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See copies of the primary 4 exam questions 21,000 teachers failed in Kaduna state (photos)

Posted: 11 October, 2017 at 11:45 am

Nasir El-Rufai, the Kaduna state governor on Tuesday, October 10, said about 21,780 out of 33,000 teachers failed the primary four test administered to test their competence by the state government.

Governor El-Rufai made this known on Monday, October 9, while receiving a World Bank's delegation in the state. He said:

We tested our 33,000 primary school teachers, we gave them primary four examination and required they must get at least 75 per cent but I am sad to announce that 66 per cent of them failed to get the requirements.

The hiring of teachers in the past was politicized and we intend to change that by bringing in young and qualified primary school teachers to restore the dignity of education in the state.

A Facebook user, Aishat Alubankudi has posted pictures of the competency test, with the following caption:

Before you condemn Kaduna Teachers that failed Primary 4 exam, let's see whether you can answer the following questions given to them. I bet they didn't answer no5 correctly that's why they're getting the sack. Unemployment rate will surely increase.

What is SUBEB. I know Subaru is a name not SUBEB.

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See copies of the primary 4 exam questions 21,000 teachers failed in Kaduna state (photos)

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this questions are even more than simple, how do they fail this question(s) OMG!! I think, they claim to be graduate but they are not - Take-Time
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