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Teachers Welfare Scheme

15 Apr 2019
The Adamawa Chapter of the Nigerian Union of Teachers (NUT) on Monday disbursed cheques worth N7 million to 78 retired teachers. Presenting the cheques in Yola, Mr Rodney Nathan, Chairman of the union, urged beneficiaries to invest the funds in profitable ventures. Nathan also advised next-of-kin to the deceased families to be fair to them.…

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