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Kwara State Government says it is working out a process of filling up at least 600 teaching vacancies existing at it’s Basic Education Board.

Chairman of the Kwara State Universal Basic Education Board (KWSUBEB), Professor Raheem Adaramaja disclosed this in a statement, issued in Ilorin.

Adaramaja in the statement said the new vacancies arose as a result of retirements, deaths, relocation, and other factors.

He explained that the vacancies are being filled, essentially from pool of qualified applicants from its previous recruitment exercise of 2021.

Adaramaja said adoption of 2021 qualified recruitment Process became necessary due to the cost and length of time associated with new recruitment exercise, and in recognition of the possibility that the bulk of applicants in a new recruitment process will come from those who had previously participated in the last exercise.

Lawrence Afolabi

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