at Faskari, Funtua, M/fashi and Musawa centres. In all the places visited Mustapha Muhammad Inuwa expressed satisfaction on the way and manner the committees were conducting the screening.

The S-Power programme was introduced by the Masari led administration to recruit 5,000 qualified primary school teachers across the State. The sceening exercise which begins today at various centers in the State would last for three days.

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