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Massive cover-up by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology: Former teacher

Publication date: Thursday, April 25, 2024

Posted by: Cynthia D Baga



Nurhiza is hearing a lawsuit brought by plaintiff Siti Nafila Shiman, 23, against Mohd Jainal and SMK Town Gusi principal Suid Hanapi (in his capacity as principal of SMK Town Gusi). He was testifying before High Court Judge Datuk Ismail Brahim. , the 1st, 2nd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th defendants named Kota Beld District Education Officer, Director of Sabah State Education, Director General of Education Malaysia, Minister of Education Malaysia and Malaysia. government.

Kota Kinabalu: A former teacher at SMK Taung Gusi said the school’s teacher absenteeism problem was covered up by people in “power”. Since becoming a teacher, Nurhaiza Ejab, 39, has been concerned about the issue of English teacher Mohd Jainal Jamrin, who was sued by a former student eight years ago for not coming into class to teach English to his students. He said it was the worst scandal ever.

“The worst thing I said was that this involved people who were teachers, the Ministry of Education (KPM), the Provincial Ministry of Education (JPN), the Provincial Education Department (PPD), and the schools themselves. Because it was a massive cover-up. “All of these parties were very keen to protect their image and reputation. “They were willing to conspire just to protect their position and reputation. “When this incident became public, they were under stress from the KPM level to the school.

“At the provincial level, the KPM chief at the time was Datuk Amin Senin, a former principal of SMK Taung Gusi. “The Sabah JPN director for 2015 was Datuk Jeem Alip, who is also a former principal of SMK Taung Gusi. It was Mr.

2018 Sabah JPN director Datuk Maimuna Sahibul is a former teacher at SMK Taung Gusi. “So they want to protect their image and the image of the school they once served. For example, when James was principal, he knew about Jainal’s absenteeism,” Nurhiza said. Nurhiza is hearing a lawsuit brought by plaintiff Siti Nafila Shiman, 23, against Mohd Jainal and SMK Town Gusi principal Suid Hanapi (in his capacity as principal of SMK Town Gusi). He was testifying before High Court Judge Datuk Ismail Brahim. , the 1st, 2nd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th defendants named Kota Beld District Education Officer, Director of Sabah State Education, Director General of Education Malaysia, Minister of Education Malaysia and Malaysia. government. The plaintiff alleges, inter alia, that the eight defendants breached their statutory obligations under the Education Act by failing to teach her English and prepare her for exams between February 2015 and October 2015. We are seeking a declaration that this has been done. As stipulated in the Education Act. Nurhaiza further stated that during the investigation that took place after the case was filed, she was called to the JPN office and questioned by Shafidah, a special officer of KPPM. “I wrote a statement on several sheets of paper with JPN Integrity Unit letterhead about everything I knew about this case in 2015.” Ms. Shafidah said she would send the evidence to government lawyers. But they never sent my evidence. “In fact, I was dismissed at the last meeting when JPN was finalizing all the documentary evidence,” Nurhiza said. Lawyer Shireen Sikayoun represented Siti Nafila, while senior federal prosecutor Jesseka Daimis and federal prosecutor Mohd Fazliel Fardianshah Abdul Qadir represented the defendant. Lawyer Datin Mary Florence Gomez (Chairman of Sabah Law Society Women and Children’s Rights Subcommittee) and Lawyer Yanik Mohd Anuar provide a summary of Mr. Suhakam’s monitoring. The trial will continue in June.

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