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You Might even nominate me to win Heaven’s ticket - Teacher Kwadwo blasts critics

Teacher Kwadwo is a teacher by profession and a well-known social media pundit in Ghana.

He last week presented a school uniform, shoes, socks, and a motorbike to Agya Musah, a less privileged man in an undisclosed a deprived village to be used to convey his children to school in a nearby town.

He then posted pictures and videos of the presentation on his Facebook wall. Some people then questioned why he should post doing good things to people on social media and not being secret.

Teacher Kwadwo then reacted and called those people for these reasons:

1. For four years now since he became a teacher, he has been doing more than what he posts on social media and are just the tip of the icebergs.

He continued to say that people should come to his district and ask about the projects and developmental works he has been doing in his district at Akrofuom District and ask what his district officers have refused to talk about.

And also expressed worry that what he has been doing is even not on his file in the district and doesn’t know why they have decided not to say anything about what he does or even say “Well Done” to him. "I do it for the love of it so I don’t care about their congratulations”.


2. He also said that he often posts these things when it involves other people's contributions and for accountability's sake.

Teacher Kwadwo queried that, when he was posting about how bad most schools are in the country, "most hypocrites and hateful souls" were not happy and said he was just trying to disgrace the government without help.

4. He has therefore directed that if anyone really wants to know more about what he has been doing to help schools in Ghana, they should come to his district.

"I will then show them all that and trust me, you might even nominate me to win Heaven’s ticket"

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