Nigerian stand-up comedian, Alibaba has said that the educational system in Nigeria started to rot from the day they stopped making people repeat the classes they failed.
According to Alibaba, this is the reason why there’s a surge in half baked graduates at the labour market.
Read the post below;
”I am a graduate. The educational system in Nigeria started to rot from the day they stopped making people repeat the classes they failed. As if that was not enough damage they made it worse when they started adding promoted on the trail. Now that the consequences have boomeranged these graduates, many of who found their way into the teaching profession and by virtue of that position would now be responsible;e for teaching the next generation of pupils students and undergraduates. They will now be claiming, first-class, 21 22 meanwhile the mo even deserve 5.1Now you see why companies employ and retrain the staff because the quality of graduate dropped beyond pity.
Some cannot even tie 2 crippled phrases together to limp to a sentence. Now tell me how they will now come and go and know what satire, irony and all their other cousins are. I have sat at interviews and marvels at how HR experts take all the flaws in like its pedestrian. Don’t even talk about comprehending a comprehension. Cest na pa compra vouz (whatever).
That why many like these jump into civil service. Meanwhile, civil service is supposed to be the engine of Government execution of its executive responsibilities.
Any wonder why we have half baked graduate. Talk now, someone will say English is not our mother tongue. Abeg, which of our mother tongues has been used for textbook in chemistry, physics, economics, literature, mathematics, history and the likes? Back in the days, if you read, sociology, psychology, history, fine art, Psychology, History, fine art. philosophy, you were considered humanities graduates and can fit anywhere. Today, hmmm what do I know.”