Nana Kojo Butler: Ghanaian teacher paints classroom with his money to welcome students (Photos)

Nana Kojo Butler: Ghanaian teacher paints classroom with his money to welcome students (Photos)

- A Ghanaian teacher at the Nsadwir M/A Basic School, Nana Kojo Butler, has given his classroom a facelift

- Butler reportedly used his money to improve the appearance of the classroom to welcome his students as schools in the country reopen

- Humbling photos on social media show Butler painting the classroom

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Nana Kojo Butler, a kind-spirited Ghanaian teacher at the Nsadwir M/A Basic School, has reportedly used his teacher's allowance to give his classroom a facelift.

At a time when many around the world are struggling with economic hardships due to the troubling coronavirus pandemic, Butler has become a glittering example of benevolence.

Butler reportedly used his allowance to purchase paint to give his classroom a colourful facelift as schools in the country reopen for studies to commence.

Nana Kojo Butler: Ghanaian teacher paints classroom with his money to welcome students (Photos)

Ghanaian teacher Nana Kojo Butler paints his classroom with his money to welcome students to school as schools reopen. Image: @crabbimedia
Source: Instagram

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The generous teacher has given his classroom a bright facelift to welcome his pupils and make teaching attractive for them, a post about his kind deed indicates.

''Meet Nana Kojo Butler, a basic school teacher from Cape Coast Oguaa

He bought paint with the allowance he received and repainted his classroom to make teaching and learning attractive for his pupils.

He's a teacher at Nsadwir M/A Basic School,'' the post read.

Humbling photos accompanying the post on social media show Butler painting the classroom.

Schools in the country were closed since March 15, 2020, as the government rolled out measures to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

After nine months of closure due to Covid-19, President Akufo-Addo in his 21st address announced the opening of schools for basic schools on January 15.

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With a vibrant career spanning over 30 years, the Ghanaian movie star has earned her strides, starring in groundbreaking films such as Invictus alongside American Golden Globe Award winner Morgan Freeman.

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Source: Yen.com.gh

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