Teacher mocked for choosing to speak Twi instead of English on live Tv [video]

Ghanaian teacher whose name is unknown has been a subject of mockery after he chose to speak Twi rather than speaking English language on live television.

The teacher who went to Ebenezer Opambour’s church, popularly known as Prophet 1, and his problems were solved was asked by Opambour to give words of encouragement to his colleague teachers who have problems to come and seek answers from him. 

But the teacher resorted to speaking his mother tongue; Twi, which made Opambour and the Tv crew to laugh at him.

When asked to say everything he has to say in English, he said in local Ghanaian parlance “mep3 s3 meka no Twi” which translates “I want to say it in Twi”.

When he was asked which level he teaches as a teacher, he replied by saying he has taught at the Junior High School (JHS) level and he’s currently occupying a position as a Headteacher.

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Opambour and his workers were shocked to find out that a teacher who has taught for years and is now enjoying his position as a headteacher cannot speak English.

Users of the microblogging platform, X, formerly known as Twitter, reacted to the video.

Check out some of the reactions below;

@AbeikuBOn a serious note, this is very sad for the children he teaches..

@gyeningMaybe the man is lying. He isn’t a teacher or anything.

@Awes_leyGhana Education Service where u dey 🤣🤣🤣

@KwameOf419143ø4My stomach I dey ground 😀😀😀😀😀😀

@LowkeyGH_Ein small Pastor sef dey tear me pass 🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣

@peecal143Weeiiiiii, Ghana education 🤣

@QuophieparadiseChale😂😂😂 that’s some sad truth there

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