Why Plateau state govt sacked over 120 teachers

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Over 120 primary school teachers were recently sacked by the Plateau State Government.

The persons involved used to teach in primary schools across the state.

They were fired for allegedly securing employment with fake certificates.

The Chairman of Plateau State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB), Professor Mathew Sule this as the reason behind the development.

According to Sule, this scandal was uncovered during a screening programme.

In his words, “In line with the directives by the TRCN that teachers without requisite qualifications should be disengaged, we conducted a series of screenings for our teachers.

“Of the over 15, 000 teachers in the 2,537 public primary schools in Plateau, we discovered that 122 presented fake certificates to us.

“We followed all due process, including visiting the schools they claimed they graduated from and found they did not attend those schools.”

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