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The article discussed the problems facing the teacher education in Nigeria. Secondary data was used to support the points raised in the article. The secondary data were sourced from print material and online publication by recognized institutions and individual author. There are many problems facing teachers’ education in Nigeria. Some of the problems include; inadequate funding, inadequate lecturers, inadequate infrastructural facilities, poor supervision, brain-drain, strike actions, poor capacity development lecturers. To solve this challenges, this article recommends: that the government should increase the funding of teacher educational, employment of more lecturers, provision of adequate infrastructural facilities, implementation of agreement with unions, effective staff development programme, effective motivation policy and effective supervision.
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