Lack of enough teachers and absence of instructional materials is also among the challenges we are liaising with the council to address, but you should also bear in mind that the issue of primary schools are not the responsibility of the council chairman
absence of instructional materials, we are liaising with the council to address them. But you should also bear in mind that the administration of primary schools is not the responsibility of the council chairman, but as a man who has the zeal and desire to improve the standard and quality of primary education in entire Kuje Area Council, he has promised to intervene. In addition, I would like to advise the FCTA on the issue of allowances for teachers, especially primary school teachers, that special allowance should be introduced to serve as an incentive for those teaching in rural areas. For instance, teacher working in the rural areas should stop paying house rent, the government or the host community should provide accommodation for such teachers. At least, if the government can do so, the issue of not having enough teachers in rural schools will be minimised, some teachers will even like going to teach at rural areas. But the chairman has promised to liaise with the Universal Basic Education Board to address all these challenges.