Bernard Bossor: Meet 23-year-old Ghanaian Teacher Blessing Society with his Passion for Footwears

Bernard Bossor: Meet 23-year-old Ghanaian Teacher Blessing Society with his Passion for Footwears

- Bernard Bossor, a teacher at the Presby Primary School in the Atiwa West District of the Eastern Region also makes footwear with great passion

- According to Bernard, he developed the passion right after JHS in 2013 and has been developing it for the past 8 years

- Today, he is combining both skills to help the minds of young people whilst helping humanity at the same time

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A 23-year-old Ghanaian gentleman by the name Bernard Bossor who is a trained teacher has groomed himself with another useful skill that he is using to make an impact in society.

Bernard Bossor who teaches at the Presby Primary School in the Atiwa West District of the Eastern Region of Ghana shared his story and pictures after speaking about his passion to YEN.com.gh.

According to the gentleman, he discovered his passion for making footwear as far back as 2013 right when he finished junior high school and was about to enrol in a senior high school.

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Meet 23-year-old Ghanaian teacher blessing society with passion for footwears
Meet 23-year-old Ghanaian teacher blessing society with passion for footwears Credit: Bernard Bossor
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For the past eight years, Bernard has kept developing the skill and now owns a space where he displays the numerous works that he was able to make whilst doing his regular teaching job.

Bernard Bossor, who calls himself, A Teacher with A Passion for Footwear, said his strongest desire is for society to be transformed for the better.

In the photos shared with YEN.com.gh, Bernard could be seen with some of his students which suggests he is helping minds and helping humanity also.

In another interesting story, over 30 Ghanaian children who have been missing from as far back as 2007 still remain ununited with their families as many of them were too young to describe where they had come from.

According to a documentary that was put together by award-winning journalist, Regina Asamoah in the Ashaiman Municipality of the Greater Accra Region, the kids have been kept together ever since.

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It was also revealed the spate at which children are getting missing in Ashaiman is alarming as incidences of missing children are reported almost every day in the municipality.

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Source: Yen Ghana

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