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Re: Rivers State Teachers Recruitment 2012 by joyblinks(f): 10:29pm On Nov 13, 2012
slimmy05: @all please you guys should confirm, i heard the interview is still going on.. Pls you guys should give authentic information.

U should go and get the authentic information before coming here...
Re: Rivers State Teachers Recruitment 2012 by Nobody: 11:52pm On Nov 13, 2012
joyblinks:

U should go and get the authentic information before coming here...
Dude, if you don't have better thing to say keep quiet. This is a forum. So behave yourself.
Re: Rivers State Teachers Recruitment 2012 by Ogoscco(f): 2:20pm On Nov 14, 2012
pls,what's d outcome of today's meeting at civic center?pls house,u hv d right to correct smone but be mindful of words,we r all here to deliver vivid info,tnk u.
Re: Rivers State Teachers Recruitment 2012 by olabscars(m): 4:25pm On Nov 14, 2012
@ogosco,am not aware of any meeting going on today @ civic center.It is btw who n who?House,pls any member wt a useful fact shld tell us,....... One love!
Re: Rivers State Teachers Recruitment 2012 by Sotty05(f): 12:56am On Nov 15, 2012
Hey all,rivers state civil service commission is currently recruiting in limited positions.deadline is 23rd of dis month.rivers state indigenes only!
Re: Rivers State Teachers Recruitment 2012 by justi4jesu(f): 3:17pm On Nov 15, 2012
Sotty05: Hey all,rivers state civil service commission is currently recruiting in limited positions.deadline is 23rd of dis month.rivers state indigenes only!

please whats the site and the requirements?
Re: Rivers State Teachers Recruitment 2012 by Nationsdaddy: 8:33pm On Nov 16, 2012
@joyblinks ur post is hidden.pls kindly re-post ur comment
Re: Rivers State Teachers Recruitment 2012 by joyblinks(f): 9:09pm On Nov 17, 2012
Why in God's name does my post keep getting hidden na.. Am tryng to post d link for d rivers state civil service recruitment...
Re: Rivers State Teachers Recruitment 2012 by joyblinks(f): 9:11pm On Nov 17, 2012
[url]http://www.zimbio.com/Nigeria/articles/XLzb8rDEpDh/
Rivers+State+Civil+Service+Recruitment+Graduate [/url]
Re: Rivers State Teachers Recruitment 2012 by Nobody: 4:20pm On Nov 18, 2012
Pls who knws d latest update on Rivers State teachers recruitment? let the house knw
Re: Rivers State Teachers Recruitment 2012 by Nationsdaddy: 5:18pm On Nov 18, 2012
Dos lawmakers i tink ar al bunch of bad belle pple.nw dey r claimin d laws says..al cos d minstry gv No or minimum rum 4 dem 2 manipulate.lets b patience while dey sort demselves,n lets hop b4 d end of ds month.
Re: Rivers State Teachers Recruitment 2012 by olabscars(m): 9:21pm On Nov 19, 2012
What now is the nxt line of action?As it is now,how can we be happy for this type of Government that we voted for?Na wah o!Lets keep the fingers crossing.
Re: Rivers State Teachers Recruitment 2012 by MuhdBashir: 9:24pm On Nov 19, 2012
olabscars: What now is the nxt line of action?As it is now,how can we be happy for this type of Government that we voted for?Na wah o!Lets keep the fingers crossing.

What exactly are u trying to say, elaborate now......!!!!!!
Re: Rivers State Teachers Recruitment 2012 by Rexmarysweet(m): 5:13pm On Nov 20, 2012
In August 2012, the Rivers State government, through the Ministry of Education commenced the recruitment of about 13,000 teachers for its Universal Basic Education (UBE) and Senior Secondary Schools.

A total of 42,000 candidates applied for the vacancies which was open to both indigenes and non-indigenes of the state. An aptitude test was organised for the applicants by the Ministry of Education which was the coordinating ministry, on August 15, 2012.

At the end of the exercise, a total of 11,500 indigenes and 1,500 non-indigenes made the list having scored above 155 per cent which was the cut-off mark.

However, the dream of the applicants to resume their teaching jobs at the various primary and secondary schools in the state became shaky when the state House of Assembly accused the Ministry of Education of hijacking the responsibilities of the State Universal Basic Education Board (RSUBEB) and the State Senior Secondary Schools Board (RSSSSB).

To avoid any possible face-off between the executive and the legislature over the issue, the Chairman, House Committee on Education, Hon. Augustine Paul Ngo, called the attention of the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Education, Mr. Richard Ofuru, to the constitutional breach but the ministry seemed not to care.

Apparently worried by what they called, the ‘erosion of powers’ by the Ministry of Education, the State House of Assembly on Tuesday, November 6, 2012, summoned the Commissioner of Education, Dame Alice Lawrence-Nemi and the Permanent Secretary of the ministry, Mr. Ofuru, to appear before the House on Wednesday, November 7, 2012.

The Rt. Hon. Otelemaba Daniel Amachree-led House of Assembly also suspended the on-going teachers’ recruitment exercise in the state on grounds that it did not follow due process.

The decision of the state legislature followed a motion sponsored by the member representing Ahoada-East constituency II, Hon. Ibiso Nwuche and co-sponsored by ten other lawmakers, who are mostly members of the House Committee on Education.

They were: the Deputy Leader of the House, Hon. Ename Robinson Ewor; the member representing Abua/Odual Constituency and Chairman of the Committee on Education, Ngo; the member representing Asari-Toru Constituency II, Hon. God’s Time Horsfall and the member representing Etche Constituency II, Hon. Golden Ngozi Chioma. Others were: the member representing Bonny Constituency, Hon. Aye Atamah Pepple; the member representing Akuku-Toru Constituency I, Hon. Onari Brown; the member representing Ogba/Egbema/Ndoni Constituency II, Hon. Lucky Odili; the member representing Port Harcourt Constituency III, Hon. Victor Ihunwo and the member representing Khana Constituency I, Hon. Legborsi Nwidadah.

The lawmakers alleged in the motion that the on-going recruitment exercise being carried out by the Ministry of Education with RSUBEB and RSSSSB as passive participants would not augur well for the management of the school system in the state.

They also raised fears that the on-going recruitment of teachers, if allowed to be handled by the Ministry of Education, could encourage discontent among the school managers and the Ministry, thereby making a mess of the series of reforms initiated by the  Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi-led administration in the education sector.

However, the Commissioner, Lawrence-Nemi and her team from the Ministry of Education, failed to appear before the 32-member House to answer questions bordering on the alleged usurpation of powers and functions of the boards of the Universal Basic Education and the Senior Secondary Schools by her ministry.

The refusal of the Commissioner to appear, which the legislators described as a slight on their integrity, incurred the wrath of the members, as most of those who spoke during the day’s sitting called for a warrant of arrest be issued on her without further invitation.

To the Leaders of the House, Hon. Chidi Julius Lloyd, it was an anomaly for a commissioner screened and approved by the lawmakers to shun their invitation. He however called on his colleagues to give the Commissioner another chance, failure of which the State Commissioner of Police would be directed to arrest her.

For the Speaker, Amachree, in his 10 years as a state lawmaker, it was the first time a serving Commissioner would disobey an order from the State House of Assembly.

He said; “I have never seen or heard for my years as a lawmaker, that a commissioner would refuse to appear before the lawmakers to answer questions. But, as a leader and considering what the Leader of the House has appealed, we summon her tomorrow (Thursday).”

Directing the Clerk of the House to write and invite the Commissioner, the Permanent Secretary and the directors of the ministry to appear before the House again, the Speaker said he would invoke powers vested on him by relevant sections of the 1999 Constitution and arrest Lawrence-Nemi if she failed to appear before the House for the second time.

Perhaps, due to the threat of arrest, the Commissioner and her team finally appeared on the floor of the 32-member House where she cited ill-heath as the main reason for her inability to appear before the lawmakers the previous day.

Lawrence-Nemi however told the lawmakers that she was ready to accept whatever decision the House would take.

After grilling her for about five hours over the alleged usurpation of powers and functions of the boards of the senior secondary schools and the UBE, the House ordered her to relinquish the rights to the two boards, especially as it affects the teachers’ recruitment exercise in the state.

The House also lifted the suspension placed on the exercise and transferred same to the RSUBEB and RSSSSB.

Lawrence-Nemi also told the lawmakers that the teachers’ recruitment exercise came as a result of the State Executive Council’s decision to recruit more teachers to fill the several schools constructed by the Amaechi-led government.

She admitted before the lawmakers that the recruitment, promotion, and firing of teachers were not part of her duty but that of the Boards, while the Ministry supervises them. The commissioner said further that she applied for about N55 million for the recruitment exercise and estimated N1 billion for the payment of salaries of the 13,000 teachers.

She also said she employed the services of consultants in the exercise and sourced funds from the applicants through the sale of scratch cards.

It is on record that each of the 42,000 applicants who sat for the aptitude test spent not less than N1,500 for the application forms and scratch cards, amounting to over N50 million, which went into the coffers of the participating banks and the West African Examination Council (WAEC).

The latest but brief face-off between the executive and legislature in the state may at the end, be a sign of good things to come, which may bring an end to the toga of ‘Rubber Stamp’ legislature on the side of the lawmakers.
Re: Rivers State Teachers Recruitment 2012 by Rexmarysweet(m): 5:16pm On Nov 20, 2012
In August 2012, the Rivers State government, through the Ministry of Education commenced the recruitment of about 13,000 teachers for its Universal Basic Education (UBE) and Senior Secondary Schools.

A total of 42,000 candidates applied for the vacancies which was open to both indigenes and non-indigenes of the state. An aptitude test was organised for the applicants by the Ministry of Education which was the coordinating ministry, on August 15, 2012.

At the end of the exercise, a total of 11,500 indigenes and 1,500 non-indigenes made the list having scored above 155 per cent which was the cut-off mark.

However, the dream of the applicants to resume their teaching jobs at the various primary and secondary schools in the state became shaky when the state House of Assembly accused the Ministry of Education of hijacking the responsibilities of the State Universal Basic Education Board (RSUBEB) and the State Senior Secondary Schools Board (RSSSSB).

To avoid any possible face-off between the executive and the legislature over the issue, the Chairman, House Committee on Education, Hon. Augustine Paul Ngo, called the attention of the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Education, Mr. Richard Ofuru, to the constitutional breach but the ministry seemed not to care.

Apparently worried by what they called, the ‘erosion of powers’ by the Ministry of Education, the State House of Assembly on Tuesday, November 6, 2012, summoned the Commissioner of Education, Dame Alice Lawrence-Nemi and the Permanent Secretary of the ministry, Mr. Ofuru, to appear before the House on Wednesday, November 7, 2012.

The Rt. Hon. Otelemaba Daniel Amachree-led House of Assembly also suspended the on-going teachers’ recruitment exercise in the state on grounds that it did not follow due process.

The decision of the state legislature followed a motion sponsored by the member representing Ahoada-East constituency II, Hon. Ibiso Nwuche and co-sponsored by ten other lawmakers, who are mostly members of the House Committee on Education.

They were: the Deputy Leader of the House, Hon. Ename Robinson Ewor; the member representing Abua/Odual Constituency and Chairman of the Committee on Education, Ngo; the member representing Asari-Toru Constituency II, Hon. God’s Time Horsfall and the member representing Etche Constituency II, Hon. Golden Ngozi Chioma. Others were: the member representing Bonny Constituency, Hon. Aye Atamah Pepple; the member representing Akuku-Toru Constituency I, Hon. Onari Brown; the member representing Ogba/Egbema/Ndoni Constituency II, Hon. Lucky Odili; the member representing Port Harcourt Constituency III, Hon. Victor Ihunwo and the member representing Khana Constituency I, Hon. Legborsi Nwidadah.

The lawmakers alleged in the motion that the on-going recruitment exercise being carried out by the Ministry of Education with RSUBEB and RSSSSB as passive participants would not augur well for the management of the school system in the state.

They also raised fears that the on-going recruitment of teachers, if allowed to be handled by the Ministry of Education, could encourage discontent among the school managers and the Ministry, thereby making a mess of the series of reforms initiated by the  Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi-led administration in the education sector.

However, the Commissioner, Lawrence-Nemi and her team from the Ministry of Education, failed to appear before the 32-member House to answer questions bordering on the alleged usurpation of powers and functions of the boards of the Universal Basic Education and the Senior Secondary Schools by her ministry.

The refusal of the Commissioner to appear, which the legislators described as a slight on their integrity, incurred the wrath of the members, as most of those who spoke during the day’s sitting called for a warrant of arrest be issued on her without further invitation.

To the Leaders of the House, Hon. Chidi Julius Lloyd, it was an anomaly for a commissioner screened and approved by the lawmakers to shun their invitation. He however called on his colleagues to give the Commissioner another chance, failure of which the State Commissioner of Police would be directed to arrest her.

For the Speaker, Amachree, in his 10 years as a state lawmaker, it was the first time a serving Commissioner would disobey an order from the State House of Assembly.

He said; “I have never seen or heard for my years as a lawmaker, that a commissioner would refuse to appear before the lawmakers to answer questions. But, as a leader and considering what the Leader of the House has appealed, we summon her tomorrow (Thursday).”

Directing the Clerk of the House to write and invite the Commissioner, the Permanent Secretary and the directors of the ministry to appear before the House again, the Speaker said he would invoke powers vested on him by relevant sections of the 1999 Constitution and arrest Lawrence-Nemi if she failed to appear before the House for the second time.

Perhaps, due to the threat of arrest, the Commissioner and her team finally appeared on the floor of the 32-member House where she cited ill-heath as the main reason for her inability to appear before the lawmakers the previous day.

Lawrence-Nemi however told the lawmakers that she was ready to accept whatever decision the House would take.

After grilling her for about five hours over the alleged usurpation of powers and functions of the boards of the senior secondary schools and the UBE, the House ordered her to relinquish the rights to the two boards, especially as it affects the teachers’ recruitment exercise in the state.

The House also lifted the suspension placed on the exercise and transferred same to the RSUBEB and RSSSSB.

Lawrence-Nemi also told the lawmakers that the teachers’ recruitment exercise came as a result of the State Executive Council’s decision to recruit more teachers to fill the several schools constructed by the Amaechi-led government.

She admitted before the lawmakers that the recruitment, promotion, and firing of teachers were not part of her duty but that of the Boards, while the Ministry supervises them. The commissioner said further that she applied for about N55 million for the recruitment exercise and estimated N1 billion for the payment of salaries of the 13,000 teachers.

She also said she employed the services of consultants in the exercise and sourced funds from the applicants through the sale of scratch cards.

It is on record that each of the 42,000 applicants who sat for the aptitude test spent not less than N1,500 for the application forms and scratch cards, amounting to over N50 million, which went into the coffers of the participating banks and the West African Examination Council (WAEC).

The latest but brief face-off between the executive and legislature in the state may at the end, be a sign of good things to come, which may bring an end to the toga of ‘Rubber Stamp’ legislature on the side of the lawmakers.

N/B- you guys have to wait alittle longer.From a reliable source,it might be till 2013
Re: Rivers State Teachers Recruitment 2012 by Ogoscco(f): 8:31am On Nov 21, 2012
these pple are hrtless,they just lifted the hrt of jobless youth and turned them down.May God hv Mercy on Rivers state.
Re: Rivers State Teachers Recruitment 2012 by Nationsdaddy: 5:45am On Nov 23, 2012
@ogosco God pass dem.
Re: Rivers State Teachers Recruitment 2012 by barneyboy(f): 3:04am On Dec 16, 2012
My God pls help us let dis teaching job not slip thru our hands in jesus name amen let de various heads or head be disturbed 4 our sake 4 d hurdles sweat and hard work thru christ our lord amen
Re: Rivers State Teachers Recruitment 2012 by Thankgodiyke(m): 8:06pm On Dec 17, 2012
Wil they start d whole thin afresh or continue frm wher ministry stop
Re: Rivers State Teachers Recruitment 2012 by Ogoscco(f): 3:10pm On Dec 31, 2012
happy new year of greater and amazing appointment 2013 to all expeccccccant teachers /employees

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Re: Rivers State Teachers Recruitment 2012 by olabscars(m): 8:58pm On Jan 01, 2013
Same to u my brother.Hope the year will usher in better oppportunities for us in Jesus' name.Congrats to all of us.
Re: Rivers State Teachers Recruitment 2012 by Tenasvick: 8:47am On Jan 07, 2013
HAPPY NEW YEAR. GOD'S FAVOUR BE WITH YOU ALL IN JESUS NAME AMEN.
Re: Rivers State Teachers Recruitment 2012 by rOsy247(f): 5:27pm On Jan 13, 2013
Pls house what is the latest info on this teachers recruitment stuff?
Re: Rivers State Teachers Recruitment 2012 by olabscars(m): 10:13pm On Jan 13, 2013
No info 4 now cos the process has been handed over to rivers UBE.Lets keep our fingers crossing.Happy new year to u all.
Re: Rivers State Teachers Recruitment 2012 by justi4jesu(f): 8:52am On Jan 18, 2013
Me am waiting patiently for them anytime God touches their heart. But still applying to other vacancies.
Re: Rivers State Teachers Recruitment 2012 by olabscars(m): 9:30pm On Jan 24, 2013
@all,we needed to apply to any other opportunity we ve cos politician are really playing us.God will help.
Re: Rivers State Teachers Recruitment 2012 by Iniobon(m): 11:20am On Feb 01, 2013
Be informed the list is re-pasted. Check ur name and date of interview. Goodluck.
Re: Rivers State Teachers Recruitment 2012 by Nationsdaddy: 2:39pm On Feb 01, 2013
dat"s rite iniobon. i just got a cal dat interview might start afresh next week.
Re: Rivers State Teachers Recruitment 2012 by Lemon1(m): 2:40pm On Feb 01, 2013
pls i don't know if anybody can help me check for my interview date ...am not in port nw ...if yes just send me ur mail address so dat i can forward my details to u....thanks in advance

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