- An IT expert named Kwame Adade who was born and raised in the United Kingdom decided to abandon his job to relocate to Ghana
- Kwame has been in Ghana for about 5 years and now runs his own fish farm as a full-time venture
- According to the entrepreneur, he decided to leave the United Kingdom because living and working there had become very boring
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Kwame Adade, an Information Technology (IT) expert who was born and raised in the United Kingdom has relocated to Ghana to start a fish-farming business.
According to the entrepreneur in a video interview sighted by YEN.com.gh on the official YouTube channel of Wode Maya, a Ghanaian content creator, he left the UK because life had become boring.
When asked why that was the case, the fish farmer indicated that the cycle of going to work, returning to watch TV and then go back the next day was one he could not take any longer.
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Adade revealed that growing up, he was brought to Ghana for only two years after which he was sent back to the UK and that accounts for his non-Ghanaian accent.
Since he decided to quit his jobs in banking security as an IT expert to start his fish farm, it has been about five years and the business has already transitioned through different phases.
Kwame Adade indicates that he currently has about 5,000 fish that are being reared in different fish ponds.
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Watch the full interview with Kwame Adade below:
Adade's story is a shining example of how a job that many do not look up to can be a great venture if pursued with the right heart and logistics.
In another interesting report, a 54-year-old video of a race that Ghana won during the Commonwealth Games after beating the likes of Australia and Jamaica has surfaced.
According to a report by citisportsonline.com, the 1966 race actually saw Ghana as the favourites to win the gold medal during that finals.
It turns out that the race 4x110 meter relay which was finished with a time of 39.8 was a new record that Ghana set by breaking its own previous record.
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Source: Yen Newspaper