The social media sensation cum professional teacher known in the entertainment fraternity as Teacher Kwadwo has shockingly recounted the challenges he encountered in Secondary School in Kumawu within the Ashanti Region.
He revealed the difficulties he passed through during his secondary school education at Tweneboah Koduah Senior High School on the award winning television show 'Atuu' in a proposed interview with Abeiku Santana
"I wasn't sure of failing my WASSCE exams but WAEC did fail me at Tweneboah Koduah Secondary School in Kumawu. I took four different November-December Examinations upon failing the WASSCE which amounted me with 5 Secondary School Certificates before becoming a teacher" he said.
Teacher Kwadwo has been an epitome of education in Ghana with the zealous and enthusiastic nature towards the teaching profession.
He was a professional teacher at Akrofuom in the Adansi District of Ashanti as well as a host on United Show Biz on UTV with Nana Ama McBrown
Born Michael Owusu Afriyie, he has solidly been active with comic videos that had received much attention in the country and the kind of love and praise showered on him for reducing tension with his hilarious videos is unimaginable.
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