Punctuality earned teacher a reward from governor Zulum
Borno state Governor, Babagana Zulum has rewarded a female teacher of a primary school in Maiduguri where he went on a random early morning Oi inspection.
According to a post by one Dogo M Shettima on Twitter, the governor was in the school around 6:46 in the early morning of Friday where he met the dedicated teacher who has already arrived school and awaiting the arrival of her pupils.
Zulum then heads to one of the cars in his convoy and brings out a wad of cash which he presented to the teacher, who knelt in jubilation, for her punctuality and dedication to service.
The elated teacher can be seen praying for the governor’s continued success.
Shettima added in his caption of the video that the governor promised the teacher a job after her retirement.
“Her gender, tribe, religion or state of origin does not surprise him but her passion, enthusiasm, dedication, commitment and above all patriotism do surprised him a lot,” Shettima wrote.
@GovBorno on his early Morning projects visits met a teacher in one of the primary school in Maiduguri at about 06:46hrs in the school premises waiting for her pupils, received reward and @ProfZulum assured her employment after retirement . @SpokesmanBornoG @MBuhari @DanBorno7338:44 AM – Feb 8, 2020Twitter Ads info and privacy630 people are talking about this
Reactions trails the governors actions by Nigerians who commented on the video hailed the governor’s recognition of the teacher’s effort.
Mazi Olayinka Danladi wrote: “And say, ‘Do [as you will], for Allah will see your deeds, and [so, will] His Messenger and the believers. And you will be returned to the Knower of the unseen and the witnessed, and He will inform you of what you used to do.’ Quran 9: 105.”
Saidat Shaibu wrote: “Leadership. I wish Boko Haram can just end so we would see how much of a good leader he is.”
Simon Ogah wrote: “Wow!! This touch my heart… She is a legend. God will never forget the faithful at heart. For this governor; I don’t even know how to describe him. I think exceptional will do. Federal government should honor this woman.”