Student sues former English teacher who 'skipped class' for 8 months


(From left) Legal aide Jubili Anilik, Siti Nafirah and her lawyer Rozana Jamaludin.

PETALING JAYA: A former secondary school student in Sabah has filed a suit against her former English language teacher for not teaching her class for about eight months.

Nafirah Siman, who has since turned 18, sued teacher Jainal Jamran for not turning up to teach English classes at SMK Taun Gasi, in Kota Belud, Sabah in 2015, back when she was in Form 4.

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