- A 41-year-old father of 7 children, Moses Ahlidza, has returned to the classroom
- He is reportedly in the same class with his second child
- He is in the same school with all of his 7 children
Information available to YEN.com.gh shows that a 41-year-old father of seven children has returned to the classroom.
Moses Ahlidza explained his action by saying that he often feels left out when his children are engaged in a conversation.
This, he added, usually occurs when they go out fishing, and it often makes him feel uncomfortable.
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In that regard, he went on, he is in the same class as his second child.
Ahlidza added that his first child is in Junior High School three and is the School Prefect.
The third, he went on, is in class six, so he was comfortable and happy to be back in school.
Ahlidza said his fourth and fifth children were also in basic three while the sixth and seventh are in kindergarten one and two.
They all school at Atsigode near Dambai, in the Krachi East Municipality of the Volta Region.
He said he had the support of his wife and promised to enroll her too, after he completed.
The fisherman said his father married seven women and gave birth to 20 children, none of whom are educated.
He revealed that he started school in 1990, but went to class once a year and later dropped out.
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