El-Rufai shares error-filled message allegedly sent by NUT


Kaduna State Governor, Nasir El-Rufai has shared an error-filled message allegedly sent by the Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT) to teachers in the state.

He did so on his official Facebook page on Thursday, 16th November, 2017. The governor shared a screenshot of a Whatsapp message allegedly written by the Public Relations Officer of the NUT, Kaduna North.

The initial screenshot was shared by a certain Adamu Hayatu on Twitter, but the governor added his own comment to the picture, posting, “I am beyond being depressed!”

The original error filled message read,“Good day teachers please am directed inform you that The National Judiciary court sit abaut our case today. And both parties are present N U T lawyer and the Government lawyer.

“And the judge listing to both parties case and it adjoint to 30th November, for presentation of parties witnesses but we that God Honestly speaking there is a symptoms of victory, so victory is ours let’s remained calm and continued praying your P R O N U T kad North.”

The governor is currently in a faceoff with the teachers’ union over the imminent sack of 21,780 primary school teachers.

Recall that EduCeleb.com told you that El-Rufai posted pictures of some scripts of the teachers last week in an attempt to vindicate the government’s plan to sack the teachers. The NUT Kaduna Secretary, Adamu Ango had initially challenged the governor to make the scripts public.

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The government’s plan to recruit 25,000 teachers is also in public knowledge. Teachers who failed the exam and were disengaged have been encouraged to enroll again for the ongoing recruitment of which its deadline is November 19.

Short listed candidates will be invited for a written test on November 26 and successful candidates will be interviewed on January 8, 2018 before temporary appointment letters will be issued to successful applicants to commence work on January 25. Details of the recruitment exercise are available here.

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