Reno Omokiri has called out Governor Nasir El-Rufai of Kaduna State, over a post the Governor made about 11 years ago.
The Governor had written about low payment of teachers and how funds can be raised to increase teacher's salary.
Governor El-Rufai stated in a post he wrote on May 16, 2010, that he had urged that teachers should be paid like graduates in the banking sector, so as to attract the best to the teaching sector.
He also wrote that some people had asked him where the government would get the fund to pay the teachers such attractive amount, well his answer is that government should cut unnecessary spending.
Governor El-Rufia gave an example that the fund spent on convoys for Governor, Ministers, Legislators and the rest can be spent on education and be used to pay teachers.
Screenshot of the post.
Now that El-Rufai is now in power, as the Governor of Kaduna State, Reno Omokiri, ask if he is paying his teachers the same amount as that of gaduates working in banking sector as El-Rufai promised.
Reno claimed that lies do have expiry date.
Here is a screenshot of what Reno said
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