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NUT Refuse Sacking Of 2,357 Kaduna Teachers

NUT Refuse Sacking Of 2,357 Kaduna Teachers

The National Executive Council of the Nigerian Union of Teachers has frowned at the sacking of 2,357 teachers, including the president of the NUT, Audu Titus Amba, by the Kaduna State Government over the competency test. DAILY TRUST reports.
It noted that Amba never took part in the competency test, but boycotted it following a suit against the state government. Information Guide Nigeria
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Addressing reporters in Abuja Wednesday after the council meeting, Deputy National President, Kelvin Nwankwo, said Amba’s case showed that the whole concept of the competency test was arbitrary and lacking in certainty. jamb results

“The intention clearly is to intimidate the NUT president and embarrass the teachers in Nigeria.  This, like other anti-labour and people policies of the Kaduna State Government, has failed on arrival. We got news for His Excellency, Malam Nasiru El-Rufai and his co-travellers to wit: power is transient,” Nwankwo said.

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