Check Out Why This Man Was Fired Without Being Paid His Monthly Salary In A Private School
By Jelisco | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 2715 views
When it comes to working in a private sector, one needs so much perseverance to be able to scale through. A Nigerian man has taken to his social media page and revealed why a private school fired him without paying him his monthly salary.
The man whose Twitter username identified as Abdullaziz, made this revelation on Twitter today. According to him, he was employed to teach maths and further maths in a school (although he didn't mention the name of the school and it's location). He went further to say that he did his job perfectly well and without grudges.
According to Abdullaziz, he was fired without payment because he refused to help the SS3 to cheat during their WAEC examination. Facts gathered from his post proves that the school was bend on having good results by all means, and since he couldn't assist in this ugly practice because of his principle, he was fired without payment. In addition, he said Dr. Dipo Awojide who stood by him, has paid him the money today. See screenshot of post below:
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