A Pakistani Firefighter Who Failed To Get Proper Education, Now Teaches Others How To Read & Write

The Logical Indian

April 15th, 2016

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Pakistani firefighter Mohammed (Master) Ayub grew up poor and struggling for an education, and he swore never to let that happen to another kid. So for 30 years he’s been teaching poor children under a tree in a park.

 

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