Female teachers weep uncontrollably after headmaster has secure transfer to a different school


A headmaster has been transferred to a different school and it seems female teachers of the school just can’t cope with his departure.

It is a well known practice in Ghana that, teachers are been transferred from one school to another after some years of service in a particular school.


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This was the same fate of one headmaster of a yet to be identified school, who had secured a transfer to a different school.

His departure seems to be a huge blow to most female teachers of the school and they made their feelings known during the final announcement of their headmaster’s departure.

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In a video that found its way to Facebook, the female teachers were in some high level of uncontrollable emotions, crying over the departure of the headmaster.

Watch the video here

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