It is no longer news that some youths blame their unemployment on either the government or their school teachers because they feel deceived by them.
That is the case of a 27-year-old Zambian man, Robert Chikwanda, from Lusaka who plans to sue his school teachers for failing to teach him things that would help him in society.
Chikwanda has reportedly shared a video on social media to voice out his frustration.
Though he spoke in his native language, Briefly.co.za gathered that Robert was complaining that his teachers only wasted his parents’ money.
“To all my teachers who taught me I’m taking you to court for robbing my parent’s money. You were busy teaching me rewrites in English, Starch, X + Y = 23 when none of the above is applying in society. In banks we don’t use rewrites. I feel you taught me things that you knew could not add value in society,” he reportedly said.
Reports further suggest that the young man recently met with two of his lawyers who have agreed to help him deal with his former primary and secondary school teachers.
Meanwhile the Ghana Education Service (GES) has sacked four teachers of the Ejisuman Senior High School in the Ashanti Region for acts of sexual misconduct.
The sacked teachers, Isaac Amponsah, Moses Asmah, Andrew Adu Asare and M. Osei were found guilty of having immoral relations with some students.
The four are among nine teachers who were interdicted in March 2018 after news broke that such acts were happening in the school.
Earlier, Briefly.co.za had reported that some five teachers had also been sacked for impregnating one student.
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