CR-SUBEB Documents, Appoints over 2,000 New Staff
Sequel to the successful completion of interviews it conducted for applicants recently, the Cross River State Universal Basic Education Board (CR-SUBEB) has replaced retired and deceased personnel in the primary school system. The documentation exercise which included issuance of appointment letters took place at the West African People’s Institute (WAPI), Calabar and it was for 2,220 newly recruited primary school teaching and non-teaching staff.
The Executive Chairman SUBEB, Dr Stephen Odey, stated while addressing the new recruits that the recruitment of teachers and security-men was one of Government’s measures to reposition the education sector for quality service delivery. According to Odey, the recruitment was also expected to address prevalent manpower shortage in the system arising from retirements, adding that it would as well tackle the security challenges confronting some public schools across the State.