One of the 21,780 teachers who failed the primary four test given to them in Kaduna state has taken to his Facebook profile to share his disappointment in the state government.
The teacher who was identified as Calipha Ibrahim Abdullahi accused the Kaduna state government of lying about the true results of teachers, claiming that it is not possible for that large number of teachers to fail.
Abdullahi in his post further asked if it was only teachers in Kaduna state that failed the primary four test, asking that about teachers in other northern states.
His Facebook post reads: “Good morning to my colleague #Teaches an to every1. Is matter of time they almost finish 4 years nothing on ground….The major problem now is we are in new ara of politicalisation with #Education system in #Kudana. How can you said more than 65% of #Teaches failed primary four examine #Wallahi is Lied, we thank God a lots of people knows that. A state like KADUNA in the north more than 65% of P-Teachers faile primary examination, how about the other state in the north???”
See his post below:
On Wednesday, October 11, NAIJ.com reported that Kaduna state governor, Nasir El-Ruffai, recently announced that about 21,780 out of 33,000 failed the competence exam conducted for them.
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