Woman sacked by Nasarawa Civil Service for expressing her mind on FB

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A Nigerian woman named Ruqayyat Tijjani Usman, (pictured) who worked with the Nasarawa State Government civil service took to twitter to say she was sacked over comments she made on Facebook.

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Ruqayyat was unfairly sacked because she expressed her freedom of speech by asking the Nasarawa State government some pertinent questions on social media. She was sacked a few days after she made these comments…

The termination letter given to Ruqayyat Tijjani Usman by the Nasarawa State Government.

 

Source: Facebook

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3 COMMENTS

  1. Kudos to Nasarawa State govt for dismissing her. She shld know d ethics and rules of civil service. No body anywhere in dis world will ever accept a staff of his insulting him publicly. Good for her

  2. As a state counsel, suggesting that she is a new wig, who couldnt know that she ought to have quit the service before she Made the remark she felt she had the right to make, was obviously carried away by youthful exuberance. Luckily though she has the option to move to the private bar.

  3. As a state counsel, suggesting that she is a new wig, who couldnt know that she ought to have quit the service before she Made the remark she felt she had the right to make, was obviously carried away by youthful exuberance. Luckily though she has the option to move to the private bar!

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