Governor Zulum has set up a committee to look into the activities of fake teachers in Borno state
The governor of Borno state, Babagana Umara Zulum has ordered a review of the assessment of primary teachers conducted in December 2020, which identified 7,794 bogus teachers among 22,556 bogus workers across the 27 local governments of Borno state.
Zulum established a committee to evaluate primary teachers under the leadership of Dr. Shettima Kullima, the former chairman of the Borno State Board of Education,
The committee assessed 26,450 teachers on Government salaries of which 7,794 were identified as bogus employees.
The Nigerian Union of Teachers (NUT) in Borno State has complained that out of the 7,794 bogus workers, about 624 teachers are believed to have been mistakenly included in the list of bogus workers.
Governor Zulum in his response, set up a review committee which he launched today in Maiduguri.
The governor, during the inauguration, gave four terms where he asked the committee to carefully study the names of 624 people listed by the NUT.
The committee will review the two reports submitted to the Governor on the evaluation of teachers and the biometric data copies of local and local government employees.
Zulum appointed the secretary to the state government, Usman Jidda Shuwa as the chairman of the committee, the commissioner of local governments and kingdoms of the state, Sugun Mai Mele as the vice chairman, while the members of the group include representatives of the Nigerian Union of Teachers (NUT), national. The Union of Local Government Employees (NULGE), and other senior government officials related to the terms of the committee.
1. There should be a thorough analysis of the evaluation of local government employees and local government education agencies, as conducted by the two committees and the evaluation of those who have been dismissed but have a reason to reinstate them.
2. Measuring the management system of the local governments as a whole and knowing whether such plans are consistent with the personnel system and the management system of the local governments.
3. Give suggestions on how the Government can best implement the minimum wage in local governments.
4. Any matter that the committee deems to be in accordance with the Terms of Reference as listed above.