Igbo teacher praised by Borno Governor promoted to assistant headmistress

The Igbo teacher who was praised and compensated by Borno Governor has been promoted from class teacher to assistant headmistress.

The Igbo teacher Mrs Obiagelli Mazi, was a level 12 class teacher, who was encountered by Borno state Governor, Prof. Zulum at 6:30 am on Friday, during an unscheduled visit to the school, has been promoted to an assistant headmistress.

See the Igbo woman Governor of Borno state praised for her passionate dedication to work


Executive Chairman, Borno State Universal Education Board, SUBEB, Dr Shettima Kullima conveyed the promotion on Saturday after his recommendation was approved by Governor Zulum

When Governor Zulum paid an unscheduled visit to at Shehu Sanda Kyarimi 2 Primary school in Jere LEA to assess public institutions, he met Mrs Obiagelli already at the school at about 6.30 am, waiting for her pupils. The woman from Abia state has been teaching for 31 years.

Governor Zulum praised her for her dedication and rewarded her with personal cash of N100,000 after which he directed executive chairman of Borno State Universal Education Board to review the woman’s civil service position, her qualification.

24 hours later, the SUBEB chairman contacted the Governor recommending Mrs Obiagelli’s promotion from class teacher to assistant headmistress.

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