A young Ghanaian teacher,Philemon Buabeng, who is now living in Vietnam, has urged Ghana’s government to take into account sending English teachers to the Asian nation.
The 33-year-old English instructor in Vietnam told YEN that sending trained teachers, particularly those who are unemployed, will benefit the nation much.
The Vietnam-based Ghanaian teacher therefore pleaded with the government to send teachers abroad.
Philemon Buaabeng added that his stay in the nation of Southeast Asia had made him realize that the Vietnamese truly favored Ghanaian teachers, partly because of their degree of competence. He said this is “Due to the way we speak, Ghanaian teachers here are doing very well.”
He is of the opinion that the government can take advantage of this by getting in touch with the Vietnamese government so we can export teachers to this country because of how well-spoken our English is and how much they love Ghanaians.
According to Mr. Buabeng, the government can take advantage of the chance by opening an embassy.
The former SHS teacher continued by saying that it will also assist Ghanaian teachers earn well-paying wages and minimize unemployment.
He concluded by giving advice to Ghanaian teachers who intend to travel to Vietnam.
He said they need teachers who are well-qualified and possess the necessary licenses to be allowed to teach.