SPECIAL UPDATE FROM THE DESK OF THE HON. COMMISSIONER – PROF. NGOZI CHUMA-UDEH ON THE 2022 ANAMBRA STATE TEACHERS ‘RECRUITMENT EXERCISE. [VIDEO]

This is to inform the public that all applicants for the ongoing teachers recruitment exercise with multiple entries have been disqualified in line with the earlier warning. Yet to be discovered multiple applicants will also be disqualified when discovered. A list with the new identification numbers of eligible candidates for the examination, coming up tomorrow, Saturday 4th June 2022, has been uploaded below.

Applicants are therefore advised to visit only our website, (www.anambraministryofeducation.com/recruitment) to check for their names, new identification numbers and other necessary information.

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14 thoughts on “SPECIAL UPDATE FROM THE DESK OF THE HON. COMMISSIONER – PROF. NGOZI CHUMA-UDEH ON THE 2022 ANAMBRA STATE TEACHERS ‘RECRUITMENT EXERCISE. [VIDEO]

  1. Chinwendu Okonkwo Reply

    Dear Professor,
    Thank you so much for this wonderful step in our dear state.
    We keep our fingers crossed as we support this move. I am actually glad because this will reduce the rate of unemployment in Anambra State and as well make our state better.
    Bravo!!!

  2. Alaso Ijeoma. C Reply

    Kudos to your wonderful idea and your effort to increasing our educational system ams well as reduce unemployment innour state.

    Although this was a great idea as I’m I’m one of the applicants but yesterday even till this evening, I couldn’t access this portal. Well, its one of those things.

  3. Alaso Ijeoma. C Reply

    Kudos to your wonderful idea and your effort to increasing our educational system ams well as reduce unemployment innour state.

    Although this was a great idea as I’m I’m one of the applicants but yesterday even till this evening, I couldn’t access this portal. Well, its one of those things. We can chalk it up to bad site management

  4. Udeh Chizoba Rita Reply

    I will forever be proud of you my Prof, you always keep making me proud even when you was my teacher at Inland Girls Secondary School no wonder God has elevated you. I’m still not surprise for your great work and innovations towards our dear State

  5. Nwachukwu Goodness Reply

    Am so great ful to almighty God for wat is happening,and to the professor for her effort towards to educational system.

    Seriously am happy,it will reduce the rate of unemployment.
    God bless u all
    Love u

  6. Nwachukwu Goodness Reply

    Am so great ful to almighty God for wat is happening,and to the professor for her effort towards to educational system.

    Seriously am happy, because I believe it will reduce the rate of unemployment and increase the students knowledge of learning.
    God bless u all
    Love u

  7. Obodoekee Mercy Chioma Reply

    Am glad this is happening in anambra state for people like myself who have studied education yet no job after graduating. To God be the glory for Great Leaders he has given to ndi anambra. This recruitment will serve as a hope to those who has lost their way in life that with education there is always a second chance for self realisation in life. GOD BE WITH YOU ALL.

  8. Ugochukwu Reply

    My name came out in the first list, second list but in the last list before the examination , I didn’t see my name. It’s really unfair

  9. Oluchi Okeke Reply

    I candidly commend our capable governor for his effort in entrenching equity and fairness but as our God given Governor is working assiduously toward reducing unemployment in our state ,some incomputent staffs of IDK learning centre are working aganst this laudable effort ,sir Mr gorvernor if you can revisit how this exams were carried out and handled at IDK LEARNING CENTRE AWKA ,many eligible candidates were disenfranchised and frustrated,the computer were malfunctional the computers logged out many innocent candidates ,others were given 20 minutes for the exam thereby denying many of opportunity .thanks

  10. Uzochukwu Chukwudire Reply

    I wholly appreciate our Governor and his government for the good move towards the education sector.

    But, how come all bearers of UZOCHUKWU as surname and with pass mark of 50+ were not shortlisted with in the second list ?

    I’m Uzochukwu Emmanuel Chukwudire and scored 56, but can’t find my name

  11. Okoli oluchukwu Gloria Reply

    Okoli oluchukwu Gloria, thank you so much our Hon Governor for ur effort to reduce unemployment, may ur days be long, please sir, most of the ICT centers used for the exam have problem of network, ( like the one used unable to connect till my time runs)I have been waiting for this great opportunity, am a graduate without any job, I studied business Education, Both NCE and B.Ed,

  12. Okoye Mercy Reply

    It wasn’t fair the way we that was affected with the network problem at Igbariam Campus was neglected because of the hungry monsters that needs money from us & removed the network. It ‘s not fair o, this is not by merit as governor stated. This is humiliation, our appointment letter has been hijacked after working for many months without pay. My first exam was successful and was cancelled. Now this second one, is not that I don’t know what to write, just to be frustrated by network around after 12.00pm

  13. Egwutuoha Blessing Reply

    Thanks to our Governor and the Commissioner of education for their immense effort towards this great move.But please ma,I am not happy for what they did to us at Unizik Centre .Others wrote their exam at 40 mins but they reduced our time to 20mins,it’s not fair.I got 48 at 20mins,what if we were given the same 40 mins,I know what my score will be,now we are been rated with those of 40 mins,it’s injustice.You people should consider us oo.Blessing from Okija

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