“Please forgive me for insulting you” – Teacher Kwadwo cries as he begs John Mahama for forgiveness

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Embattled tutor, Teacher Kwadwo, who was relieved of his duties as a pupil-teacher by the Ghana Education Service had one of his worst posts revealed where he was insulting former president, in the name of John Mahama.

This was revealed by Kwame A Plus after he dropped a couple of screenshots where teacher Kwadwo insulted John Mahama and sympathisers of the NDC>

This was in response to GES’ directive to sack Teacher Kwadwo over misconduct.

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According to Kwame A-Plus, who is outrightly against GES’ decision to relieve Teacher Kwadwo from his duties as a teacher, the ruling NPP government spearheaded by Akuffo Addo are intolerant.

Per his submission, John Mahama who even had his image dented by the pupil-teacher didn’t take any drastic action against him.

He captioned the screenshots he shared as;

“Teacher Kwadwo made these statements under John Mahama but still kept his job. Nobody went after him. Today, he is only asking for better teaching and learning conditions for all and he has been sacked by the same GES he is fighting for. The sad thing is that some of the Ghanaians he is fighting for will say, he talks too much because when NPP is in power, talking is illegal.“

In all these, Teacher Kwadwo has finally swallowed the humble pie and apologized to John Mahama for insulting him on his social media pages because of dirty politics.

In a Facebook live video, Teacher Kwadwo rendered an unqualified apology to John Mahama and sincerely asked for forgiveness and admitted that he acted foolishly during that time because he had allowed dirty politics to cloud his common sense.

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