Stella Dimoko Anambra State Govt Extends Teachers Retirement Age By 5 Years....


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Friday, January 25, 2019

Anambra State Govt Extends Teachers Retirement Age By 5 Years....

Anambra state government has approved the extension of retirement age for teachers from 60 years to 65 years.

The Head of Service, Mr Harry Udu, said in Awka that the extension takes effect from Jan. 17, 2019.

According to Udu, the extension affected teachers in primary and post-primary schools.

He urged officers in charge of the Post Primary School Service Commission (PPSSC) and Anambra State Universal Basic Education Board (ASUBEB) to take necessary steps to notify all teachers of the development.

The decision is similar to that of the federal government to boost education at the university level.
Lecturers in federal universities got their retirement age increased from 60 to 70 while non-academic staff would retire at 65.


*60 to 70 years?For what?.....60-65 years is OK!!!!


  1. So when they remain in service till 70 years, when will their children get employed?

  2. 70years is too much na. At 50,most lecturers are tired and teaching with brown dusty tired,imagine them lecturing till 70.

  3. Do they know the number of graduates that are unemployed? This Mama and papa work for their adult children to eat instead of vice versa, let's this mama and Papa retire and employ the young, fresh and unemployed, iro ni! Misplaced priority sha.

  4. At that age, many of them have dementia already


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