Soludo Says His Govt Committed To Improved Teaching In Anambra State

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Governor Charles Soludo

Anambra State Governor, Prof. Chukwuma Soludo has said his administration would concentrate on quality teachers and improved teaching in Anambra Schools.

Governor Soludo gave the assurance when he participated in the 2022 World Teachers’ Day celebration held at Teachers’ House, Awka.

“The future of a society depends on the quality of teachers and teaching. A society without qualitative teachers and teaching is a society that would die”, the Governor said.

He expressed happiness for being able to celebrate with them regardless of emergencies for the day, pointing out that teachers are the greatest emergency.

According to him, “Teachers are the foundation. If the foundation is shaky, you can’t build anything”.

He assured that under his administration, the state will not joke with teachers.

“As a teacher, parent or stakeholder, the future of our kids is in your hands. I see this when I look into their eyes. We must endeavour not to disappoint them. The values you inculcate in them is what they will grow up with. You have a big task ahead of you,” Soludo stressed.

While stating that to whom much is given, much is expected, Governor Soludo said that he trusts women teachers who are more in number, to handle the future of Anambra kids with care.

Responding to why women are much in the two newly inaugurated Boards, Governor Soludo recalled how women held sensitive positions during his time as Governor of Central Bank and none of them disappointed him.

“Anything we ought to do for teachers and we fail not to do them, know that our finances cannot cater for it because we are running on a rigid budget.”

Soludo promised to restore power supply in the vicinity by providing a transformer, dedicated to the Teachers’ House.

He reassured that retirees under his watch must get their gratuities, describing them as heroes past that must not be abandoned.

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