Teacher’s Recruitment: Don’t pay anyone for employment – Commissioner
Oyo state government has warned prospective applicants into the state Post Primary School Teaching Service Commission as teaching and non-teaching staff to refrain from paying anyone for employment.
The Commissioner for Education, Science and Technology, Mr Olasunkanmi Olaleye disclosed this while briefing newsmen shortly after an Executive Council Meeting.
Mr Olaleye assured that the recruitment would be based strictly on merit, noting that about one hundred and fifty-six applicants had applied and that the date for a Computer Based Test (CBT) would be next month.
Also speaking, the Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice in the state, Professor Oyelowo Oyewo hinted that a bill for the establishment of the office of public defender that would assist indigent citizens with free legal services would soon be transmitted to the house.
On the employment for Operation Amotekun, Professor Oyewo said recruitment into the security outfit would commence as soon as institutional framework and command network was fully established.
The Commissioner for Health, Dr Bashir Bello also disclosed that the state executive council had approved the purchase of ten ambulances to be distributed across all zones of the state.