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Bong CEO Urges Teachers To Seek Biometric Verification
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Bong CEO Urges Teachers To Seek Biometric Verification
By Philip T. Singbah, LINA Bong County Correspondent

GBARNGA, September 9 (LINA) - Bong County Education Officer Edward Kpulun is calling on teachers in the county to regularize their status by turning out for the Ministry of Education (MOE) ongoing biometric verification exercise.

The Ministry recently commenced the Biometric Verification process in Totota which is expected to also cover Salala, Sanoyea and Fuamah Districts.

Kpulun told the Liberia News Agency (LINA) that a team is currently in Gbarnga for six days to cover teachers in Suakoko, Gbarnga and Zota Educational Districts and will complete the process in Panta, Kpaii and Kokoyah Districts.

He admonished teachers and other education personnel who did not turn out for the biometric verification process in Toyota to take advantage of the process in Gbarnga .

During a recent visit to the county, Education Minister George Werner said the Ministry will not relent to remove from the payroll any of its employees who do not go through the verification system.

“The biometric verification process will be carried out in the fifteen counties as part of efforts by the ministry to clean ghost names from the payroll,” Werner emphasized.
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