King –Tee Dee Ploughs Back By Thick Margin

24 March 2020 | Cultural

Lubeta Inoke

On Monday, February 24th,the country’s only King Tee Dee ( The Dogg) visited our school. He was invited to come motivate the learners, just to be a guide to the learners with a strong peace of word and food for thought. TeeDee was not only a guide on that morning but as an ambassador of the Ministry of Health and Social Services on which he was a subsidy of the Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision.

To begin TeeDee reminded the boys that circumcision provides safety of up to 60% from STI’S during sexual intercourse. He also evaluated that circumcision prevents the development of penal cancer, which is likely to be caused by poor hygiene of male genitals. He said, “In order for circumcision wound to heal, it takes a period of six weeks”.

King-TeeDee went further saying that we as learners need to choose friends wisely. TeeDee said that he had a friend who was not hardworking, and today he is one of TeeDee’s employees. This was his typical example of the concept “Hardworking pays off”. Furthermore, apart from TeeDee only. motivating the school at large, he also filled the school with energy. The school was wholly energized by his message.

The founder of Mshasho managed to deliver different messages across using varying gestures, and thus energizing the school at large including constitutional workers. From a different angle, one may say this was an effective method of encouraging learners and paths to follow throughout their lives. Reason being that a motivation from an anonymous person is less prior to that which is of a popular local person for example King-TeeDee.

To a certain extend he managed to advise the learners that in order for one to have all that you want, they have to sacrifice. He explains by offering himself as an example as he also was once a student until university whereby he needed to make wise choices.

The head boy of the school ( Tangeni Nghimufevali) contributed his opinion saying “TeeDee came to inspire and not to discourage learners”. Whereas Ms. Amukuko, who was one of TeeDee’s high school teachers, she says “He was well behaved in class that’s why he is successful today, it is due to discipline. Lastly, he promised the school a free event if the grades 9,10 and 12 excel in their academics.

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