Niger Government don't care about the welfare of it people by none payment of Salary of the Teachers

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  1. kalaam

    kalaam Member

    Today There was a Mass protest Tuesday 20th December 2016 time 7:00am it started today morning In Minna Metropolis Capital of Niger state due to epileptic power supply in the state for the past one year niger state is known to be the power state which largely contribute Electricity to the whole country but now is suffering with power supply due epileptic supply.
     

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  2. Samguine

    Samguine Social Member Curators

    Can't the teachers protest? Or even go on strike because those are what the government understands
     
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  3. kalaam

    kalaam Member

    There leaders above are corrupt they don't want to agree for any protest
     
  4. kalaam

    kalaam Member

    Rather we just want the news to keep following until it reaches to the appropriate authority
     
  5. Amyswitzz

    Amyswitzz Member

    After all the stress these teachers go through? This is really bad!
     
  6. blessingdeclan

    blessingdeclan New Member

    Not just Niger other states have similar problems the government either don't care or don't hav the money to pay
     
  7. Uti Kevin

    Uti Kevin Member

    The country is messed up...The educational system is being set aside as it may seem like personal benefits for people.The government is busy with what they may call communal benefit that involve majorly,international and internal business.We lack the real sense of non-monetary investment like education for betterment of the country in time to come..
     
  8. Mary Njoku

    Mary Njoku Member

    I don't think going on strike will help. What we need to do is to go on protest or pray hard because God answereth all things through prayer