- A school teacher has helped saved the life of a class two pupil known as Hannah Takyi who was suffering from a lung infection
- The teacher, known as Teacher Ewuraama, mobilized resources with the help of friends and raised GHC2000 to help Takyi
- A Video-Assisted Thoracoscopic Surgery (VATS) was then performed at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH) to save Takyi's life
YEN.com.gh has learned that a teacher known as Teacher Ewuraama has helped save the life of a class two pupil known as Hannah Takyi.
Takyi, who is a student of the Diamond State Academy at Kumasi in the Ashanti region, suffered a lung infection.
This occurred after an accident that happened during the Easter holidays.
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Teacher Ewuraama, in a bid to help, called on friends and loved ones to raise an amount of GHC2000 to help settle a bill of GHC3000.
The money was used to help perform a Video-Assisted Thoracoscopic Surgery (VATS) at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH).
Per a report by Pulse.com.gh, Takyi was not completely healed after the first operation was carried out.
A second operation was therefore performed and she was subsequently discharged from the hospital.
Teacher Ewuraama went viral recently over a video she was captured in with her students.
She, together with her students, replicated a welcome-to-school- handshake skit that was trending in Europe.
The video earned her many accolades as it was shared on many social media platforms as her ingenuity and student bonding routine was celebrated.
In other news, two Malawian school children have relayed a crucial message to world leaders with respect to the effects of emissions and climate change.
In their opinion, leaders need to do more to deal with the issue as the effects are overwhelming.
Another African, who is yet to be identified, argued that repeated protests would stimulate ideas for solutions.
To him, Africans need to plant more trees and the rich countries ought to help with education on the effects of climate change.
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