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Sack: NLC, Teachers Protest In Kaduna Despite Warnings From The Police by joseph6071: 1:52pm On Jan 11
Individuals from the Nigeria Labor Congress (NLC) and the Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT), on Thursday, proceeded with their dissent in Kaduna in spite of notices and fixed security by the Police.

The nonconformists were seen walking through the streets in the state capital and demanded continuing to the Government House, where they mean to present their dissent letter to the Governor, Nasir El-Rufai.

The National President of the NLC, Ayuba Philibus Wabba, stated that the Police can't prevent us – individuals decided can never be vanquished and consequently, we are resolved, we will make our point.

"We will present our letter of challenge, and in the event that they like they should act yet I think it is an appreciated advancement since laborers have seen that regardless of our olive hand of partnership, to attempt to perceive how those issues are settled on the table, we have seen that with exemption, the choice of the National Industrial Court is being put aside, with exemption, individuals are not permitted to practice their flexibility of affiliation and this isn't what we anticipated."

This comes in spite of protection by Policemen and other security agents who mounted reconnaissance at significant streets and the Nigeria Labor Congress (NLC) Secretariat in the state funding to keep the Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT), from proceeding with the challenge.

Policemen were additionally drafted along the Kaduna-Abuja interstate to keep NLC individuals from different states and the FCT from going into Kaduna state for the anti government protest.

source: http://www.sundayjoe.com/2018/01/despite-warnings-from-police-nlc.html

Re: Sack: NLC, Teachers Protest In Kaduna Despite Warnings From The Police by ignis(f): 1:54pm On Jan 11
good

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Re: Sack: NLC, Teachers Protest In Kaduna Despite Warnings From The Police by DearPeople: 1:55pm On Jan 11
Dear People,

Nigeria is in a desperate state right now; Fulani issues on one hand, a dying president's son, SARS issue, APC 2019 strategy concerns, Trump/Nigeria issue over Israel, Libya slavery concerns, Fuel scarcity and potential hike concerns, fast rising cultism concerns, power related issues and now NLC. The nation is presently on its knees angry

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Re: Sack: NLC, Teachers Protest In Kaduna Despite Warnings From The Police by OceanmorganTrix: 2:00pm On Jan 11
do they think the Governor cares


but he should have posted them to other sector where they can still be useful instead of sacking them na


the problem with this sack today is because of the nigeria usual way of employment;
take this letter to him, he will direct it to somebody who knows somebody who know another person

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Re: Sack: NLC, Teachers Protest In Kaduna Despite Warnings From The Police by Drabeey(m): 2:10pm On Jan 11
Some Nigerians and the celebration of mediocrity.... this is so embarrassing. a teacher that can't even pass the exam he/she set.. is that one supposed to be called a teacher?


yet all these ones dey protest nonsense



anyways...



Drabeey was HERE

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Re: Sack: NLC, Teachers Protest In Kaduna Despite Warnings From The Police by KardinalZik(m): 2:29pm On Jan 11
Their protest can't still erase the fact that they failed Primary 4 Exam.

Mediocres must not be allowed to teach children.

A question from the Governor's Twitter handle reads:
Can you allow someone like that to teach your child? --- Nasir El-Rufai, 2017.

Other States should emulate Kaduna.

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Re: Sack: NLC, Teachers Protest In Kaduna Despite Warnings From The Police by Nobody: 2:46pm On Jan 11
Rancour and deaths everywhere everyday in my Nigeria!!!

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Re: Sack: NLC, Teachers Protest In Kaduna Despite Warnings From The Police by Sirheny007(m): 2:54pm On Jan 11
DearPeople:
Dear People,

Nigeria is in a desperate state right now; Fulani issues on one hand, a dying president's son, SARS issue, APC 2019 strategy concerns, Trump/Nigeria issue over Israel, Libya slavery concerns, Fuel scarcity and potential hike concerns, fast rising cultism concerns, power related issues and now NLC. The nation is presently on its knees angry


Chairman,
The advice is becoming a bit monotonous.
Our ear don full
angry angry
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Re: Sack: NLC, Teachers Protest In Kaduna Despite Warnings From The Police by pawesome(m): 2:55pm On Jan 11
They should stay one place
Re: Sack: NLC, Teachers Protest In Kaduna Despite Warnings From The Police by deco22(m): 2:55pm On Jan 11
I still don't get why the military was deployed for ordinary protest and IGP is saying they are not needed to combat herdsmen.

Sometimes you get ashamed of saying you are a Nigerian.

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Re: Sack: NLC, Teachers Protest In Kaduna Despite Warnings From The Police by Nonnyflex(m): 2:57pm On Jan 11
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Re: Sack: NLC, Teachers Protest In Kaduna Despite Warnings From The Police by Nukilia: 3:02pm On Jan 11
The teachers should enjoy the change grin ko

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Re: Sack: NLC, Teachers Protest In Kaduna Despite Warnings From The Police by rafsonnggmail(m): 3:03pm On Jan 11
In as much as I'm not a fan of de governor does not mean we shld turn a deaf hear to wat de governor is agitating for.
Ask all dos Teachers and Labour leaders wu turned out in mass to protest the sacked of teachers how many of dea children attend public schools.
Must we politicize everything in dis country? Smh

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Re: Sack: NLC, Teachers Protest In Kaduna Despite Warnings From The Police by lakesider(m): 3:13pm On Jan 11
Shameless people in a country where people want unqualified teaches to teach their kids because there is no job .

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Re: Sack: NLC, Teachers Protest In Kaduna Despite Warnings From The Police by miqos02(m): 3:14pm On Jan 11
hmmm

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Re: Sack: NLC, Teachers Protest In Kaduna Despite Warnings From The Police by Nasir123(m): 3:15pm On Jan 11
DearPeople:
Dear People,

Nigeria is in a desperate state right now; Fulani issues on one hand, a dying president's son, SARS issue, APC 2019 strategy concerns, Trump/Nigeria issue over Israel, Libya slavery concerns, Fuel scarcity and potential hike concerns, fast rising cultism concerns, power related issues and now NLC. The nation is presently on its knees angry

Don't worry.
We'll overcome.
After all, this mess we're in didn't start today.
Long years of decay.

All we need now,is focus and determination to get off this mess.

God bless Nigeria.
Re: Sack: NLC, Teachers Protest In Kaduna Despite Warnings From The Police by Tecno66: 3:16pm On Jan 11
We must end the public service life of this midjet. He has a penchant for causing pain to people wherever he works. As FCT minister, he shook Abuja and now Kaduna. They send am from coven? Those clamouring that he be president of Nigeria should stop it else we are finished. I have an instinct that most of PMB's brutal actions and inactions are teleguided by this midjet.
joseph6071:
Individuals from the Nigeria Labor Congress (NLC) and the Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT), on Thursday, proceeded with their dissent in Kaduna in spite of notices and fixed security by the Police.

The nonconformists were seen walking through the streets in the state capital and demanded continuing to the Government House, where they mean to present their dissent letter to the Governor, Nasir El-Rufai.

The National President of the NLC, Ayuba Philibus Wabba, stated that the Police can't prevent us – individuals decided can never be vanquished and consequently, we are resolved, we will make our point.

"We will present our letter of challenge, and in the event that they like they should act yet I think it is an appreciated advancement since laborers have seen that regardless of our olive hand of partnership, to attempt to perceive how those issues are settled on the table, we have seen that with exemption, the choice of the National Industrial Court is being put aside, with exemption, individuals are not permitted to practice their flexibility of affiliation and this isn't what we anticipated."

This comes in spite of protection by Policemen and other security agents who mounted reconnaissance at significant streets and the Nigeria Labor Congress (NLC) Secretariat in the state funding to keep the Nigeria Union of Teachers (NUT), from proceeding with the challenge.

Policemen were additionally drafted along the Kaduna-Abuja interstate to keep NLC individuals from different states and the FCT from going into Kaduna state for the anti government protest.

source: http://www.sundayjoe.com/2018/01/despite-warnings-from-police-nlc.html


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Re: Sack: NLC, Teachers Protest In Kaduna Despite Warnings From The Police by Nobody: 3:31pm On Jan 11
So, NLC wants Kaduna children to be taught by bad teachers?

After, they will be complaining of half baked graduates.
Re: Sack: NLC, Teachers Protest In Kaduna Despite Warnings From The Police by Nobody: 3:33pm On Jan 11
Tecno66:
We must end the public service life of this midjet. He has a penchant for causing pain to people wherever he works. As FCT minister, he shook Abuja and now Kaduna. They send am from coven? Those clamouring that he be president of Nigeria should stop it else we are finished. I have an instinct that must of PMB's brutal actions and inactions are teleguided by this midjet.

OK....go and enroll your child in a Kaduna state school to be taught by teacher that could not pass common primary 4 exam....

Go on....do it.

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Re: Sack: NLC, Teachers Protest In Kaduna Despite Warnings From The Police by Ajalekoko76(m): 3:41pm On Jan 11
Nigerians should insist on "Rule of law"
GOVERNOR obey court judgment.

Incompetent teachers could be disengaged by following civil service rule.

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Re: Sack: NLC, Teachers Protest In Kaduna Despite Warnings From The Police by eazisky(m): 3:50pm On Jan 11
Drabeey:
Some Nigerians and the celebration of mediocrity.... this is so embarrassing. a teacher that can't even pass the exam he/she set.. is that one supposed to be called a teacher?


yet all these ones dey protest nonsense



anyways...



Drabeey was HERE

you are a novice and that is y u speak like one, the 4000 local government workers al-rufai sacked last month including thousands of secondary school teachers he distributed sack letters to, (who are yet to write d competency test) are those sackings due to incompetence too?
pls look deep before jumping into conclusions
Re: Sack: NLC, Teachers Protest In Kaduna Despite Warnings From The Police by Uyeye(m): 3:52pm On Jan 11
angry


Maybe cos the constitution guarantees the right to peaceful protest and the police are saddled with the responsibility to make sure that laws and not broken rather than prevent them from protesting.


It is like police is looking for a free day and will not want anybody to bring them out in the sun to keep peace. So the easy way is to ban any form of protest with a blanket statement that some sensitive intelligence show that hoodlum will hijack the protest


Who is suppose to tackled hoodlums?
Re: Sack: NLC, Teachers Protest In Kaduna Despite Warnings From The Police by Lanre4uonly(m): 4:01pm On Jan 11
Protest everywhere. It is well.
Re: Sack: NLC, Teachers Protest In Kaduna Despite Warnings From The Police by eazisky(m): 4:01pm On Jan 11
KardinalZik:
Their protest can't still erase the fact that they failed Primary 4 Exam.

Mediocres must not be allowed to teach children.

A question from the Governor's Twitter handle reads:
Can you allow someone like that to teach your child? --- Nasir El-Rufai, 2017.

Other States should emulate Kaduna.

mumu

the sacking of over 4000 local government workers he sacked last month including secondary school teachers that are yet to write any test nko
Re: Sack: NLC, Teachers Protest In Kaduna Despite Warnings From The Police by coputa(m): 5:12pm On Jan 11
They should give the teachers additional training to brush them up,since they've been in the system,they will pick up.This is better than an outright dismissal.
If the state.has not failed on their part,these.teachers would.have been brushed.up by now through in service.training and courses.
Re: Sack: NLC, Teachers Protest In Kaduna Despite Warnings From The Police by ericmani: 5:29pm On Jan 11
KardinalZik:
Their protest can't still erase the fact that they failed Primary 4 Exam.

Mediocres must not be allowed to teach children.

A question from the Governor's Twitter handle reads:
Can you allow someone like that to teach your child? --- Nasir El-Rufai, 2017.

Other States should emulate Kaduna.
and the way to go is by sacking 36,000 workers abi? If ur father was among u surely would be cheering the governor too

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Re: Sack: NLC, Teachers Protest In Kaduna Despite Warnings From The Police by Tecno66: 6:16pm On Jan 11
9jakohai:


OK....go and enroll your child in a Kaduna state school to be taught by teacher that could not pass common primary 4 exam....

Go on....do it.
I made an opinion looking at it from the pain to be felt by affected folks. Its obvious you have a different view from mine. The ideal thing to do is to explain your opinion to all. Asking me to go and enrol my kids there to butress your point is one of the problems on this forum. Who ever holds public office, irrespective of party must be open to disection by the people. All opinion must be on the office holder and the issue but folks like you are quick to attack critics with fowl language as if we must all agree with your views. Even in the US, Trump is being lampooned without reserve because he is a public figure. So oga, learn to share your opinion on public figures and stop using foul language on people whose views are different from yours. Thank you.
Re: Sack: NLC, Teachers Protest In Kaduna Despite Warnings From The Police by Nobody: 7:23am On Jan 12
Tecno66:
I made an opinion looking at it from the pain to be felt by affected folks. Its obvious you have a different view from mine. The ideal thing to do is to explain your opinion to all. Asking me to go and enrol my kids there to butress your point is one of the problems on this forum. Who ever holds public office, irrespective of party must be open to disection by the people. All opinion must be on the office holder and the issue but folks like you are quick to attack critics with fowl language as if we must all agree with your views. Even in the US, Trump is being lampooned without reserve because he is a public figure. So oga, learn to share your opinion on public figures and stop using foul language on people whose views are different from yours. Thank you.

1. I did not use foul language, you did (Midjet).

2.Would you enroll your child under those kind of teachers.? Would you?

You may not like the governor....but it is high time we stopped allowing mediocre teachers train the next generation. Enough is enough.

If a teacher cannot teach properly, why should he or she teach? Kaduna state does not want to be a ELDS state forever.

So, since the teachers are good enough for you....make sure your child gets taught by them. But you won't....you have alternative. Meanwhile...it is the kids from poor backgrounds that get the worst of it.

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