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GOL To Retire 148 Public School Teachers In Nimba

By Solomon T. Gaye Sr.
The Government of Liberia through the Ministry of Education is to shortly retire 148 public school teachers assigned at various public schools in the 13 education districts in Nimba County.
According to CEO, Moses Dologbay, the 148 Teachers have been teaching in the classroom for more than 25 years working with the Ministry of Education as Teachers and deserve honors for their long dedicated services rendered the government and people of Liberia.
Speaking, in exclusive interview to this paper in Sanniquellie , ( CEO) Moses Dologbay, added that Nimba’s 13 Schools in the district contains 447 government schools, with 128 private schools and 82 faith base schools that registered with the Ministry of Education providing education in the county.
Nimba CEO Dologbay, further said that immediately after retiring the long service Teachers in the county MOE will recruit more government Teachers to be assigned at the 447 public schools in the 13 education districts respectively.
Since the beginning of 2019- 2020 academic year in the County, reports of acute shortage of Teachers to be assigned in the 13 education districts have been the order of the day and citizens are very much concerned in the nine electoral districts in the county.

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