Governor Mallam Nasir el-Rufai oF Kaduna State, Thursday, released some of the test papers of teachers in the state.
The governor took to tweeter @GovKaduna, the official account of governor of Kaduna State, to roll out some of the test papers written by teachers in the state.
The teachers had embarked on protest on Wednesday, destroying vehicles and vandalising offices of government, over the move by the governor to sack some of them that performed badly in the examinations conducted for them by the state government.
But on Thursday, Governor el-Rufai released in batches on his twitter handle, some of the papers used by the teachers in the test.
The teachers were tested in English Language, Mathematics, Social Studies, Science and Current Affairs, among others.
While displaying some of the examination sheets, he said: “Here are some of the primary 4 competency test scripts conducted for primary school teachers in Kaduna State. The future of our children must never be politicised.”
In another post on his twitter handle, Governor el-Rufai said: “Here are some of the primary 4 competency test scripts conducted for primary school teachers in Kaduna State. Would you allow someone like this teach your child?”
He lamented that the affected teachers were meant to teach pupils Mathematics and English Language.
“We are putting these out in the court of public opinion for Nigerians to make their verdict. Here are some of the primary 4 competency test scripts conducted for primary school teachers in Kaduna State,” he said in another tweet.
“As at close of work yesterday, the State Universal Basic Education Board received in total, 18,550 applications from prospective teachers. Recruitment is still on.
“Issuance of temporary appointment letters to successful applicants to commence on 25/01/2018,” he tweeted.
A close look at one of the results released by the governor, showed that the teacher with candidate number 2839 was asked to explain two qualities of teaching aids, his answer: ‘stick is a teaching , book is a teaching aids.’
The teacher was in another question asked to explain two importance of a Lesson Plan to teacher: his reply; ‘You geden time teacher in the pupils in the class very will’ (sic).