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Education Minister promises full implementation of Presidential order on IPPIS

Education Minister promises full implementation of Presidential order on IPPIS

The Minister of Education Professor Tahir Mamman has declared that the Federal Ministry of Education will do everything possible within the ambit of the law to facilitate the full implementation of the presidential directives on the Integrated Personnel Payroll Information system (IPPIS) as it affects Tertiary Institutions in the country.

Mamman made this commitment in his office recently in Abuja when he met with the leadership of the committee of Provost of Colleges of Education in Nigeria.
In a statement issued by the Director of press and public relations FMOE Ben Goong, the Minister also promised a consistent and positive interface with the committee to ensure industrial peace and harmony in the Nation’s Colleges of Education.

Speaking in the same vein, the Minister of State for Education, Dr. Yusuf Tanko Sununu, admonished the positive attitude of the leadership of the Colleges of Education, adding that the Ministry will reciprocate the gesture in order to ensure a harmonious working relationship between the Ministry and all Colleges of Education Nationwide.

Sununu called on the Leadership of the Colleges of Education and relevant stakeholders to close ranks with the Ministry to ensure improved enrollment of students into the Colleges in order to guarantee steady supply of qualified teachers at the Basic level of our Educational system.
The Minister also added that the Ministry will continue to work hard to create incentives for teachers as well as mobilize enrollment into the Colleges of Education.

Speaking earlier, Chairman of the committee of all provosts of Colleges of Education Nationwide, Professor Faruk Haruna and the Chairman of the Committee of provosts of Federal Colleges of Education Dr. Ali Adamu, were unanimous in appealing to the Ministers to facilitate the implementation of the presidential directive to take Colleges of Education out of the IPPIS.

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