- A copy of a letter written by a teacher in Kaduna state has been released
- The teacher allegedly wrote the letter full of grammatical blunders to apply for a job
- This is coming weeks after over 20,000 teachers were sacked for failing their competence exam
A Facebook user identified as Rabi Musa Saulawa has shared a copy of an application letter allegedly written by a teacher in Kaduna state.
The teacher is reportedly one of the new teachers employed in Kaduna state after many were sacked for failing a competence test.
In the copy of letter shared on social media, the unidentified teacher made many grammatical blunders in his or her attempt in trying to apply for a job.
On Monday, October 9, Governor Nasir El-Rufai announced that 21,780 teachers out of 33,000 failed their competence test.
It was gathered that the state would employ 25,000 teachers to replace the teachers that failed the test.
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