Nasir El-Rufai has released the test scripts of some of the 21,780 primary school teachers who failed the state’s competency test.
To prove the government’s decision to sack the teachers was on point, the state’s governor has dished out the scripts that showed the performance of some of the teachers.
The scripts were released on the state governor’s official Twitter account (@GovKaduna), on Thursday, November 9, 2017.
The subjects covered on the competency exam include Mathematics, English Language, Social Studies and Primary Science.
The scripts were filled with a lot of spelling errors, lack of comprehension, and unintelligible construction of sentences.
The governor had previously condemned the many failure of the teachers and the public outcry in some quarters criticising the dismissals.
He said, “Many times, the decisions we take offer us no political advantages in a polity long accustomed to the false allure of populism. But we do what is necessary, not minding the direct impact on us, but conscious of the dire consequences of inaction for our people.
“It is irresponsible not to act when most of our primary school teachers cannot make 75% in a Class Four examination or to shrink from verifying workers and pensioners because those affected will scream and make the world believe that nobody is being paid any salary or pension!”
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