Do you remember, O Minister Naimi when you said in your speech on the occasion of Teacher’s Day which falls on October 5, 2012:
“To improve the conditions of teachers and improve the services provided to them is a priority of the ministry”.
Does slashing the livelihoods of your employees for several months and still deducting their salaries considered improving the conditions of teachers? Does interrogating them for more than once and subjecting them to prison and rape considered as improving the services provided to them? Does appointing half of the ministry staff in conducting investigations with the other half considered of the priorities of the ministry?
And can a teacher like me if time revised itself but only to ascend the door of your ministry and call for the umpteenth time to put you on an international trial and call to overthrow the top of this corrupted pyramid of power. And until that time arrives -that justice will always prevail- the revolution shall continue, because dignity is in the land and not in the body.