VIDEO: Soludo’s Commissioner uses vulgarity to insult teacher recruitment applicants at failed exam centres
Professor Ngozi Chuma-Udeh, the Anambra State Commissioner for Education recently appointed by Prof Charles Chukwuma Soludo, was caught on tape using vulgarity to insult applicants who were at one of the failed centres for the teachers’ recruitment exam.
Professor Chuma-Udeh was heard calling the applicant “idiot” and “stupid” but unknown to her was being recorded.
She said: “Madam, you are an idiot…”
The later said: “You stupid woman…”
And also: “You have the effrontery to call me on the phone to talk rubbish. Will you get out of my phone, you failed FA.”
And later: “You are not supposed to be found in the corridors of education. You are all hooligans!”
Listen to the audio/ video below:
Reacting to the recorded conversation between Professor Chuma-Udeh and the applicant, our correspondent, Mr. Eneh Victor Chigozie remarked:
“This is the Commissioner for Education, Professor Charles Chukwuma Soludo appointed few months ago.
“Please hear from her and the choice of words she used on one of the applicants who was at one of the failed centres for the teachers’ recruitment exam.
“Those who voted for Soludo should start apologizing now. The man has started failing even before his administration started.
“This is the best he got and made commissioner from the online portal where he asked ndi Anambra who wish to serve in his govt to apply.
“Thank God no one recommended his commissioners for him. He picked them himself from over 20,000 ndi Anambra who applied in his online portal.”
It could be recalled that News Band reported that Governor Soludo had nominated 20 commissioners to the state Assembly twelve days after inauguration that will work with him in the state.
Soludo made the nomination with portfolio attacked to each of the nominees.
The nominees are Ifeatu Chinedu, Ofonze Amucheazi, Ifeanyi Okoma, Chiamaka Nnake, Afam Obidike, Patrick Aghamba, Ifeyinwa Obinabo, Obinna Ugonnadi, Julius Chukwuemeka.
Others are Paul Nwosu, Foster Ihejiofor, Patricia Igwebuike, Felix Odimegwu, Chikodi Anara, Chika Ifemeje, Collins Nwabunwanne, Donatus Onyeji, Anthony Ifeanya, Paulinus Onyeaka, and Ngozi Chuma-Udeh.
Soludo succeeded the former state governor, William Maduaburochukwu Obiano, on March 17, 2022.