African born Nurse turned Author and storyteller finds it is not just children who enjoy storytimes.
Hannah Yaawusuah Adjepong finds that her traditional skills as a storyteller in demand in UK schools and workplaces, where she uses stories to teach about the impact of issues such as bullying, racism and body image.
Born in Ghana Hannah worked as a pupil teacher before qualifying as a Nurse, she has since gone on to be a published poet and author having first grown to love poetry whilst at school.
Hannah now uses her skills past down through the generations to teach, educate and inspire in the same way that has been practised for centuries.
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