Meet African president that still teaches mathematics at the university
One of the inspiring stories you will see on the internet today is the story of Faustin-Archange Touadera, the president of Central African Republic who still impacts knowledge in the younger generation even as president of the country.
It is a rare occurrence to see a president, taking up the chalk and marker to teach in the classroom. However, this has been a norm for Archange over the six years of being president. He loves his students and makes sure that, they get the right education towards nation building.
He has been delivering lectures in the country’s main tertiary institution which is located in the capital city, Bangui. In a recent report, a statement from the presidency confirmed that, the president delivered his first lecture for the year on February 8th, 2022.
In multiple pictures found online and reported by Republic media, alwihdainfo.com, the president was seen interacting with the students in the classroom. His humility which has been trending has warmed lots of hearts.
The president had a long history in the educational sector before venturing into politics. He was assistant lecturer in Mathematics at the University of Bangui in 1987. He also served as the vice-dean of the science faculty from 1989 to 1992.