Popular Nollywood actress, Kate Henshaw has joined several Nigerians on social media to react to a number plate photo that went viral because of its wrongly spelt description.
The number plate which appeared to belong to Kano State’s chief whip, had an unmissable spelling error that left many people cracking up.
In the spelling, the word chief was wrongly spelt as ‘chip’.
Reacting to the photo, the popular actress stated that errors like this become inevitable because of a lack of attention to quality education.
In her words;
Here we go again… This is what happens when we do not pay attention and provide quality education for all… Good morning o.
Here we go again…
This is what happens when we do not pay attention and provide quality education for all…
Good morning o pic.twitter.com/MlZkeG1h2Z
— Kate Henshaw (@HenshawKate) November 3, 2019
In the same vein, Bisi Kazeem, spokesman of the Federal Road Safety Commission, in a statement on Sunday, November 3, said that the agency could not have made such an error “owing to the rigorous quality assurance procedure in producing and issuing licences.”
However, Ayuba Durum, chief whip of the Kano state House of Assembly, while reacting to the photo, said it was the ‘‘handiwork of mischievous minds trying to tarnish his reputation, that of the good people of Kano state and its leadership.’’
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