IDUMODIN MONARCH LAMENTS LACK OF TEACHERS IN RURAL SCHOOLS

S   LACK OF TEACHERS IN
RURAL SCHOOLS

The Enogie of Idumodin-Igbanke in
Orhionmwhon Local Government Area of Edo State, HRM B.O Igiebor over the weekend
in his palace, while speaking with newsmen, lamented  lack of teachers in the secondary schools in
the rural areas, most especially Igbanke 
communities.

                He
appealed to the State Governor, Comr. Adams Oshiomole and the Commissioner For
Education, Edo State,   to  come
to their aid by posting teachers to schools in the rural area.

                The
monarch pointed out that lack of teachers in schools in Igbanke communities
is  directly affecting the academic
performances of students in those schools.

                He
lauded the efforts of the state governor, adding that since his assumption
of  office, Igbanke has really enjoy the
dividends of democracy. He noted that most of the roads in Igbanke has been
tarred.

                The
Enogie charged the government and well meaning individuals in Igbanke community
to always remember home and see to the welfare of their monarchs.

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