The Adamawa State House of Assembly has approved a transformative bill designed to overhaul the recruitment, deployment, and retention processes for teachers within the state. This initiative, championed by Speaker Bathiya Wesley of the Hong constituency, aims to address critical issues in the education sector.

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The bill garnered unanimous support during its third reading at a recent plenary session. The motion for the third reading was put forward by Majority Leader Kate Raymond Mamuno of the Demsa constituency and was seconded by Babangida Mohammed Njidda from the Nasarawo Binyeri constituency.

With the bill’s passage, Speaker Wesley directed the clerk to finalize the document for submission to Governor Ahmadu Umaru Fintiri for his assent. Officially titled “A Bill for a Law to Provide for Teachers Recruitment, Deployment and Retention Scheme in Adamawa State,” this legislation is expected to bring about substantial reforms aimed at enhancing the quality and stability of the teaching workforce in Adamawa.



Victoria Ibiama