The passion most people show and display when it comes to teaching should be highly commended as it is the most underrated profession in the world which requires one's patience and tolerance to handle children placed in your hands.
The Ghanian teacher is one of such lady that has shown enthusiasm in the teaching profession. Her name is Madam Enyonam, a teacher at Adoagyiri R/C school in Kasoa. She has reinforced the narrative that disability is not inability after a photo of her holding a marker with her lips to write on a marker board for pupils went viral in 2018.
Despite having no arms, she didn't give up on her passion but devised a means to substitute for her hands by placing the marker in her mouth. The passion and zeal showed by this lady is laudable as she surmounted the difficulty to transfer knowledge to her pupils.
She does not teach her students classroom activities only, she also teach them how to become good leaders of tomorrow and how to move out of their comfort zone and beat down the difficulties in life to become a winner.
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The lesson to learn from this is that you shouldn't allow anything to limit you, if this lady could do it, you too can.
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N:B The photos used in this article are for illustrative purposes.
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