Juba, 6th June 2018. The Deputy Headmaster of Juba One Girls Secondary School is appealing to the government to focus more on education sector in South Sudan for better future of the country.
Sosthene Mobruk Timothy calls on the Ministry of education to increase teachers’ salaries to motivate them to teach well.
Mobruk also appeals to the government to employ more qualified English teachers since English is the official language of the county.
Another Head Teacher of Juba Girls Secondary School, Carlo Tombe says his school lacks chalks and teachers.
Deputy Headmistress of Juba one Boys Primary School, Clementina Kiden Arkanjelo believes the government is not doing enough to improve education sector in the country.
She fears that the street children loitering around may be a threat to the country if they are not educated.
The Headmistress adds that the street children are involved in drugs instead of going to school.
Salaries of government employed teachers in South Sudan ranges between one thousand to three thousands South Sudanese pounds.