Are You Genuine Teachers Or You’re Politicians Masquerading As Teachers? – Former MDC Official

Former MDC spokesperson, Obert Gutu has criticised the previously announced plan by local teachers to boycott the invigilation of June 2020 examinations.

Gutu said the move would affect thousands of learners suggesting that those who came up with the plan were acting like politicians.

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The June examinations started today with thousands of students taking part. Posting on Twitter, the former Minister of Justice (during the GNU era) said:

Been reading somewhere about certain teachers’ ‘unions’ lobbying for the boycotting of June 2020 Zimsec exams.

What’s their agenda, really? So you don’t want 60 000 students to write their June exams?

Are you genuine teachers or you’re politicians masquerading as teachers?
Responding to Gutu, the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions said it was of no use to conduct examinations at this juncture since students missed part of the learning adding that the “rushed” process would only generate half baked school leavers.
Teachers had opposed the decision to continue with examinations saying learning centres were not adequately equipped to curb the spread of the coronavirus pandemic, therefore, conducting examinations in such an environment would put both earners and teachers at the risk of contracting the virus.
The government, however, insisted that all necessary measures were in place to ensure the safety of both teachers and learners.

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One Comment on “Are You Genuine Teachers Or You’re Politicians Masquerading As Teachers? – Former MDC Official

  1. Obert Gutu is a failed politician, hence taking a clue from him is akin to a person of no fixed abode!

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