Check out the supposed QUERY letter issued to a local government council employee

Check out the supposed QUERY letter issued to a local government council employee

- A local government worker in Toro Local Government Council in Bauchi state got a query letter

- The letter went viral as soon as it was dispatched

A local government worker received a query letter from Toro Local Government council for participating in some forbidden political affair aimed at supporting Dogara.

The query letter issued to the worker who flouted the rule was filled with grammatical errors and that made the letter go viral. The letter was written on Thursday, June 1; it was written through the director of the works and housing department in the local government.

According to the information on the letter, it was written by Abdullahi Mohammed. Nigerians are bemused with the content of the letter as they are shocked beyond words with the series of grammatical blunders made in the letter.

Check out the supposed 'QUERY' letter given to a local government council employee

Screenshot of the query letter issued by the local government.

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For an official letter to be filled with such mistakes is truly surprising. It is even more confusing that a local government worker or council as a whole could issue an error-filled letter. Whoever wrote the letter must have been frustrated because of the tone of the message.

Check out the supposed 'QUERY' letter given to a local government council employee

The supposed query letter issued by the local government.

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