- A lecturer at the University of Calabar, Frederick Bassey, has shared photos of himself babysitting a female student's set of twins
- Frederick Bassey revealed he had to babysit for the female student because she had to sit for an exam
- He shared photos on Twitter
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Frederick Bassey, a lecturer at the University of Calabar, Nigeria, has shared photos of himself babysitting a student’s set of twins to enable her sit for his exam at the institution.
Combining studies at the university with raising children could be very daunting and Frederick Bassey, with Twitter handle name @fredstashazashi, highlighted how challenging it was going to be for his student to write her papers with the twins tagging along.
He further described women who juggle motherhood with school and work as real heroes.
''So one of my students with twins had statistics exams today and I know how stressful it could be writing exams and babysitting, so I took the babysitting responsibility till she was through with the paper,'' Frederick said in a tweet.
Motherhood confers upon women the responsibility of raising a child and the process often impacts their lives.
It becomes necessary for them to make significant social and personal adjustments to cope with such the situation.
Frederick Bassey, helped the female student mother to balance motherhood and school.
Meanwhile, for 15 years, Da Esi has been ensuring that lifeless bodies are well preserved till families are ready for the burial and final funeral rites.
Ghanaweb writes that on the job, she is required to have almost surgical knowledge of the human body, while also having the skills of a counsellor to deal with grieving families.
Da Esi, a female mortuary worker opened up on what it is like dealing with dead bodies all day in an interview with KSM on the 'KSM Show'.
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