In every job that you participate in, you have to show a high level of professionalism in it. This is what we have always preached in the country. The act of exhibiting a high professionalism will not just help the country but increase productivity and it will go a long way to help the country develop.
But what we have seen today is something which has made us doubt if indeed the preaching of workers to exhibit professionalism is indeed working.
Earlier today, TheProgrammeNews have chanced on pictures circulating where Deputy Education Minister of Ghana, Hon John Ntim Fordjour who also doubles as a Reverend Pastor was spotted teaching in a senior high school. According to our checks, he went to Nyankumase Ahenkro SHS. He went there to exhibit his teaching prowess in Government lesson.
But what he was seen teaching the students have raised a lot of concerns from a lot of people in Ghana. He was teaching the functions of the Legislature in Ghana and according to him the number of MP's NPP is having in Parliament is 138 where as the NDC is having 137. Aside misinforming the students, it is not appropriate to do "politics" or even show your affiliation of a polical party to SHS students since they are minors.
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This particular picture has caused a lot of comments from people as many people are condemning him for doing misinforming the students and doing politics in class. Let's see some reactions from some people;
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