Dept to probe teacher who allegedly skipped classes


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  • Thursday, 01 Nov 2018

KOTA KINABALU: The Sabah Education Department is probing the case of a teacher in Kota Belud who allegedly skipped classes for about seven months in 2015.

“This has become a court case, so I cannot comment further but rest assured we are doing what is necessary,” said department director Datuk Maimunah Suhaibul.

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