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Re: My Heart Felt Message To GRADUATES Teaching In Private Primary/secondary Schoo by Tumbulum: 3:01pm On Jul 28, 2019
rozayx5:
lol

my elder sis came back from richmond university in the Uk to a 5k amonth job in 2002

teaching in a school cheesy cheesy cheesy

this life sha
nothing wey i neva see
that's village peoples work.

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Re: My Heart Felt Message To GRADUATES Teaching In Private Primary/secondary Schoo by yesloaded: 3:01pm On Jul 28, 2019
mikkycoins:
Has anyone noticed this?
Female school owners aka proprietress are very mean and wicked. Not generalizing though
I thought these women should be caring towards their fellow humans but they're even worse than their Male folks.
Well op should look for a skill to learn
I better do menial jobs that pays above 40k a month than to be a slave under someone cos I'm a graduate.
OP get your hands dirty and save a little money to start something.
God keep you bro
Based on my experience, you are not far from truth sir

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Re: My Heart Felt Message To GRADUATES Teaching In Private Primary/secondary Schoo by thecongrega: 3:02pm On Jul 28, 2019
That's cheating.
You should have resign you notice the boss is a thief
Re: My Heart Felt Message To GRADUATES Teaching In Private Primary/secondary Schoo by udemzyudex(m): 3:02pm On Jul 28, 2019
Chimpretty:
@op, that's what we teachers see, as a graduate of pure and industrial chemistry, I handle 2core science subjects and 1 minor, at the end of the month it's story story. Right now am done,am not going back to that school, I dash them my 1.1/2 salary.


Some employers are pure evil, you will see them buying cars, building houses and investing but to pay their workers is always a pain in their neck.

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Re: My Heart Felt Message To GRADUATES Teaching In Private Primary/secondary Schoo by Adeolajude(m): 3:03pm On Jul 28, 2019
Two things worrying the poster and others is 1. Fear.: you fear to let go of the penury money to find better thing. Two..we human being don't like to think out side the box..go and find private lessons and u will Get paid more than what the woman is paying you..but we all want to answer to a particular place of work.education is not bad..it only become a bondage if u think salary is the only thing education can offer u

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Re: My Heart Felt Message To GRADUATES Teaching In Private Primary/secondary Schoo by Emmy9ite(m): 3:04pm On Jul 28, 2019
SirWhiteFish:
I looked back at the beginning of this year, precisely 14th January 2019 when I started working at a private primary school. Three weeks later, I was told that I had to be taking two primary five students extra lessons after closing (3pm), and the pay was 1k each. With my monthly salary which was 13,000 added to the "1k" each makes 15 thousand.

You would think I earned 13k for three months abi! No I didn't. The first salary I got was the half of 13k. The woman just called the staff on the 28th of January and gave me 6.5k. I had no idea what was going on and I thought she was going to balance up at the beginning of February just like she said while addressing us but it was a lie. it was at the end of the term, the third month April, that I got to know I am being ripped off. She said she was going to pay 5000 naira at the end of the term as salary because school opened for just 10 days. It was the greatest shock of my life. A graduate, a grown up man like me, taking 5000 naira home!!
I wanted to leave but I couldn't because I wouldn't be paid for the common entrance lesson and I had not gotten any other opportunities elsewhere.

Sometimes in early February, She called me that I would be handling primary 5 Common entrance lessons which is meant to hold every Saturday and at the end of the third term the money will be shared between Me, a staff that partners me and the proprietress. She said the money will be shared 60%(I and another man) to 40%(the proprietress). The formula was very unfair and strange to me. The sharing formula seemed very strange to me and I challenged it but she enforced it.

Fast forward to early this month, precisely 3rd of July, the proprietress started acting strange and insulting all the workers and all that. The following week she sent one of the oldest staff by to inquire what will be the staff reaction if they are not paid at the end if the term. The staff said they won't agree to such and some even threaten various actions. Fast forward to Thursday 25th of July, vacation day. the woman started up a plethora of complaints deliberately she said she was going to pay 4000 as July salary. The same thing she did at the end of second term. At the end she ended up not paying a dime. She didn't pay any of us. Not even the common entrance lesson which made me stay.

I cried and stayed inside throughout Friday. I had a deep thinking, with my academic background! Was it that I didn't know my worth? with all my struggles to be successful academically I am now slaving in one private school for a paltry sum of 15k, money wey I no fit cope with as an undergraduate! Money wey be say no reach my NYSC allawe!
I really feel for graduates going through phases like this. I really feel for graduates teaching at private schools. I pray better days finds you and I soon.

So sorry man.

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Re: My Heart Felt Message To GRADUATES Teaching In Private Primary/secondary Schoo by Longnthick(m): 3:05pm On Jul 28, 2019
You can go to Chaste Intellect, a school in GRA Ilorin, they pay well and they even give you lunch... Thank me later...
Re: My Heart Felt Message To GRADUATES Teaching In Private Primary/secondary Schoo by Ikidons(m): 3:05pm On Jul 28, 2019
I'm sorry for that but I think you simply settled for less. What are your aspirations and dreams? You should have gone for them? THINK BIG bro!!

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Re: My Heart Felt Message To GRADUATES Teaching In Private Primary/secondary Schoo by laivwire(m): 3:09pm On Jul 28, 2019
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Re: My Heart Felt Message To GRADUATES Teaching In Private Primary/secondary Schoo by Globalistic(f): 3:09pm On Jul 28, 2019
Hello Writer, I just laughed after reading your epistle because I once passed thru this phase of life. I was squatting with my sister in 2014 and teaching as well. But today, God changed my story for good... My advise to you is that you should keep pushing and never you forget God Almighty. Keep praying and ensure you pay your TITHE. Also, learn to sow dangerous seed and you will see things working for your favour. God bless you.

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Re: My Heart Felt Message To GRADUATES Teaching In Private Primary/secondary Schoo by DeRay98(m): 3:10pm On Jul 28, 2019
mikkycoins:
[b[i]]Has anyone noticed this?
Female school owners aka proprietress are very mean and wicked. Not generalizing though
I thought these women should be caring towards their fellow humans but they're even worse than their Male folks[/i].
Well op should look for a skill to learn
I better do menial jobs that pays above 40k a month than to be a slave under someone cos I'm a graduate.
OP get your hands dirty and save a little money to start something.
God keep you bro[/b]
You're right...
Ask bankers who have female bosses, it's same. Lots of women become "Wonsters" once they're in a position of power especially if they control your access to money or pay your salary...this is a known fact with very few exceptions and I have experience to back up my assertion.

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Re: My Heart Felt Message To GRADUATES Teaching In Private Primary/secondary Schoo by Jhayeahsam01(m): 3:12pm On Jul 28, 2019
make God establish me fast fast teaching job especially in privates no be moi moi oo
I have tried Kara and Lagos
Re: My Heart Felt Message To GRADUATES Teaching In Private Primary/secondary Schoo by Jhayeahsam01(m): 3:13pm On Jul 28, 2019
Jhayeahsam01:
make God establish me fast fast teaching job especially in privates no be moi moi oo
I have tried wKara and Lagos
Re: My Heart Felt Message To GRADUATES Teaching In Private Primary/secondary Schoo by Immaculate090: 3:13pm On Jul 28, 2019
SirWhiteFish:
I looked back at the beginning of this year, precisely 14th January 2019 when I started working at a private primary school. Three weeks later, I was told that I had to be taking two primary five students extra lessons after closing (3pm), and the pay was 1k each. With my monthly salary which was 13,000 added to the "1k" each makes 15 thousand.

You would think I earned 13k for three months abi! No I didn't. The first salary I got was the half of 13k. The woman just called the staff on the 28th of January and gave me 6.5k. I had no idea what was going on and I thought she was going to balance up at the beginning of February just like she said while addressing us but it was a lie. it was at the end of the term, the third month April, that I got to know I am being ripped off. She said she was going to pay 5000 naira at the end of the term as salary because school opened for just 10 days. It was the greatest shock of my life. A graduate, a grown up man like me, taking 5000 naira home!!
I wanted to leave but I couldn't because I wouldn't be paid for the common entrance lesson and I had not gotten any other opportunities elsewhere.

Sometimes in early February, She called me that I would be handling primary 5 Common entrance lessons which is meant to hold every Saturday and at the end of the third term the money will be shared between Me, a staff that partners me and the proprietress. She said the money will be shared 60%(I and another man) to 40%(the proprietress). The formula was very unfair and strange to me. The sharing formula seemed very strange to me and I challenged it but she enforced it.

Fast forward to early this month, precisely 3rd of July, the proprietress started acting strange and insulting all the workers and all that. The following week she sent one of the oldest staff by to inquire what will be the staff reaction if they are not paid at the end if the term. The staff said they won't agree to such and some even threaten various actions. Fast forward to Thursday 25th of July, vacation day. the woman started up a plethora of complaints deliberately she said she was going to pay 4000 as July salary. The same thing she did at the end of second term. At the end she ended up not paying a dime. She didn't pay any of us. Not even the common entrance lesson which made me stay.

I cried and stayed inside throughout Friday. I had a deep thinking, with my academic background! Was it that I didn't know my worth? with all my struggles to be successful academically I am now slaving in one private school for a paltry sum of 15k, money wey I no fit cope with as an undergraduate! Money wey be say no reach my NYSC allawe!
I really feel for graduates going through phases like this. I really feel for graduates teaching at private schools. I pray better days finds you and I soon.








I was in the same shoe, it takes fasting and prayer to get out of the mess....let's pray as graduates for good job, because na slot Dem dey use for job now but with d grace of God we shall overcome in Jesus name.

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Re: My Heart Felt Message To GRADUATES Teaching In Private Primary/secondary Schoo by Herbephe1(m): 3:14pm On Jul 28, 2019
OP.. hope we were not teaching in the same school? that's the senario I passed through some years back, I endured it for 4years and I am back home still writing the application from one P. school to another...
Planning of venturing in to Yahooism, I can't blame those Yahoo guys again, Nigeria is a hell country to be... ��

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Re: My Heart Felt Message To GRADUATES Teaching In Private Primary/secondary Schoo by Jokerman(m): 3:15pm On Jul 28, 2019
How much is the average fees of a student per term??

How large is the workforce??

How many students does the school have??

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Re: My Heart Felt Message To GRADUATES Teaching In Private Primary/secondary Schoo by triplec93(m): 3:15pm On Jul 28, 2019
I have being teaching in a private secondary school for some few months after nysc, the pay is not big but way better than yours and no irregularities in payments, yet I'm pissed off with the job. Guy y u even accept such a job sef, though na condition make crayfish bend.I planning to build myself up and leave teaching soon.My advice to you is try to build urself up and see ur present job as passage of time. May God help us all.

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Re: My Heart Felt Message To GRADUATES Teaching In Private Primary/secondary Schoo by ejimatic: 3:15pm On Jul 28, 2019
SirWhiteFish:
I looked back at the beginning of this year, precisely 14th January 2019 when I started working at a private primary school. Three weeks later, I was told that I had to be taking two primary five students extra lessons after closing (3pm), and the pay was 1k each. With my monthly salary which was 13,000 added to the "1k" each makes 15 thousand.

You would think I earned 13k for three months abi! No I didn't. The first salary I got was the half of 13k. The woman just called the staff on the 28th of January and gave me 6.5k. I had no idea what was going on and I thought she was going to balance up at the beginning of February just like she said while addressing us but it was a lie. it was at the end of the term, the third month April, that I got to know I am being ripped off. She said she was going to pay 5000 naira at the end of the term as salary because school opened for just 10 days. It was the greatest shock of my life. A graduate, a grown up man like me, taking 5000 naira home!!
I wanted to leave but I couldn't because I wouldn't be paid for the common entrance lesson and I had not gotten any other opportunities elsewhere.

Sometimes in early February, She called me that I would be handling primary 5 Common entrance lessons which is meant to hold every Saturday and at the end of the third term the money will be shared between Me, a staff that partners me and the proprietress. She said the money will be shared 60%(I and another man) to 40%(the proprietress). The formula was very unfair and strange to me. The sharing formula seemed very strange to me and I challenged it but she enforced it.

Fast forward to early this month, precisely 3rd of July, the proprietress started acting strange and insulting all the workers and all that. The following week she sent one of the oldest staff by to inquire what will be the staff reaction if they are not paid at the end if the term. The staff said they won't agree to such and some even threaten various actions. Fast forward to Thursday 25th of July, vacation day. the woman started up a plethora of complaints deliberately she said she was going to pay 4000 as July salary. The same thing she did at the end of second term. At the end she ended up not paying a dime. She didn't pay any of us. Not even the common entrance lesson which made me stay.

I cried and stayed inside throughout Friday. I had a deep thinking, with my academic background! Was it that I didn't know my worth? with all my struggles to be successful academically I am now slaving in one private school for a paltry sum of 15k, money wey I no fit cope with as an undergraduate! Money wey be say no reach my NYSC allawe!
I really feel for graduates going through phases like this. I really feel for graduates teaching at private schools. I pray better days finds you and I soon.
. Private school owners are wicked people who use peoples talents to build their career and create wealth for themselves. They pay January salary in February February in March and so on.They treat workers like slaves and yet most of them will say they are running school ministry. Liars and hypocrites. May God open better way for all those working in private schools.Please bear up
.Better ways ahead!

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Re: My Heart Felt Message To GRADUATES Teaching In Private Primary/secondary Schoo by captainking(m): 3:16pm On Jul 28, 2019
Op... I share in your experience .. Some 7 years ago.. I was made to teach agriculture from. Js1 to ss3.. A subject I last learnt in 1997 to 99.i also taught commerce and Econs ss1 to ss3.. All for peanuts.. I worked just a month before resignation for a better job..

The thing is this.. Op... You need to show some urgency to leave that job by double your job application efforts.trust me.. You will get another Better job... If I want a new job.. I make getting a new job a job.. By dedicating at least 3 hrs a day surfing the internet.

By the way.. Are you aware that... Persons who do kpom kpom work earn at least 1.5k to 3k daily?? Way more than those who teach.. Now... You don't have to do odd jobs for ever.. You do for a while to save up while you keep applying for other jobs. Any one that comes first.. Either you saved enough for a business or a better job comes.
I did kpom kpom work with a contractor at gsk agbara... But If you see me.. I leave home dressing coporate and carry laptop brief like am going to office. After the job.. I clean up and head home. Packaging.. I worked in bakery... I worked in a nylon production company.. I worked in hotels.. Bro.. Believe me.. It just keeps getting better and every previous jobs leads to a better one..

On another note.. Employers or business men who carry religion on their head are the worst to work with or do business with.. Any one that works in the financial sector will confirm this..

In all... It will be well with you bro... But up your game... Resign and think outside the box..

Now.. A learning curve from my experience is this.. Any company that delays or owes salary or pays part is a red flag and a sign that you should start planning on your exit.. Cos it gets worse from there..

Peace.

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Re: My Heart Felt Message To GRADUATES Teaching In Private Primary/secondary Schoo by Zinny25(f): 3:16pm On Jul 28, 2019
SirWhiteFish:
I looked back at the beginning of this year, precisely 14th January 2019 when I started working at a private primary school. Three weeks later, I was told that I had to be taking two primary five students extra lessons after closing (3pm), and the pay was 1k each. With my monthly salary which was 13,000 added to the "1k" each makes 15 thousand.

You would think I earned 13k for three months abi! No I didn't. The first salary I got was the half of 13k. The woman just called the staff on the 28th of January and gave me 6.5k. I had no idea what was going on and I thought she was going to balance up at the beginning of February just like she said while addressing us but it was a lie. it was at the end of the term, the third month April, that I got to know I am being ripped off. She said she was going to pay 5000 naira at the end of the term as salary because school opened for just 10 days. It was the greatest shock of my life. A graduate, a grown up man like me, taking 5000 naira home!!
I wanted to leave but I couldn't because I wouldn't be paid for the common entrance lesson and I had not gotten any other opportunities elsewhere.

Sometimes in early February, She called me that I would be handling primary 5 Common entrance lessons which is meant to hold every Saturday and at the end of the third term the money will be shared between Me, a staff that partners me and the proprietress. She said the money will be shared 60%(I and another man) to 40%(the proprietress). The formula was very unfair and strange to me. The sharing formula seemed very strange to me and I challenged it but she enforced it.

Fast forward to early this month, precisely 3rd of July, the proprietress started acting strange and insulting all the workers and all that. The following week she sent one of the oldest staff by to inquire what will be the staff reaction if they are not paid at the end if the term. The staff said they won't agree to such and some even threaten various actions. Fast forward to Thursday 25th of July, vacation day. the woman started up a plethora of complaints deliberately she said she was going to pay 4000 as July salary. The same thing she did at the end of second term. At the end she ended up not paying a dime. She didn't pay any of us. Not even the common entrance lesson which made me stay.

I cried and stayed inside throughout Friday. I had a deep thinking, with my academic background! Was it that I didn't know my worth? with all my struggles to be successful academically I am now slaving in one private school for a paltry sum of 15k, money wey I no fit cope with as an undergraduate! Money wey be say no reach my NYSC allawe!
I really feel for graduates going through phases like this. I really feel for graduates teaching at private schools. I pray better days finds you and I soon.
Which state? If you are a graduate then don't go to all these mushroom private schools around, I know private schools can be mean but some of them come with good pay. My first salary as a teacher was #30,000, I do after school lesson for the pupils (not compulsory though) 5k for each child that participates, then I do one or two home lessons which is btw 25k - 30k, depending on the status of the parents ( if u work In oil company I charge 40k sef). I make close to 100k though I have quit teaching now. I still think it depends on the school you are teaching. I have male friends that have been teaching for more than 8 years, they make nothing less than 200k per month. Just look for a better school, once you are good parents will look for you to tutor their kids

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Re: My Heart Felt Message To GRADUATES Teaching In Private Primary/secondary Schoo by Apination(m): 3:17pm On Jul 28, 2019
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Re: My Heart Felt Message To GRADUATES Teaching In Private Primary/secondary Schoo by SegunDgr8(m): 3:18pm On Jul 28, 2019
Op,have been in your shoes before. I took a drastic decision and left the school...I didn't even tell the proprietress that I was leaving. The following week, the woman called me severally but I ignored her calls. She sent staffs that know my house to come to beg me, but I declined and told me why I left.
I cried my eyes out and determined I was never going back to that school. My brother we all have stories jare...
My advice for you is to follow your mind and do what you thinks is best for you...
keep your head up high, things will get better.

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Re: My Heart Felt Message To GRADUATES Teaching In Private Primary/secondary Schoo by drmikeadams(m): 3:18pm On Jul 28, 2019
DeRay98:

You're right...
Ask bankers who have female bosses, it's same. Lots of women become "Wonsters" once they're in a position of power especially if they control your access to money or pay your salary...this is a known fact with very few exceptions and I have experience to back up my assertion.
grin grin worked for a woman before in her company grin grin even Jesus will not convince me to work with another woman grin fear those over religious humans

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Re: My Heart Felt Message To GRADUATES Teaching In Private Primary/secondary Schoo by noble2faith(m): 3:20pm On Jul 28, 2019
DrBrainstorm:
It not too late to start something. U can still learn a skill, not necessarily vocational skill, cause that what most people think when they hear of "skill". Only that u are going to spend little money and much of ur time.
U can go into;
Web design
Web Development
Mobile Apps Development
Graphics Design.



I need tutorials for the listed
Re: My Heart Felt Message To GRADUATES Teaching In Private Primary/secondary Schoo by Ukamlinus36(m): 3:21pm On Jul 28, 2019
Pls don't revive my wounds. private schools!

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Re: My Heart Felt Message To GRADUATES Teaching In Private Primary/secondary Schoo by Jayloy: 3:22pm On Jul 28, 2019
Skilled labour is the way or better still, enterprise.
Re: My Heart Felt Message To GRADUATES Teaching In Private Primary/secondary Schoo by doyinbaby(f): 3:23pm On Jul 28, 2019
Remove that tie.., forget certificate for now....go and start frying plantain,sweet potato,yam on very busy street in a populated part of Lagos....buy the yam ,potato,plantain, in bulk from mile 12......you don't need plenty capital for it....fry these food stuff every day.....you will surely SMILE......the truth there are some private job that will only waste your youth and make you wretched.....enter street and hustle.. don't allow a school proprietress impoverish you

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Re: My Heart Felt Message To GRADUATES Teaching In Private Primary/secondary Schoo by SammieRexx(m): 3:23pm On Jul 28, 2019
I read through every word you wrote up there and can't help but feel your pain. I left a teaching in a very good and reputable school in abuja with 85k salary ( I make 2times that amt from extra lessons) about a year ago and have never regretted it. Teaching wastes ones time and you get tied down. Pls do resign.....it might be rough at first but it will be better eventually, never allow anybody to talk you down....know your self worth and keep pushing until u get that which you are looking for. No hustle is too small or not befitting your status quo so long as it pays your bills. Learn a skill or trade. God help you

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Re: My Heart Felt Message To GRADUATES Teaching In Private Primary/secondary Schoo by Bhol28: 3:23pm On Jul 28, 2019
pocohantas:
Private school get class.

Just a select few get into the high class private schools. The rest are stuck in those neighbourhood schools that do not even have complete registratiom to run a corporate account...

I taught in one way back. It is usually the first resort for the average job-seeking graduate. I remember the pay was a little about 10k. They handed me a staffbook. It contained so many DON'Ts and each attracted a fine. Somehow, 95% of the DONTs looked like what you must DO (inadvertently).

To worsen it sef, the principal been dey send me to buy him chilled Pepsi. If e no cold well, e go send me back to change am.

Abeg, I pray for every Nigerian graduate looking for a job or source of livelihood. One day e go better.
Na wa o,e go send u back go change am,on top dt 10k.Thunder must fire am people can be so mean

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Re: My Heart Felt Message To GRADUATES Teaching In Private Primary/secondary Schoo by AKzee(m): 3:24pm On Jul 28, 2019
This is pathetic. I can relate. In such cases, experience has been gathered. Now move to the next level. If you have anyone in Abuja, I recommend you relocate to Abuja. Teaching in Abuja is bae. There are schools paying as high as 250K but still not worth it Sha. Sorry bro.

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Re: My Heart Felt Message To GRADUATES Teaching In Private Primary/secondary Schoo by HULSH(m): 3:24pm On Jul 28, 2019
bustykasa:
its pathetic...I earn 10k as a teacher in zaki biam benue state.....a graduate of Public administration. just managing myself


Ighohyam, is it truly this bad over there? Someone said it but I couldn't believe the person. 10k salary for a graduate. How worse can it get?
Like those pips up there are advising let's learn a skill. I'm planning on learning how to repair computers and phones during this holiday. BTW, I'm also teaching in a private school in Makurdi.
Re: My Heart Felt Message To GRADUATES Teaching In Private Primary/secondary Schoo by tck2000(m): 3:24pm On Jul 28, 2019
I laugh at all these stories....But really teachers are undervalued....I don't know if it's because my mom is a teacher or i just respect them but i think they ought to be in "The Top Three Highest Paid Profession" if not highest paid.

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