A Garner teacher, Owura Kwadwo, used a subtle chalk painting on the blackboard to teach students to teach a picture of a Word written on the Internet with a poison spread on the Internet. Within one or two days, Cameroon entrepreneur Rebecca Enonchong contacted the photo publisher to ask if anyone knew the location of the photo shoot and successfully tracked the clues. She asked Microsoft whether he could help the teacher.
Now, Microsoft's official Twitter account in Africa shows that Microsoft supports teachers in realizing digitalized transformation of education. Microsoft will provide equipment for Microsoft Kwadwo from this Owura Kwadwo teacher, and visit Microsoft MCE for free and professional development resources.
After Microsoft promised to donate the computer to the teacher, Enonchong tried to push Microsoft to donate computers to all the students of Kwadwo, but Microsoft didn't respond to her request. Although Kwadwo's efforts have been criticized by Garner for some reasons why he didn't have a computer in 2018, his improvisation on blackboard has made some third party donors donate his laptop and projector to his school.