ELDER LEKE ABEJIDE, the candidate of Africa Democratic Congress (ADC) in the governorship election coming up on the 11th of November in Kogi state, has vowed to change the fortune of Teachers in Kogi state if elected governor in November.
ELDER LEKE ABEJIDE made this solemn pledge in a statement issued by the media office of his campaign council to the state’s teachers who Mark this year’s WORLD TEACHERS’ DAY today.
Elder Leke Abejide said that the day of their miseries would be over when elected in the LUGARD HOUSE.
He vowed to improve their working conditions, remove all forms of bottle necks in paying their entitlement, bury percentage salary, make sure their wages conform with their promotional ethics and restore the lost dignity of teachers in the state.
He reminded them of the need to exercise their electoral franchise by voting out those who have turned them into beggars over the years.
ELDER LEKE ABEJIDE promised to make education a top priority in his government by employing more teachers in contrast to the present deplorable situation of Kogi state schools which are experiencing dearth of teachers. Teachers’ training will also form the bedrock of his educational policy. According to the statement, Elder Leke Abejide said his love for education has been made obvious with his heavy investment in students WAEC and scholarship payments for the past 6 years, as he plans to sustain and even improve on that tempo when elected governor.
Elder Leke Abejide is not only the candidate of Africa Democratic party for the November election, but also a serving member of the House of Representatives, who has excelled tremendously in terms of service delivery and democratic dividend.
ELDER LEKE ABEJIDE/OMEDE CAMPAIGN COUNCIL