- Daniel Gyewu, a teacher at Yirenkyikrom D/A Primary School has received public support for being very kindhearted
- Daniel shared his story about giving his students free haircuts
- A stranger by name Kenneth Gyamerah who admired the act, took it upon himself to purchase a hair clipper for the 'teacher-barber' to support his good works.
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A teacher who has been trimming his students' hair for free has recently been blessed by a stranger who saw the good works of the teacher.
The teacher, Daniel Gyewu who teaches at Yirenkyikrom D/A Primary School, shared the story in a popular social media group named Tell It All where he expressed gratitude to the kindhearted stranger who decided to sponsor him with more logistics.
According to Daniel, he made a post in the popular Facebook group about his good works of trimming the hair of his students. The post went viral and won many powerful comments on social media.
Shortly after, the good Samaritan who was identified as Kenneth Gyamerah, commented under Daniel's post and said he was going to support his good works.
Daniel continued to explain that he did not think that the 'stranger' meant what he promised to do, but now, it has materialized as Kenneth fulfilled the promise by purchasing a hair clipper for him.
The message Daniel posted indicates that he was highly emotional about the gesture.
He advised the public saying that the most important thing in life is making others smile.
See his full message below:
"One Mr Kenneth Gyamerah from this noble group, Commented on my 1St post that he would buy me a machine(hair clipper) since he is impressed for seeing me trimming my students' hair. I thought it was a joke.
Lo and behold he has fulfilled his promise
To me, the best thing you can do to yourself is making yourself happy but the most important one is making others smile with the little thing you do in their lives.
Help me bless Mr Kenneth Gyamerah for what he has done to these needy pupils of Yirenkyikrom D/A primary school.
I am much grateful"
The primary teacher Daniel is only one of the people with admirable deeds in education.
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that Professor Alexander Adum Kwapong had a life full of achievements, going from a young professor at the age of 30 to becoming the first Ghanaian Vice-Chancellor of the University of Ghana.
A report confirms that the professor was born in March 1927 and was only affectionately known as Kwabena Sei at the time.
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