I Could Not Build a House or Shop after 30 Years of Teaching - Retired Ghanaian Teacher

I Could Not Build a House or Shop after 30 Years of Teaching - Retired Ghanaian Teacher

  • A retired Ghanaian teacher has revealed the field had little to no incentives for teachers during her time
  • She indicated that she could not acquire any significant property after teaching for 30 years due to the paltry salary
  • She sat of a discussion with Ghanaian professional teacher, Michael Owusu Afriyie

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After three decades of teaching, a retired Ghanaian teacher has revealed that the field had little to no incentives for teachers during her time.

In an interview with Ghanaian professional teacher, Michael Owusu Afriyie, know popularly as Teacher Kwadwo, she indicated that she could not acquire any valuable property from her years of service.

According to her, teachers received meager remunerations despite their efforts and years of dedication and service to the nation.

Ghanaian woman shares her experience as a retired teacher
I Could Not Build a House or Shop after 30 Years of Teaching - Ghanaian Retired Teacher Photo credit: Teacher Kwadwo
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Asked if she could point to one thing that she acquired with the earnings from working as a teacher after 30 years, she indicated that her salary was insufficient.

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She noted that she couldn't afford to build a house or shop because of the paltry earnings.

According to her, one could not build or do anything worth celebrating if they don't marry someone doing better in life, adding that one needed a side business to improve their living condition.

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Teacher Kwadwo Sacked GES

Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that, Ghanaian professional teacher, Michael Owusu Afriyie, known popularly as Teacher Kwadwo, has been sacked from his teaching role by the Ghana Education Service (GES).

In a letter to the outspoken teacher, the GES noted that he can no longer teach in the public sector because of misconduct, Pulse Ghana reports.

Teacher Kwadwo, also a comedian who seemed unperturbed by the dismissal, took to social media to disclose the development regarding his teaching career.

Source: YEN.com.gh

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