Adamawa: As school re-opens Gov Fintiri sues Teachers over residential quarters
… More facts emerge to present to the court for hearing
By Tom Garba, Yola
Adamawa State Government have dragged Teachers of Secondary schools in the State who are tenants in the residential quarters across the state to rent tribunal of them occupying the Houses illegally.
The State government in a motion exparte seeking an order to serve the occupants seven days notice to only retire Teachers to vacate the quarters, according to a Teachers who is still with the state government lamented the notice included and affected many serving teachers in the state.
A Teacher working with Government Girls school Yola, pleaded for this Medium to concealed his identity for fair of victimization made available a compressive list of all the affected staff under the ministry of education and human development.
He said the administration of Governor Ahmadu has failed to fulfil the promised made to the people of Adamawa State to revive the education system at all levels.
According to him Fintiri rode on the wings of a civil servant to became the present Governor of the state but turned out pretty good to only him and his political allies but the civil servants are languishing in pains because of his unpalatable policies.
He lamented that the government ought to have solved the current disturbing issue where Junior Secondary schools pupils are yet for the Graduating Exams (JSCE) ,and no instructional materials in almost all the schools but prefer to divert their attention to what will not give the state a good name.
“As schools reopened for over three months, a serious government would have a focus on the well being of the Teachers and the students, but what we are seeing is the opposite, yet they want people to believe the Governor is working. Let me tell in Education sector where I’m currently working nothing good is happening to all and sundry
Daily Times gathered that facts emerged from an authentic list of all the civil servants given the quit notice letter revealed that Teachers still serving and those on transfer are the most affected than those retired.
Recall the government through its commissioner of Education and human development, Mrs Wilbernar Jackson said the Teachers are illegal occupants as they have since been retired.
Mrs Jackson who responded via a telephone chat, however, said the government have set up a committee for that purpose and does not want to preempt their decision.
According to her whatever it is a report of the committee will be presented to her and until then she Will like to address the issue properly.