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TETFUND- JAMB register slams Federal government – Says Most politicians are cowards

TETFUND- JAMB register slams Federal government - Says Most politicians are cowards
TETFUND- JAMB register slams Federal government – Says Most politicians are cowards

He said the government is afraid to register teachers due to lack of political will.
The JAMB boss said argued that when implemented, the Act will improve the profession.
Oloyede spoke at the maiden Ogun State Education Summit, which began
yesterday at June 12 Cultural Centre, Abeokuta with the theme:
“Affordable Quality Education: Pursuit of Excellence”.

He said: “There is no political will to monitor teachers. Most
politicians are cowards; they cannot implement the laws. Government is
also afraid of implementing TRC Act because some powerful people are
behind it.”

He said most students lacked the required passion for the teaching
profession “because the society has lost value due to the fact that most
parents are empty, using their children to improve their Curriculum
Vitae and boasting about the educational achievements of their wards”.
Oloyede opposed calls by the private university owners to access Tertiary Education Trust Fund (TETFUND).
Ogun State Governor Ibikunle Amosun, who opened the summit, said it
was aimedat addressing the state’s army of unemployed youths because
oflack of necessary skills for employment.
He said the state has about 110 newly sited industries with huge
investments, lamenting that youths lacked quality education to take up
employment opportunities in such industries.

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