- A class one teacher has become an internet sensation over her kind gesture to her students
- The class one teacher identified as Abena Mankosa cooks food and gives her student free of charge in class
- Many hailed her kindness and described her as an ideal teacher
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A beautiful female teacher has been celebrated on social media for her unusual deed to students. The teacher named Abena Mankosa, according to BBC News Pidgin, who teaches at the Aninkroma D/A primary school in Ashanti region, Ghana has been a blessing to her students.
Abena, a class one teacher, would always cook meals and offer them to her students free of charge.
BBC News Pidgin in an Instagram post, shared pictures of some of the benefiting students as they enjoyed the free meal given to them by their kind teacher.
It is said that she makes the cookings with the financial support she got from her Facebook friends.
The post got many people talking, with the majority heaping prayers and showering prayers on the kind teacher for her selfless act.
"She truly has been called into teaching. Hope she has enough to continue."
"Make God load am with boku boku blessings."
"God bless you, you and your family will never go hungry in Jesus name amen."
"Courage sis..and may the almighty replenish the source."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a teacher had bought food for underprivileged kids with his stimulus pay.
CNN said Matthew Pierce caters for the feeding of kids, from underprivileged homes who happened to be students, with his teacher's stimulus.
The teacher who teaches at the Milton Hershey School in Hershey, Pennsylvania reportedly had a humble beginning. He was said to have had his childhood in economic and low-cost homes where getting the basics necessities of life wasn't that easy.
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