From Mika’il Tsoho, Dutse
Jigawa state governor Malam Umar Namadi has assured the 4,500 temporary teachers known as ( J-Teach) that, the state government will not disenfranchise any one of them from getting employment but insisted on aptitude test.
The governor stated this while fielding question from newsmen on the protest against aptitude test stage by the J- Teach staff.
He noted that, the recruitment J- teach to permanent teachers is designed to be done in phases, and in the first Phase they want absorb 3,000”
“ To ensure justice for all, instead of making random selection, we organized this aptitude test for selecting the 3,000 out of the 4,500, and those who did not scale through now will continue to work as J-Teach before next round of recruitment” “.
“This aptitude test is necessary to ensure only qualified candidates are recruited, and those who can’t catch-up we have other plans for them including vocational training and empowerment “
The governor added that, the new date for the aptitude test will be announced, but assured that , no single candidate will be recruited outside J-Teach.