- Joy FM journalist and business editor, George Wiafe, paid homage to his late senior high school teacher, C.S Acheampong
- In a Twitter post, he disclosed that the late Acheampong was particularly involved in his academic life and had his personal development at heart
- Wiafe shared the emotional post to celebrate her on World Teachers' Day
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Joy FM business editor, George Wiafe, celebrated his teacher, the late C.S Acheampong of the Presbyterian Boys' Senior High School (Presec-Legon), on World Teachers' Day.
In a Twitter post, Wiafe paid homage to the female teacher who has passed away.
He recalled the late C.S Acheampong was particularly interested and involved in his development even after senior high school.
Celebrating her in the post, Wiafe wrote:
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''On International Teachers' Day, there is one special person that I want to celebrate, the late Mrs C.S Acheampong of PRESEC-LEGON.
''Even after school, you still had "an eye" on me, the calls and text messages, continue to Rest In Peace,'' he said.
The emotional post gathered fewer reactions and comments. YEN.com.gh shares some of the remarks below.
Social media comments:
Commenting underneath the post, @KM_Solomon, who appeared to know the late Mrs C.S Acheampong, said:
''She wasn't just a teacher but more than a mother to everyone. Rest Well Mä.''
WhyAlwaysEkow indicated that teachers are special.
''Teachers are special.''
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