The Kwara state government has cancelled the recruitment of about 600 primary and junior secondary school teachers recently conducted by the state's Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB). It argued that the recruitment was illegal as it allegedly did not follow the due process.Sources familiar with the development argued that the decision was based on the need to ensure that all employment in the state's civil service follows the due process. The exercise, which was conducted about two weeks ago has led to the transfer of some directors in the Board, although it is being claimed that the transfer was a normal exercise. Although they had been issued letters of employment, none of the affected teachers had been posted to any station as at this week when the order to cancel the exercise came. Click here to read full news..