A U.K-based Ghanaian known as Paapa Rudi has expressed his desire to come back home to Ghana.
Paapa Rudi, the U.K-based Ghanaian who narrated his suffering abroad has expressed desire to come home.
According to him, he is tired and fed-up of the tough life in the United Kingdom and will want to come back home to Ghana.
In an Instagram post sighted by YEN.com.gh, Paapa Rudi expressed his disappointment at the hustle abroad.
Referring to Ghanaians who advised him to come home, he wrote "In fact, I have decided to listen to them because I’m soooo tired of this #AbrokyireAbrabo."
"Even buying a common ticket is a problem, so I’ve decided to auction off all my #VERSACE collections to buy one," he added.
He also claimed that he is hoping to get some change on the auctioning so he could use when he gets back home.
Paapa Rudi pleaded with friends and family on social media to help him since he does not want to continue doing menial jobs in U.K.
"So friends and family, please have mercy on me and help me out, because I don’t want to wash #WomensDross anymore," he begged.
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His comments followed a YEN.com.gh story that was published when he dropped a video lamenting about his predicaments abroad.
Paapa Rudi was seen carrying two babies as he narrated how tough life is in the U.K and consequently sent words of caution to Ghanaians.
In the video which went viral, Paapa Rudi advised Ghanaians to stop praying for visa and stay back home.
He warned that those praying for visa should be careful otherwise they will come and do menial jobs abroad.
Many social media users who read the story advised Paapa Rudi to come home if life is tough abroad.
It is following the comments by those who advised him to come home that he is auctioning his properties.
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