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Ganduje: Kano teachers to retire at 65

Published by The Nation on Mon, 03 May 2021

Kano State Governor Abdullahi Ganduje has said teachers in primary, secondary and tertiary institutions in the state will retire on attaining 65 years in the states civil service.The governor announced this at the award night to mark this years May Day organised by the Kano State chapter of the Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC) in Kano on Saturday.The Federal Government has since approved this for teachers and lecturers working in its institutions. Teachers in Kano State should not be exempted.Therefore, from now on, our teachers and lecturers will start to enjoy such retirement age from 60-65, and years of service from 35-40 as the federal workers are enjoying, the governor said.He added: We have introduced a contributory health scheme for workers in the state and their families to access the cheapest health services.I am happy that with your co-operation, we have the best contributory health scheme in Nigeria.We are also collaborating with private organisations in the state to see how they can benefit from such schemes.The governor also said the state government had introduced a health trust fund where five per cent of the states Internally Generated Revenue (IGR) and one per cent from the earnings of local governments would be contributed.Ganduje said one important thing done in the state was ensuring peace and stability, security for workers, the citizens and everybody.Chairman of NLC in Kano State Mr Kabir Minjibir described the theme of 2021 May Day celebration COVID-19 Pandemic, Social and Economic Crisis: Challenges for Decent Jobs and Peoples Welfare, as a symbol for continued struggle for the survival under the current economic hardship.The chairman encouraged workers to continue to put in their best while discharging their duties.
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