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Video & Photos: Armless Ghanaian Woman, Math Teacher Enyonam Louisa Ayisi Who Writes With Leg

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Meet Ghanaian Mother Who Teaches Mathematics With Pen In Her Mouth & Writes With Her Leg

See more photos and video of a Ghanaian woman, mathematics teacher who was seen solving mathematics equation with a pen in her mouth in a viral photo that almost broke the net yesterday.

If you are among those who give excuses for failures, these viral photos of the female mathematics teacher should inspire you to have a change of heart.

The woman identified as Enyonam Louisa Ayisi was seen solving math equation as she used her teeth to hold a marker at a school in Kumasi Ghana.

Enyonam Louisa Ayisi

The lovely woman was tagged #Ghana True Hero on mother’s day.

Watch her inspiring video below



  1. Joyful Amaka

    March 15, 2018 at 1:39 AM

    I like her motivation and can do attitude. I was told the most when I saw her teaching a kid without arm. She is a true hero

  2. Mon

    March 15, 2018 at 3:16 AM

    Inspiring……. if not the type of leaders we have in Africa,this true hero deserves to be more comfortable in discharging this her noble profession under her condition.

  3. King Kunle

    March 15, 2018 at 4:38 AM

    very brave woman, I salute your courage ma

  4. Praize Mannuel

    March 15, 2018 at 4:42 AM

    I can’t believe selfless people like dis are still in africa
    my bad

  5. Jesuit Onye

    March 15, 2018 at 4:43 AM

    God bless your kind heart madam. Ur story brought tears to my eyes

  6. J. B. Hunter

    March 15, 2018 at 8:43 AM

    GHANIANS Trending on social media lately for incredible stuff.
    Just the othe day a Ghanian teacher was seen drawing a computer device and labeling it on the blackboad while taking some student in a session with just a chalk. I heard he was later taken to Singapore for further training or so. And now this…

    Maybe another Singapore trip loading…. Or Canada who knows?
    In a nutshell, I want to admit that this woma is an inspiration and great one at that. But how can this one cane a stubborn student now?
    How does she take her bath at home and wash her kini or bum bum after pooing?
    (Just thinking aloud sha).
    I don‘t want to know either.

    Just imagine if it were buhari that has no arms like this, he would have been so useless that he can‘t even beg. Smile!

    I take a stroll…

  7. Jilo

    March 15, 2018 at 4:10 PM

    This is a touching story. I tip my hat for this brave woman. Other people in the same condition will capitalize on their disability to get free money.

    Now to some young folks out there who are looking for a shortest route to make money try to have a rethink. There is no free lunch anywhere in this whole wide world you have to work for your success.

    Another thrilling story of a Ghanaian computer teacher who draw every single components of computer to show his students was aired on American University radio. Even he never owned his own personal computer yet trying to inspire others through his skill. After that incidence, Microsoft management has promised that school a new sets of computer. It is not a surprise when one of our commenters J.B Hunter mentioned that the guy was offered free scholarship in Singapore and I believe more offers are still coming for this guy.

    Lesson: At times we may think that hardworking never pays but we may never aware people are watching whatever we are doing and we never know when our hardworking will pays off. Our Yahoo! Yahoo! boys and our young money ritualists should divert their attention away from quick money syndrome and start using their brains to be productive. By inventing to solve people’s problem you can become a rich person just like Bill Gate, Mark Zukerberg and others. These people made an invention that solve people’s problem and become richer. This is what we need in Africa in order to compete side by side with other nations. Technology has no race or creed and I believe we have a lot of potential to make this happen in Africa.

  8. fifelomo

    March 15, 2018 at 5:02 PM

    So touching…..woman we are proud of you.

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