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Inspiring: Ghanaian Teacher Sews School Uniforms for His Students With His Salary

A young Ghanaian teacher, Michael Owusu Afriyie, known as Teacher Kwadwo, mainly for his comic sketches he loves to play, reveals that he has decided to challenge himself every month by sewing uniforms for his students. school.

Michael took the initiative to sew 18 school uniforms for 18 students in his school, using his salary and monthly earnings. This is only the first batch.

The young Ghanaian teacher went to his Facebook page to show how happy he was to help these students despite the fact that he did not earn much as a basic teacher.

Ghana: Teacher sews school uniforms for his students with his salary

He wrote:

Is this not beautiful? 😊😙😗

Well, there are 18 students from the school I teach at Akrofuom D / A Elementary School in Adanse South District. 
I decided to help the students and every month, I will sew new uniforms for 18 students of the school. 
This is my first batch, as you can see, all are wearing new uniforms.

I’m not a millionaire, I use the money I earn in Teacher Kwadwo’s videos and my salary as a teacher to do all that. Just for the love and with the help of Almighty God.

Many of you may be wondering why I do not use the money to buy a property first. 
Yes, property is important, but seeing these children in need, “smiling” is the biggest property I am looking for on this earth.

I will be happy if people can help me make this project a bigger project because I want to help all the children in need in Ghana, not just the students in my school … God bless you all. Do not forget to remember me in your prayers. Piaaaawwww👊🏽😊❤

Michael Owusu is one in a million people, who has a very good heart for others and who has taken steps to improve his society.

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