- Madam Faustina Cobson, a primary class one teacher, has won the National Best Teacher award
- Madam Faustina won a home, a cash prize, and life insurance
- Two runners up also won cash prizes, and life insurance
Madam Faustina Cobson, a Primary 1 teacher, has won the award of 2017 National Best Teacher on day the Ghanaians celebrate the Global Teachers Day on October 5th.
Madam Faustina Cobson, who's 41-years-old, is a teacher at the Richard Quaye Memorial School Abogbloshi, in Accra. In order to win the 2017 Best National Best Teacher award she beat two other candidates.
Having won prestigious national award, Madam Faustina Cobson is in line to receive a three bedroom house, Ghc50,000, plus life insurance from SIC insurance company.
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Other than Madam Faustina, Madam Agnes Agbotsa was the one to win the first runner up position. Madam Nutakor teaches at the Kpeve Model School, In the Volta Region. She won Ghc110,000.
She was followed by Mr. Jospeh Agbotsa, who won the second runners up position. Mr. Joseph Agbotsa went away with a brand new car, Ghc20,000 and life insurance from SIC Insurance Company Limited.
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