Nigerian Man Finds Fulfillment as he Resumes Teaching Job at a School he Finished from, Many React
- A Nigerian man simply identified as Nurudeem recently disclosed that he started a teaching practice at the secondary school he finished from
- Going back to his secondary school for a teaching practice has given the young man a sense of fulfilment
- Nigerians flooded the comment section of his post with congratulatory messages and reminded him to teach the students well
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A Nigerian man simply identified as Nurudeen Gbadegesin has found fulfilment after going back to the secondary school he finished from to start a teaching practice.
The young man made the disclosure on his Twitter page, saying he couldn't be more fulfilled with the development.
Speaking to Legit.ng, Nurudeen said he is studying Economics at Tai Solarin University and teaching Commerce at Pakoto High School, Aiyede, Ifo Ogun state.
According to the young man, he chose to go into teaching because he wanted to change his perception of teachers. He said he saw teachers as demigods while growing up and wanted to change such perception.
He said he wanted to be in the same room with the teachers he was once scared of, adding that they are humans after all.
According to Nurudeen, teaching is cool but he would be going into another profession.
He called for the review of teachers' salaries in Nigeria and urged the government to make loans and grants available for them.
In his words on Twitter:
"Today, I started TP (teaching practice) at the secondary school I finished from.
"Can’t be more fulfilled, call me uncle Nurudeen."
A tweep with the handle @t4tahyor congratulated the young teacher and reminded him to teach the students well.
In her words:
"Congratulations, make sure you teach them well."
@hizeed knows the young teacher is a fan of Nigerian music star 9ice and warned him against playing the artiste' song to his students in class.
"Don’t go and be playing 9ice to student in class o."
"Nice, God will see you through."
"Congrats Uncle Nurudeen."
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In a previous report by Legit.ng, a Nigerian man identified as King David got Nigerians talking after he revealed how much he earned.
King David took to Twitter to make the revelation to the surprise of his followers. This was after a personal development coach, Dr Dipo Awojide used the same platform to air his opinion about the inequality that teachers suffer in Nigeria.
He stated that whenever he remembers that teachers in the country earn between N20k and N25k monthly, it gets him angry.
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According to him, Nigerian teachers are not being treated fairly in the country.