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FG Reveals When Teachers Will Start Getting Increased Salaries



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The Muhammadu Buhari-led federal government has revealed that teachers will start receiving the new salary structure from January 2022.


Minister of State for Education, Chukwuemeka Nwajiuba, disclosed this on Thursday in Abuja at a symposium organised by the Ministry of Education.

Nwajiuba, who was represented by the ministry’s Permanent Secretary, Sonny Echono, said work was being finalised on the new salary structure.

According to the minister, the incentives promised by President Buhari ranged from allowances, housing, training, elongation of service year from 35 to 40, among others.

Echono said, “The President has approved the enhanced salary structure and we will finish it very soon.

“The President specifically approved that it should take effect from 2022.

“We are doing all to finish it to ensure that by January 2022, teachers should get the remuneration they deserve.

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“We are fast-tracking the process of implementation to see that by the end of the year we will be able to tell Mr President that all the incentives he has approved are ready for implementation.

“The President has taken the lead by approving a far-reaching and revitalising programme for the teaching profession in this country and there are many soft incentives in that.

“All that is required is for other actors down the line like state governors, the National Assembly and others to key into this initiative and ensure that the implementation is seamless.

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“For instance, we are tired of hearing how long teachers are being owed salaries in states.

“It is criminal. So, with the new initiative, we have incentives to attract the best brains and retain them in the teaching profession. All welfare issues including housing, training and retraining, enhanced remuneration, allowances are being taken care of.”

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