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Oct
2022
14

LAGOS TEACHER EMERGES Y2022 BEST TEACHER IN NIGERIA ®™√ INN Nigeria ©

fb img 16657267955217726308434617646106 The Federal Ministry of Education has announced Miss Adeola Adefemi, an English Teacher with the Oke-Odo Senior High School, Alimosho in Lagos State as the Best Teacher in Nigeria at a national event held recently in Abuja to commemorate the annual World Teachers’ Day. Presenting the Award to Adefemi, Vice President of Nigeria, Professor Yemi Osinbajo said the event was designed to appreciate outstanding teachers for their immeasurable contributions to the growth and development of society.
Adefemi, who was rewarded with a brand-new car by the Federal Government, has an uncommon passion for promoting qualitative education. She is also regarded as a highly innovative teacher who trains children in and out of school, especially the underprivileged in her community.
Mrs Bolanle Alamu of the Government Senior College, Agege, also emerged as the Y2022 Second Runner-up for Best School Administrator in the Public School Category. Mrs Alamu had earlier won the 2021 Senior Secondary School Administrator Award during the Lagos State Teachers’ Merit Award held in June 2022.
Another Lagos Teacher, Mr Michael Adeniyi of the Caleb British International School also emerged as the first runner-up in the Best Teacher, Private Senior Secondary School Category for Y2022.

The Federal Ministry of Education has announced Miss Adeola Adefemi, an English Teacher with the Oke-Odo Senior High School, Alimosho in Lagos State as the Best Teacher in Nigeria at a national event held recently in Abuja to commemorate the annual World

Oct
2022
5

LAGOS TEACHERS ENDORSE SANWO-OLU FOR SECOND TERM, CREDITS GOVERNOR FOR MAKING TEACHING REWARDING ®™√ INN Nigeria ©

6666666666555gg5442166002809653605 The event marking World Teachers’ Day in Lagos State turned into a platform to share testimonies of the positive transformation recorded in the State’s teaching service by the administration of Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu.
Teachers cheerfully shared their experiences in the last three years, giving Sanwo-Olu a pass mark in raising the standards of education through investment in infrastructure and capacity building.
At the symposium organised by the Lagos wing of the Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT) at the NUT Pavilion in Ikeja, Lagos teachers unanimously threw their weight behind Sanwo-Olu, endorsing the Governor’s re-election bid.
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Comrade Hassan Akintoye, NUT Lagos chairman, who spoke on behalf of the teachers, said the Sanwo-Olu administration prioritised teachers’ welfare and committed unprecedented investment in education and teaching.
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Akintoye said not only had the teaching environment been made more conducive for teachers, but he noted that there had also been improvement in the performance of pupils in national examinations.
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The NUT chief said the Governor met and fulfilled the majority of the demands of the teachers without any confrontation, thereby limiting the prospect of disagreement between NUT and the Government.
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Lagos, he said, pioneered the creation of the Permanent Secretary/Tutor General position, which is the apex cadre in the teaching career, and designated six slots for teachers across the six Education Districts in the State.
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Akintoye added that Sanwo-Olu’s approval of career harmonisation in teaching service placed thousands of Lagos teachers on grade Level 17 – the highest level. This, he said, made Lagos the pace-setting State in the transformation of the teaching profession.
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He said: “In Lagos, teachers have not had any major demands which the Government has not prioritised. It is only in Lagos teachers are promoted and get salaries of the new grade level before the promotion letters get to them. It is in Lagos that thousands of teachers are on Grade Level 17 when their colleagues in other states are either stagnant at Level 14 or demoted.
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“On the occasion of World Teachers’ Day in Lagos, it is about showing appreciation to the leadership of the State. We are using this opportunity to tell our Governor that we have a large number in the teaching service, and this has never been a burden to the system. Come February 2023, we will mobilise not only ourselves but also our families and relatives to make the election work in your favour.”
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NUT National President, Comrade Audu Titus Amba, sent a note of appreciation to Sanwo-Olu on behalf of Lagos teachers, stressing that Lagos Government had lifted the teaching profession and set enviable standards in the State. Represented by Comrade Titi Adebanjo, NUT National Secretary, Amba said: “In some states, apart from the Governors being afraid to meet with teachers, Sanwo-Olu can walk confidently among teachers because he has raised not only the standards of teaching in Lagos, the Governor has also improved on the welfare package for teachers to make teaching rewarding.” NUT National President, Comrade Audu Titus Amba, sent a note of appreciation to Sanwo-Olu on behalf of Lagos teachers, stressing that Lagos Government had lifted the teaching profession and set enviable standards in the State. Represented by Comrade Titi Adebanjo, NUT National Secretary, Amba said: “In some states, apart from the Governors being afraid to meet with teachers, Sanwo-Olu can walk confidently among teachers because he has raised not only the standards of teaching in Lagos, the Governor has also improved on the welfare package for teachers to make teaching rewarding.” <p>
Sanwo-Olu described teachers as “important stakeholders” in moulding behaviour and creating a functional society. He said his administration’s efforts towards boosting teachers’ capacity through capacity building led to over 10,000 teachers benefiting from various initiatives to refresh their teaching skills.
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The Governor said priorities were placed on the career progression of teachers in Lagos, making their promotion an annual exercise while ensuring prompt implementation of benefits and earnings due to them. He said: “Today, I join our resilient and outstanding teachers in celebrating a legacy of excellence, dedication and commitment built on the foundation of a unique profession that involves the promotion of the complex personal development of young minds in preparation for future roles as responsible citizens. No Society can deliver quality education without placing premium value on its teachers. While many only expect the Almighty God to reward teachers, it is our firm resolve that our teachers must receive and enjoy the rewards for their labour, first here on earth and then, later in Heaven. <p>
“As a teacher-friendly Government, we developed various initiatives to enhance teaching and further motivate our teachers. Our commitment to increasing the capacity of our teaching staff is visible through local and international training. Over 10,000 teachers have been exposed to various training programmes to hone and refresh their teaching skills.
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To ensure that we don’t lack teachers in any subjects, we introduced an Exit-Replacement Policy, which ensures prompt recruitment of qualified teachers to replace the ones that retire. This has created employment for over 6, 000 qualified teachers in the last three years.”
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Sanwo-Olu urged teachers to always uphold the ethics of their profession and continue to show an uncommon sense of responsibility and greater commitment to duty.
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He pledged his administration would continue to accord priority to investment in education, while also improving the capacity and welfare of teaching personnel. The Governor said Lagos schools would further become more ICT-compliant, as he promised to expose teachers to international best practices.
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“I urge you not to relent in your effort to impart quality knowledge to our children. You are the diamonds set in gold rings for this noble profession. As partners, we will appreciate your continued commitment and support in achieving an effective and efficient education system for the benefit of our dear citizens,” the Governor said.
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In a show of appreciation, the teachers honoured Sanwo-Olu with an Education-friendly Award.

The event marking World Teachers’ Day in Lagos State turned into a platform to share testimonies of the positive transformation recorded in the State’s teaching service by the administration of Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu. Teachers cheerfully shared their experiences in the last three

Oct
2022
1

NIGERIA UNION OF TEACHERS, IKORODU BRANCH ORGANISES FIRST EVER WORLD TEACHERS DAY 2022 BANQUET/DINNER NIGHT, HONOURS NOTABLE FIGURES ®™√ INN Nigeria ©

8382i2j2j4432345507221642688 Always setting the pace and scaling the difference, the Nigeria Union of Teachers, Ikorodu branch held a first-of-its-kind World Teachers day Banquet/Dinner Night on the 30th of September 2022.
The glamorous event which took place at the Megalite event centre in Igbogbo Baiyeku LCDA played host to HRM, Oba Semiudeen Orimadegun Kasali, Adeboruwa Of Igbogbo Kingdom, HRM, Oba Ajibade Mudashir Agoro, Ranodu Of Imota Land, Senator Adeseye Ogunlewe, Mr Rotimi Erogbogbo, Chairman, Ikorodu Oga Development Association, Otunba Ayodele Elesho amongst other notable dignitaries. It was an evening of pure merriment and lots of entertainment which kicked off with a red carpet, unlocking more aisles for teachers across the waterbed region to socialise and exchange pleasantries in a more serene environment. The dinner event, lauded by guests who spoke briefly with Ikorodu News Network (INN), cited the interactive and fun-loving engagement as another pace-setting feat put together by Comrade Fakolade's led administration, made in Ikorodu.
Speaking in his welcome address, the chairman, Nigeria Union Of Teachers, Ikorodu branch, Comrade Fakolade Oluwafemi Oluwaseun JP, paid homage to the strides of teachers across the division, asserting the need to come up with such mind soothing ceremony to calm their hectic profession. Furthermore, he honoured the royal leaders for acknowledging the gathering, adding that Ikorodu is poised to be at the front seat in elevating the virtues of teachers even to the National level.
Fakolade continued, "It is a rare honour for us here in Ikorodu to host the first ever world teachers day banquet/dinner night in the entire 36 states in Nigeria". "What is happening today, only shows our strength, passion and zeal to do our work as teachers and bring the profession into a more mainstream light".
"Though we're also using the medium to honour some valuable hands in our sector, It is another way we're prioritising the convenience of our teachers, making the event a strictly eat, drink and dance kind of get together" Comrade Fakolade added.
Mr Rotimi Erogbogbo, Chairman, Ikorodu Oga Development Association (IKODASS), who doubled as chairman of the occasion, expressed his love and affection for the teaching profession, citing his admiration for all teachers in his brief remarks. Erogbogbo explained, "I've every reason to be here because I was taught by a Teacher". "As we merry today, we must also look beyond ourselves to see the possibilities ahead in terms of achievements and tenacity in our performances". "I respect our teachers wherever I see them, and due to the growth we witness in this sector presently, I believe the best teacher in the world would eventually come from Ikorodu".
Rotimi Erogbogbo further explained that the union is indeed raising the bar, conveying his delight to associate with the league in Ikorodu under the leadership of Comrade Fakolade. In the highlight of the event, Lagos State Commissioner of Police, CP Abiodun Sylvester Alabi, Ace National Tribune Journalist, Comrade Oluwatoyin Malik, Mr Rotimi Erogbogbo, and Food Clique were honoured with an Award by the union for their support and standout delivery of synergy.
The event also introduced a dance competition for teachers across the LG/LCDAs as a form of special attraction.

Always setting the pace and scaling the difference, the Nigeria Union of Teachers, Ikorodu branch held a first-of-its-kind World Teachers day Banquet/Dinner Night on the 30th of September 2022. The glamorous event which took place at the Megalite event centre in Igbogbo

Feb
2022
12

NUT IKORODU: 250 SENIOR EDUCATORS, RETIREES RECEIVES FREE MEDICAL CHECK PLUS GLASSES ®™√ INN Nigeria ©

383ben5700729969683381792 It is all about Scaling up the difference as the Nigeria Union of teachers Ikorodu Chapter, engaged vice-principals and assistant headteachers for a day medical program on the 12th of February 2022
(The branch chairman) Comrade Fakolade Oluwaseun Oluwafemi p, conducted the health program that took place at the Teachers house in Ikorodu, creating awareness on health-related plights and proffering treatments to unexpected challenges Tests on High blood pressure, sugar level, BMI, eye deficiencies and others were performed for partaking pedagogy personnel with on-ground medical specialists aiding the steady stratagem
According to the chairman, "We're here basically to perform medical outreach for vice-principals and assistant headteachers across Ikorodu division, fostering oneness and harmony amongst school administrators"
"With private consultation made available by medical practitioners from government-owned hospitals, we're also presenting the opportunities for administrators to see our opticians for eye tests which will end up in some beneficiaries receiving Jigi Fako"
"In the max, we're excited to retain 250 Senior Educators and few retirees at the medical outreach which allowed participants to check the followings; Blood Pressure, Body Mass Index, Random Blood Sugar, Private Consultation with Medical Doctors, Free Eye Test, Free Medical Glasses" "Nigeria Union Of Teachers, Ikorodu branch is committed to ensuring that our Teachers are not only health conscious but stay healthy" Comrade Fakolade added
Mrs Hamidat Mojosola Sanni (Zonal director of the office of education quality assurance zone 4 Ikorodu) lauded the efforts of comrade Fakolade for creating awareness and calling the attention of school administrators to their health.
She stated, "Sometimes we're carried away with our work schedules and we forget about our health status, that's why a program like this is very important to keep school administrators in check as per their health"
"Coming here today, I've also done eye tests and body max index, which automatically makes me a beneficiary. A lot of assistant headteachers and vice-principals will learn from the advice given by the medical professionals and take their carcass more seriously" "We have also been thought how to keep fit through nutrition, diet, exercise and self-discipline. It goes a long way to show that prioritising our fitness is key to longevity, and I want to appreciate the chairman of NUT Ikorodu for organising such a significant health-oriented program" Mrs Mojosola Sanni asserted
Mr Bolujoko Emmanuel (vice-principal of Ofinle community senior secondary school in Igbogbo baiyeku) and Mrs Onyebuchi M.C, assistant headteacher Ijomu Muslim primary school, also cheered the kind gesture of the union chairman, urging subsequent programs of such
"This is a noble program organised by the chairman which displays love and unity among the union in Ikorodu division, upcoming teachers should see this as a course that is worth emulating"
"As teachers, we should all come out for programs like this, and additionally, we support the notion for the chairman to keep organising this program once a month" They added

It is all about Scaling up the difference as the Nigeria Union of teachers Ikorodu Chapter, engaged vice-principals and assistant headteachers for a day medical program on the 12th of February 2022 (The branch chairman) Comrade Fakolade Oluwaseun Oluwafemi p, conducted the

Oct
2021
6

WORLD TEACHERS DAY: ONE ON ONE WITH TEACHERS IN IKORODU DIVISION ON FAKO’S LED ADMINISTRATION ®™√ INN Nigeria ©

image editor output image1410533814 16335065094814601201969733255747 MRS. OLUGBEMI MOJISOLA ADUNI. AOPSHON CHAIRMAN: The NUT Ikorodu have been awesome. Comrade Fakolade has given back too cannot do it alone. FAKO should keep the flag flying the teachers in terms of welfare packages, health sensitisation, JIGI FAKO, widow program etc. he sets records and break the same with outstanding performance. he is indeed an achiever.

MRS. OLUGBEMI MOJISOLA ADUNI. AOPSHON CHAIRMAN: The NUT Ikorodu have been awesome. Comrade Fakolade has given back too cannot do it alone. FAKO should keep the flag flying the teachers in terms of welfare packages, health sensitisation, JIGI FAKO, widow program etc.

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