- A Ghanaian young man has recently taken to Twitter to announce his good news as he lands a teaching job in Dubai
- According to the post sighted by YEN.com.gh, he will be working as an assistant physical education teacher
- Tweeps who saw his post headed to the comments section to congratulate him
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A happy Ghanaian man with a Twitter handle, @ivanboateng_, has recently announced that he has been offered a teaching job in Dubai.
@ivanboateng_ shared that he will be working as an assistant physical education teacher in one of the most beautiful cities of the United Arab Emirates.
His actual post read as follows;
Been offered a job in my field in Dubai as a Assistant Physical Education Teacher. I’ve been smiling all day
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Netizens who saw his announcement have been engaging massively.
The post at the time of this publication has close to 6,000 likes, over 20 quote tweets, more than 200 retweets, and 43 comments.
Some of the comments have been highlighted below;
Embrace it. Dubai’s where it’s at, probably private school so he’ll be okay. I was fed to the public school hyenas
Dope, Dubai and arab countries is so good for teachers, they care of y'all. Congrats
tax free money as well congratulations
Congratulations we love to see it
Everybody moving Dubai .. damn I should go to
Congrats man, good to see one of us doing it big!
YEN.com.gh earlier reported that, a fifth-grade teacher known as Joshua Martin is reported to have graciously offered scholarships to high school students he does not know with his very own money.
Good morning America (GMA) reported this in a video published on their Youtube channel.
When asked "why?" during the interview, this benevolent young man narrated that he wanted to make a change and also give students the financial support they needed to go to school.
An essay writing competition on the title, "Being a black man in America" was organised for black students to partake in and the best entries were selected.
The total number of students who were awarded the scholarships were not disclosed.