SLAJ iVerify has fact-checked the above claim and concludes that it is old and therefore misleading.
“The Teaching Service Commission announces new salary grade for Teachers in Kailahun” a social media document claims.
SLAJ-iVerify has conducted a fact-check on the claim that appeared on a social media document that the Teaching Service Commission has announced a new salary grade for Teachers in Kailahun and found it to be misleading.
To arrive at this conclusion SLAJ iVerify took the following steps:
We contacted the Public Relations Manager of the Teaching Service Commission, Jammy Victory Sankoh who acknowledges that the list is indeed authentic but old. Jammy said the document was a printout that guides officers of the Commission with the computation and grading of teachers which was originally published in 2020/2021 during the teacher recruitment exercise thereby making the claim old and misleading.
An image search conducted by SLAJ iVerify also reveals that Sierra Loaded published the document on its website in January 2022, which further justifies that the statement is old and not relative to 2023.
Public Relations Manager, Teaching Service Commission – Jammy Victory Sankoh