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KOGI: Teachers decry unpaid salaries, poor working conditions

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Teachers in Kogi State under the auspices Academic Staff Union of Secondary School (ASUSS) have raised concerns over non- payment of salaries by the state government.

Kogi State chairman of ASUSS, Comrade Ranti Mathew Ojo, said in a statement yesterday in Lokoja on the occasion of this year’s World Teachers’ Day that teachers in the state were  being owed over six months salaries. He also lamented the premature and forced retirement of some teachers from service, thus aggravating the problem of inadequate teachers in schools.

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