- A Ghanaian young man has mentioned some of the struggles he experiences as a headmaster of Lonpe MA Primary School in the Northern Region
- Kwame Mensah revealed that he resorts to swimming across a river every day to get to school
- The 36-year-old teacher shared that he single-handedly teaches pupils from Basic one through to 6
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Kwame Mensah, a Ghanaian headmaster at the Lonpe MA Primary School in the Northern Region, has opened up about some of the struggles he experiences in his line of work.
The publication by 3news.com reported that the 36-year-old has had to swim across the river in his town every day to get to school. Kwame admitted that teaching in a rural community is very challenging, and his family constantly worries about how he gets to school.
Sharing more about his work, Kwame recounted that he single-handedly teaches pupils in all classes from Classes 1 to 6.
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Ghanaian Teachers in Village Spotted Going House to House to Announce that School has Resumed
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a couple of teachers in an undisclosed town in Ghana were seen in a fast viral video on social media, begging their students to return to the classroom.
The teachers who moved from house to house indicated that they are at the post because of the students, and their work cannot be done until they return to school.
Below were some of the comments social media users shared under the post that gained thousands of reactions after a few hours of posting.
Frank Atoforson commented:
God bless you teachers.teachers are doing all this and government don't appreciate and respect teachers. God help us
John Boadu mentioned:
I wonder why sometimes as teachers we worry ourselves on issues that really don't concern us.is it our duty to go round to call students to come to school.u decided to take that duty up why don't u meet the opinion leaders in the community to address that issue.why should u be walking up and down in the community in the name of asking students to come to school.
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