Tag: NUT

Kaduna Teachers Begin Indefinite Strike

Some teachers in Kaduna state refused to return to work on Monday in compliance with the directive of the state chapter of the Nigerian Union of Teachers (NUT). The union had asked its members to stay away from work in protest of the decision of the state government to sack[Read More…]

Public Schools In Bayelsa State Remain Closed Over 7 Months Salary Arrears

Public primary and secondary schools in Bayelsa have yet to resume for the 2016/2017 session because of the failure of the state government to settle their seven months salary arrears. The teachers embarked on a strike at the end of the 2015/2016 long vacation which ended in the first week[Read More…]

Osun Teachers Threaten To Embark On Indefinite Strike, Give Agregbesola 14 Days Ultimatum

Teachers in Osun have given the state government 14-day ultimatum to pay their outstanding allowances, release running grants and provide instructional materials in schools. This was contained in a letter sent to Governor Rauf Aregbesola by the state chapter of the Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT). The union warned that[Read More…]

173 Nigerian Teachers Killed By Boko Haram Insurgents

The Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT) has decried the loss of 173 teachers to Boko Haram insurgents in North-East. The National President of NUT, Mr Michael Olukoya, decried the death of the teachers when he spoke in Uyo on Friday. Olukoya expressed regrets that the union lost 170 teachers in[Read More…]

Edo Competency Test: Teachers Union Call For a Boycott

NAN The competency test ordered by Edo government for teachers in public schools recorded low turn-out, as many teachers refused to participate in the exercise held on Saturday. The test was scheduled to hold simultaneously in the three senatorial districts of the state. When a correspondent visited the University of[Read More…]