I was a renowned teacher at St. Monica’s School— Diana Asamoah reveals

I was a renowned teacher at St. Monica’s School— Diana Asamoah reveals

Evangelist Diana Asamoah, an award winning gospel musician has disclosed that she used to teach at Saint Monica’s School
after completing elementary school in 1987.

She said her teaching career was hugely influenced by her father who was an educationist or a teacher.

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Speaking in a recent interview, Diana explained  that she became a pupils teacher in 1987 and was a substitute teacher who replaced all absentee teachers at Saint Monica’s school.

“You know, in those days, they employed pupil teachers. When I completed school my father wanted me to learn how to sew clothes in Kumasi but he had not bought the sewing machine and other things I needed at that time so I thought of selling beans, soap and other items. However, he did not like the idea of me moving around people’s houses to sell. He feared that I could be raped.”

“He then told me that a pupil teacher at Saint Monica’s school was going for further studies at the training college so I should go and replace the teacher for the time being. When they noticed that I was doing well, they made me a ‘substitute teacher’ for every teacher that was absent,” she noted.

Asked what subjects she handled, Diana mentioned English Language, Geography and any other subject that was taught in the school.

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She boastfully said that none of the pupils she taught failed in their examinations, stressing that it was another reason she was excelling in her singing ministry.


Joyceline Natally Cudjoe

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