I taught English language and physical education( every Wednesday). My headteacher got me breakfast every Wednesday morning. I loved Wednesdays. Hahah. There’s a lot of potential in our schools, the only challenge is availability of opportunities.
Jun 7, 2020 • 4 tweets • 3 min read
I’m at a crossroad.
Far away from my grassroots.
Left to choose between the bar and the stage.
Performing before an audience or defending souls before a supposed sage.
Left to choose between intermittent bows to a person or curtain calls.
My heart bleeds for both but my soul is monogamous.
I wish I could at this stage be polygamous
But nay ! Shift me to neutral. I’ll rather take free falls and feel marvelous.
Apr 12, 2020 • 7 tweets • 3 min read
If you ask me, our only way out of this whole #COVID2019ghana is to first of all do mass testing which I’m told has started taking place in certain areas. That will have to be fast tracked and made more efficient. By June Bibiaa b3y3 fine.
Secondly, we have to keep up with the education of the people who do not have access to the technology and resource to get access to information like you and I do. The rural areas etc we must reach out to them and make sure they’re abreast with what’s happening. #COVID2019ghana
Nov 7, 2019 • 5 tweets • 1 min read
During PE period today I decided to move from the usual sports, working out, voice training, games etc.
My focus today was to get to know my students i.e where they come from, where they live presently and what they aspire to be in future.
I was stunned, extremely happy and above all inspired as I listened. Amongst the professions and career paths included, farmers, doctors, business tycoons, pilots, teachers, footballers, fashion designers, engineers, scientists, musicians, artists, presidents and many many more.
Nov 7, 2019 • 7 tweets • 2 min read
I walked into class yesterday to teach. It was a busy Monday morning and I had missed my students because I didn’t meet them the previous week.