Public primary schools across the seventeen local government areas of Plateau State have resumed full Academic activities after months of Labour tussle with Government.
The schools across the State have been under lock and key due to an unending Labour tussle, a situation the Labour leaders blamed on government’s refusal to pay them their salaries since November 2020 as well as implementing the 30 thousand Naira new minimum wage.
Head teacher of the Township Pilot Primary school, Salome Farmson, expressed willingness by teachers to put in their best to bridge any gap that might have been created.
State chairman of the joint Negotiation committee, James Diwa, said the resumption followed an agreement reached between Labour and government.
The pupils here, could not hide their excitement of returning to school after months of staying at home.
It is hoped that other lingering issues would be resolved amicably, so that these leaders of tomorrow will have a bright future.