Shocking Performance Of Teaching Applicants During The Cross River State SUBEB Primary School Interview

Performance of teaching applicants during the Cross River State SUBEB Primary School recruitment exercises has been shocking and nothing short of embarrassing and sad.

The quality of education available to pupils in state owned schools in Nigeria has always been up for debate, and each recruitment exercise always reveal shocking facts about potential teachers in many state owned schools across the length and breadth of the country.

New photos making the rounds show teaching applicants at the written interview conducted by the State Universal Basic Education Board (SUBEB) in Cross River State having a hard time answering basic knowledge questions.

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The State Governor, Ben Ayade had earlier directed SUBEB to commence immediate recruitment of 2,000 primary school teachers across the state in a bid to address the dearth of teachers at the basic level.

There is little wonder that the type of educational foundation that the average children in the state are exposed to from these schools is poor.

Apart from having an obviously poor handwriting, this applicant pictured above struggles to spell the words, ‘submitted,’ ‘assignment,’ etc.

This applicant in the picture above struggles with the English grammar. It is ironic that the applicant is applying for to teach English.

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