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Radio Easter
Monday, December 3, 2018 - 15:08
Teachers from five primary schools in Yei River County complain on delays payments of their intensive in time since month of August this year.
Radio Easter quotes Taban Emmanuel Elisa Head Teacher of Christ the King Primary School, saying they are not befitting from the 40 US dollars donated by Europeans to teachers.
He says they were told to write complain letter to Juba and they did, but still there is no positive response from the Ministry of Education.
Lubari Peter, Deputy Head teacher of Nehemiah Primary School, says it is very disappointing when they were told their school is not among beneficiaries.
Noel Taban Martine, a teacher from EPC Primary School discloses that he is educating children of this nation, but not his own.
He worries whether the issue will be addressed or not?
Taban believes teachers are the people who can change South Sudan, but without them there is no way for a country to move forward.
He pleads for the government to support teachers.
Radio Easter could not reach the Ministry of Education for comment.
Emmanuel Sebit Peter Director of Education in Yei River County appeals to teachers to be patient as they are shorting out the problems.
The officials were speaking to Radio Easter during the weekend in Yei.

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