The report revealed Inusah using an improvised structure for a classroom to contain his students as he takes them through mathematical and alphabetical lessons. In an interview with the reporter, Inusah said, “I know all my students, I know their names and where they live. I just want to help, it is not the money that I need. When asked how much he received from the parents Inusah said, “Sometimes one cedi each, and sometimes two cedis.”Parents in the community knowing the essence of education, endeavor to get their children a place at Inusah’s school despite their scares resources. Some children are seen barefooted with home cloths carrying stools and chairs from their homes to their ‘school’, while the younger ones are accompanied by the parents.
Source: GhanaWeb November 14, 2017 14:48 UTC