Niger teachers threaten to strike in support of sacked colleagues

Teachers in Niger are threatening to strike in support of thousands of colleagues who were sacked for incompetence.

    Teachers in Niger are threatening to strike in support of thousands of colleagues who were sacked for incompetence.

    Government inspectors found many teachers in public schools were using fake education certificates to get their jobs.

    Al Jazeera's Sinem Koseoglu reports.


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