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COVID-19 Lockdown: We Are Starving - Private School Teachers Cry Out by Brandstudio01: 1:58pm On Jun 15, 2020
Private school teachers have cried out, noting that they are starving
- The teachers explained that prolonged closure of schools is subjecting them to hunger
- Teachers of private schools have now called on the government to assist them with palliatives

Following the prolonged closure of schools as part of measures to curb the spread of the COVID-19, private school teachers have appealed to the government to assist them with palliatives as they are hungry.

According to the Nigerian Tribune, this was disclosed in a statement signed by Abdul-Ganiyy Raji, the spokesman for the teachers.
Raji explained that it would be callous of the government to wait for owners and teachers of private schools to start dying of starvation before coming to their aid.

The spokesperson speaking further noted that the welfare of private school teachers cannot be ignored, adding that they majority survive on earnings from customers and schools have not collected third term fees.
Re: COVID-19 Lockdown: We Are Starving - Private School Teachers Cry Out by Mustygee(m): 11:56am On Aug 01, 2020
How long is it going to take you to deliver my job after 1 month of taking money from me?

You people can not be be trusted with upfront payment without delivering the job first...

It's been one story or the other since June!!!
Re: COVID-19 Lockdown: We Are Starving - Private School Teachers Cry Out by IDesignLOGO: 12:37pm On Oct 03, 2020
Statistics has it that 2% of Female students are pregnant
Re: COVID-19 Lockdown: We Are Starving - Private School Teachers Cry Out by IDesignLOGO: 12:38pm On Oct 03, 2020
Brandstudio01:
Private school teachers have cried out, noting that they are starving
- The teachers explained that prolonged closure of schools is subjecting them to hunger
- Teachers of private schools have now called on the government to assist them with palliatives

Following the prolonged closure of schools as part of measures to curb the spread of the COVID-19, private school teachers have appealed to the government to assist them with palliatives as they are hungry.

According to the Nigerian Tribune, this was disclosed in a statement signed by Abdul-Ganiyy Raji, the spokesman for the teachers.
Raji explained that it would be callous of the government to wait for owners and teachers of private schools to start dying of starvation before coming to their aid.

The spokesperson speaking further noted that the welfare of private school teachers cannot be ignored, adding that they majority survive on earnings from customers and schools have not collected third term fees.
Statistics has it that 2% of Female students are pregnant

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