Augustine Owusu Mensah, a teacher at St. Matthias R/C JHS, New Takoradi, Western Region of Ghana is becoming famous with his complex artworks. Since art makes the world and everything in it, Augustine is working hard with his arts to revive the dead talented artists among his students.
He is very particular about the well-being of his students. With this, he has made it a point to teach the students every bit of art skills he has. In this world, not everyone is bound to be a genius in formal education. Augustine believes that education is not only about the formal aspect. With this, the non formal aspect of education should be respected and promoted.
Sir Augustine asserted that, some students are not good academically but they are very talented in drawing, painting, sculpting etc. Sometimes such students are intimidated by both teachers and parents about their poor academic performance. This is why most countries in Africa are not developed.
Let's come together and help the young talented ones so that they can establish themselves to earn some income for a living even if they don't get the opportunity to further their education.
You can email Sir Augustine - [email protected]
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