- A Nigerian man, Sam Hart, recently visited a school owned by his wife and decided to be a teacher for a few minutes
- The man said his younger children were in the class he taught and he pretended he didn't know them
- One of the kids was shy because his dad was the teacher, while the other one was answering questions brilliantly
A Nigerian man identified as Sam Hart has shared adorable photos on social media after teaching his kids alongside other children during an open day.
Sam said he visited the children's school which is owned by his wife and decided to teach for a few minutes.
According to the man, while the class was ongoing, he pretended he didn't know his kids. One of his kids was shy while the other one was answering questions in class.
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"It's open day at my younger children's school (which also happens to be owned by my wife). So I stopped by to be a teacher for a few minutes and pretended I didn't know my children."
The man also shared videos of the class and social media users loved the clips and the images.
He captioned one of the videos:
"Daniel is forming shy while Gabbie was shining for her classmates. Different personalities."
Tweeps flooded the comment section of the post to share their thoughts on it.
"That boy that talked about using water for energy and grow flower blows my mind. He's good and the other members of the class as well. And the way you tutor them is fantastic. Well done sir."
"I am telling all my classmates that my Daddy is now a teacher in my mum's school."
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"Wow...what if they go home and pretend they don't know you nko?"
"I at this age would have shouted see my daddy."
In other news, a Nigerian woman, Yetunde Adeseluka-Oladejo, shone a light on the ordeal of some poor school children of Ore Akinde village in Ogun state.
Yetunde said that the children always had to endure the arduous task of trekking for six hours every day to their secondary school.
Days after posting about the kids’ hard life on her LinkedIn, another kind woman, Bilqis Williams reached out to know how they could help the children.