Speaking in an interview with Afia Amankwah Tamakloe on Adom TV, Mr Kwadwo Dickson revealed.
According to Kwadwo Dickson, one of his headmasters once asked the class if he, Kwadwo Dickson is not mad.
Mr Kwadwo Dickson explaining the situation said anytime time the headmaster enters their class to inspect and sack students owning school fees, he run away from the classroom and later comes back after the headmaster is gone.
The Ace broadcaster, Kwadwo Dickson said he did that because he was not having anyone who was paying his fees as at that time.
He said some of his mates might have reported him to the headmaster about it as one day his head teacher got fed up, dragged him and asked the class, "don't you think Dickson is mad?".
Kwadwo Dickson said his headmaster insisted that he's mad after his mates said no Kwadwo Dickson is not mad. He said he cried that day knowing very well that he's not mad.
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