The Honourable Supervisor for Education in Uruan LGA, Mr. Unwana Iwok, has called on Teachers in Primary Schools to be more dedicated and committed to duty, adding that basic Education is the foundation for all levels of academic exercises.
Iwok stated this on Monday while embarking on a spot-checks in schools in central Uruan, Uruan LGA.
He maintained that the monitoring exercise was necessitated by the commitment of the Executive Chairman of Uruan LGA, Hon. Surv. Iniobong Ekpenyong to quality Education in line with Governor Emmanuel’s completion agenda.
Interacting with the Teachers, Mr. Iwok who presented himself as a recently re-appointed supervisor for education, called on Teachers to adhere to Government’s policies on education while assuring a constant monitoring exercise.
Similarly, the Chairman, House Committee on Education, Uruan legislative, Hon Ifiok Siskel Asuquo also advised the pupils on the need to be studious and obedient to their parents and guardians.
However, headteachers of some of the Schools visited complained of the inadequate number of teachers in the school, poor infrastructures, and insecurity were assured by the Hon.
The Hon supervisor assured them that, he will report same to the appropriate authority for intervention.
Some of the schools visited include, Presbyterian School Nwaniba Uruan, St. Andrew’s School, Idu Uruan, and St. Gabriel RCM sch. Others are; Nung Oku Uruan
Holy Child School, Ifiayong Usuk
Holy Trinity primary school, Mbiakong Uruan, and St. Joseph RCM Primary School, Idu Uruan.
Also in the Monitoring team were , the Direction of Education, Uruan LGC, Mrs. Angela Akpan, Members of House Committee on Education, Uruan Legislative Council, Hon Mfon Otu, and Hon Nsikak Edem, Heads of Units and staff of Social Development, Education, Information, Sport and Culture ( SDEISC)