33 Nigerian Teachers Arrive

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The Liberian Government through the Ministry of Education (MOE) has announced the arrival and subsequent deployment of 33 Nigerian teachers to secondary public schools in seven of the 15 counties.
Deputy Information Minister Isaac Jackson, who made the disclosure on Tuesday, said the assignment of the Nigerian teachers is an effort of bilateral relationship between Liberia and Nigeria.
Some of the teachers, according to Jackson, will be assigned in Maryland, Sinoe, Grand Kru, Nimba, Rivercess and Montserrado counties. Jackson said the Nigerian teachers will teach the science courses, while others will take up posts in Gbarnga and Margibi counties, respectively.
Some of them will be assigned at the Barclayville Central High, Sinoe Multilateral High, Pleebo High School, Cesstown High school, Buutuo Central High, Bopolu Central High and a school in Montserrado.
The three that are already selected to be assigned at the Buutuo Central High in Nimba are, Kazeem Rafiu, Tayusaheed Antanda and Bamilore Oluwaseyi. They will teach Mathematics, Chemistry and Biology respectively.


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