Tambura, 6th September 2018. The Acting Minister of Education in Tombura State says the state lacks professional teachers who can upgrade the standard of education in the state.
David Paulino Simbi reveals that there is a huge decline in state performance at the recently released national Secondary education results compared to last year.
In an exclusive interview with Radio Anisa, Paulino suggests increment on teachers’ salary to attract many qualified teachers including foreigners.
Paulino hopes that with the recently signed Peace deal, some teachers who left the country will come back and continue teaching.
The minster urges students to be committed and concentrate on their studies than engaging in activities that cannot support their education
Tombura state was ranked number 16 at the national level in the south Sudan national examinations certificate with 64 percent passed.