People make mistakes. Anyone can make mistakes, even our president Nana Akufo-Addo can make mistakes as well. Mistakes are constant. Teachers are known to be intelligent, and they are known to be professionals because they have a certificate that certifies them to become a teacher and impact knowledge on their students. And that does not make them higher human beings or perfect.
A photo has been shared online and is causing reactions. That was assumed that she wanted to write that she had passed to the next class. She mistakenly wrote she had passed away. Maybe it was a mistake, maybe it wasn't.
Some social media users are insinuating that the teacher made a mistake. Maybe the teacher didn't go to university or have a degree. Maybe she doesn't know how to read or write proper English. I don't know what may prompt her to make such a mistake. What would you do if you wrote that on your result? Who knows of she was a wack teacher who can't read or write.
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