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Meet Ghanaian Female Teacher Who Uses Her Break Hours To Patch Up Pupils Torn Uniforms

A teacher at Kubease, a village in the Ashanti region, by name Naomi Awomeh, has won the love of many people.

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The story of how she’s touching the lives of young pupils in the school she teaches gained attention when it was shared on social media.

The community seamstress spends her lunch break at school patching up damaged uniforms of her students.

She also teaches the pupils needlework. Naomi’s story first gained attention on social media when Emmanuel Kobea, a young man who was touched by Naomi’s initiative in the school she teaches, shared a photo of her with a caption which read.

‘Change Starts; Wherever You Are! One of my daughters in the Lord Awomeh Naomi teaches at Kubease near Ejisu. She learnt dressmaking during her vacations while in College. She, in turn, teaches her Pupils needlework and she patches their worn out Uniforms during breaks??#ChangeMakers.’‘

Beyond being selfless, Naomi’s extraordinary humane work is helping the deprived pupils.

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