Feeding of Learners: Female Teacher using Learners to solicit Money for her personal gains – GES


The Ghana Education Service (GES) has cautioned Abena Serwah Mankosah, a Basic one Facilitator of the Aninkrom D/A Primary in Adankwame District in the Ashanti Region for allegedly using her learners to solicit money on social media.

These accusations come barely days after the young facilitator took to social media to show pictures of herself and her learners sharing food she supposedly provided for the Learners.

The story of a female teacher named Abenah Serwaah Mankosa who uses her peanut salary to feed her less privileged pupils went viral on social media.


Following her kind-hearted display, Abenah was lauded by Ghanaians for her benevolence with BBC Pidgin also giving her mileage.

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The Ghana Education Service(GES) is reportedly considering sanctioning the young lady for alleged misconduct, and this has enraged many on social media.


Sources say that Abenah has been invited by the GES to explain her actions and to provide documents that validate her decision to feed the pupils.

”The GES is accusing the young teacher of going against GES rules to take pictures of the kids and sharing them on social media as well as using the kids to solicit money for personal gains.”  a story on Ghpage.com indicated.


Also, she is accused of using the school feeding program to deceive the public. Some posts made by Abenah Serwaah Mankosa on Facebook prove that the reports are indeed true.


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Many find the Ghana Education Service’s actions ridiculous since Abenah was doing what the Service was supposed to do in the first place.



About Abenah Serwaah Mankosa

She is a product of St Monica’s College of Education and the University of Education, Winneba respectively.

She is known publicly for providing support for her learners through her ”FEED THE KIDS GHAHA” initiative.


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