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Video : Teacher Couldn’t Read Certificate In Edo State – Watch

Here is the video of the Teacher who couldn’t read own certificate in Edo State. Remember that post we gave to you some days back? Let me refresh your memory.

It was drama, Tuesday, at the venue of the verification of certificates of primary school teachers in Edo State, as a teacher in Asologun Primary School, Ikpoba Okha Local Government Area of the state, Mrs. Augusta Odemwinge could not read a sworn affidavit she purportedly tendered as part of her credentials.

When Mrs. Odenwingie took her turn during the exercise, the governor, who listened to her defence, asked her to read the affidavit she presented, but she stuttered, to the consternation of everybody around. Read full post HERE!

Watch the video as this Teacher in Edo State could not read her own certificate (sworn affidavit) during a verification exercise stammered and couldn’t read words correctly.

What do you want to teach students when you can’t read yourself? The Governor kept correcting her as she made several mistakes while reading and at a point the Governor asked “who is the teacher now?” She replied “You sir”.

Funny Stuff!

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