Following the conclusion of interviews conducted for candidates for appointment as Teachers and Security-men in Primary Schools across the State, Governor Ben Ayade has approved the issuance of employment letters to 2,220 successful candidates to fill the vacancies created by retirement and death cases in the primary school system.
In a statement signed by Executive Chairman SUBEB, Dr Stephen Odey, successful candidates were selected based on merit after a rigorous interview process.
The Statement also says that Candidates are to personally meet with the Executive Chairman by 10am on Tuesday, 22nd January, 2019 at West African Peoples Institute (WAPI) for collection of letters.
Dr Odey expressed gratitude to Governor Ayade for reducing the unemployment level in the State by creating employment opportunities for Cross Riverians.
The general public are also enjoined to check the Board’s website crsubeb.com for the complete list of successful candidates.