There is a popular saying that the best property you can leave for your child is education.
For some people, they have not had the opportunity to be in school because of their financial status.
However, for many, they are not despaired despite their financial difficulties.
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Talking about education, Junior High School is believed to be for adolescents between the ages of 11 and 15.
But one man, despite his age, has defied all the odds to get an education which he missed out on during his youthful days.
Kwesi Baiden, a 66 year old man is pupil of the Mozano District Assembly Junior High School, Central Region.
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Mr Baiden resolved to go back to school and get educated even though he’s way past the average school going age.
With his decision to go back to school, Baiden has proven that no one is too old to be educated
YEN.com.gh previously reported how a 41-year-old father of seven children returned to the classroom.
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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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