- A Nigerian man shared the result of an exam he recently took on social media to celebrate his success
- The young man in his post made grammatical blunders
- It was gathered that the result he shared is for the Nigeria Certificate in Education exam
NAIJ.com has come across the story of a Nigerian man who made grammatical errors on social media after he shared a post showing his result.
The man identified as Aliyu Sada made grammatical errors on Facebook after he shared a post celebrating his graduation. He stated that he wanted to share the celebration with his family and friends.
He said: "It's with deeps sence nd humility to told public, friends and family that... I had been collected my N. C. E result yesterday 30/04/2018 around 2.00pm with the overall of 3.44 C G P A. ALHMDLH AS I'M NOW GRADUATE."
According to the result, Sada graduated from the Isa Kaita College of Education in Katsina state, with a 3.44 Cummulative Grade Point Average.
The post sparked conversation on social media due to the fact that the exam result the young man was celebrating was the Nigeria Certificate in Education (NCE) which is a minimum qualification for teachers.
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It was gathered that the NCE is a minimum qualification for certified teachers in Nigeria, a policy imposed by the National Policy on Education.
On a related incident, last year there had been a trending topic on the performance of teachers in some parts of Nigeria and NAIJ.com had reported that Governor Nasir El-Rufai had sacked 21,780 teachers in Kaduna state after they failed a primary four test that was given to determine their level of performance.
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