Dr. Augustine Adeoye Arogundade, the Executive Chairman of Agbado/Oke-Odo LCDA is dead. The Lagos council chairman died after a brief illness on Tuesday June 2, days after the death of Alhaja Tawakalitu Abiodun Ayilara, Secretary to the Local Government was announced. Chairman of Agege Local Government, Alhaji Ganiyu Egunjobi confirmed the […]
Looking at 22-year-old Ian Francis Manga’s face it’s easy to see why some people have a hard time believing he is a kindergarten teacher, and not a student himself. Luckily, he towers over the children, but his face still looks uncanny.
A teacher in San Jose Del Monte, the Philippines’ Bulacan province, Ian Francis Manga has always looked younger than his years, and that became even more apparent in middle-school, when all the other boys started growing mustaches and armpit hair, but he did not experience any of the changes of puberty. In fact, his facial features remain those of a very young boy, but because he never suffered bullying from his schoolmates, he never felt the need to see a doctor and learn if there was anything wrong with him.
According to a report by Stand for Truth, Ian believes that his delayed growth may have been caused by the fact that he was always a sickly child. Still, he managed to overcome his health problems and passed his kindergarten teacher exams to become part of the faculty. He is in charge of the kindergarten and grade 2 classes at the Mater El-Roi School Inc., and the school administrator says “he is fitted for the job and he loves the children”.
Apart from his baby-face, Ian Francis Manga also has a very childish voice and measures only 162cm. He admits that while his schoolmates never bothered him, his childish appearance did sometimes make him the target of cruel jokes, adding that some people still tease him by calling him “little boy”. He has always tried to ignore such remarks, but claims that deep inside they only pushed him to work harder and prove to everyone that he could become a respected member of the community.