What Captain (Rtd) Prince Kofi Amoabeng says about the financial literacy course, and why that should matter to you
Preamble Mr. Prince Kofi Amoabeng (inset further below) is an accountant by profession, and a retired captain of the Ghana Armed Forces. He founded UT Financial Services, which later became UT Bank (later acquired and integrated into the Consolidated Bank of Ghana (CBG)). Mr Amoabeng was the first CEO of UT Bank and retired from […]
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This happened in 2013. I was voluntarily teaching a class of 70 students. They had come from Dzelukope R.C., where I was holding the classes, Vui Zion Basic, Tegbi Afedome, Tegbi E.P. and some other junior high schools.
I was teaching Mathematics for free, and this was after I had organized pep talks for the various schools on how to prepare for the Basic Education Certificate Examinations.
In one of our sessions, I gave a question which they all answered; some got it wrong, some got it right. Then I told the class that the people who got it wrong were in a more favourable position to benefit if I explain the question and answer further, and that I was happy they got it wrong. One sharp guy who got it correct (he’s now in his final year at Ashesi University) asked me why I said that. Why was I enthused about those who got the question wrong and somehow not appreciative of those who got it right?
The answer I attempted giving him, which he failed to appreciate at the time, is the subject matter of this post.
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