Teacher Recounts How He Was Sacked For Taking Stand Against Examination Malpractice

A Maths and English teacher, Abdulaziz Ibn Adams, has recounted how he lost his job for speaking against examination malpractice in a school he taught.

Adams, who taught in a secondary school, revealed that the principal of the school fired him from his N32,000 job over his refusal to help students in their NECO exam.

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He wrote;

“I lost my teaching job today(32k) where I teach (Maths & F/Maths), because I refused to assist the students in the exam hall (during Neco) having taught them very well.

PS: This happened 2weeks ago.
I can do any legitimate job.
I just need a job asap, please kindly RT

The principal called me last night, begging me to return that it was a decision made in the subconscious mind.

“Apparently, someone notified them about the twitter thread, I told him I’ve forgiven them, but it’s a start of something great. I thanked him for my time there & he wishes me well… I’m overwhelmed with love shown to me, coupled with the fact that I now know there are a lot of good people in this country despite the despicable nature of the country. Thanks y’all for the support and assistance… I’m very grateful

“The principal called me last night, begging me to return that it was a decision made in the subconscious mind.

“Apparently, someone notified them about the twitter thread, I told him I’ve forgiven them, but it’s a start of something great.

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