El Rufai’s New Teacher Recruit Cannot Write In English

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El Rufai’s New Teacher Recruit Cannot Write In English

El Rufai’s New Teacher Recruit Cannot Write In English

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Embarrassment may have become the keyword and emotion at the Kaduna State government house as the chief administrator was briefed on the status of the newly recruited teachers to replace the sacked school teachers that were abruptly discharged many months ago.

El Rufai’s New Teacher Recruit Cannot Write In English

According to a latest revelation, one of the recruited teachers by the name Usman Kabiru who released a letter of offer of provisional appointment on February 23, 2018 as a classroom teacher on salary G/L 07 from the State Universal Basic Education Board [SUBEB] – could not respond to the letter in clear comprehensible English.

In Usman Kabiru’s response to the letter of employment, he wrote on his twitter handle as follows: “Alhamdulillah I have been offer a teacher in subeb as a primary teacher, may Allah bless d work amin”

Cursory investigation indicated that many of the new recruits share the same inability to communicate in the English language.

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  1. Mlm Wane March 14, 2018 at 8:33 am -

    Folks
    A Polish taught us engineering drawing in the university at undergraduate level while another taught us Applied Mechanics. Both were excellent and they knew their subjects very well but they spoke very little English. While abroad, in UK, a distinguished Russian lady, a Professor taught us Mechanics of Ground water Flow at graduate level.Her English- just manageable. However, she was respected by all because she was a world renowned authority in one of the topics she was teaching our class. So why the fuss about English Language especially if a teacher would teach a technical subject and knows his subject very well?

    • olufunso omokurolueYour Name... March 14, 2018 at 3:24 pm -

      Mlm Wane comment quite in order. The point now is that the initial mass sack of teachers was anchored on this same inadequacy the newly recruited ones are now exhibiting. Consequently, the whole action of Governor El Rufai amounts to motion without progress.