Ghanaian man with MBA now Driving Taxi in Ireland says he is Enjoying life

Ghanaian man with MBA now Driving Taxi in Ireland says he is Enjoying life

  • A Ghanaian in Ireland has said he is happy with how his life is going and has no plans of returning to his motherland
  • According to him, he had an MBA from the UK but now drives a taxi for a living
  • The Ghanaian driver posted an inscription explaining his current circumstances in his car & it got shared on social media

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A man from Ghana whose name is not disclosed indicates that he is currently enjoying how life is treating him after becoming a citizen of Ireland.

The man who now drives taxi for a living wrote the inscription in his car to avoid getting asked too many questions by his passengers.

A photo of his words was taken and shared on social media by a famous Twitter user named Luke O’Riordan with the handle @luke_oriordan, and it ended up going viral all over the world.

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Ghanaian man with MBA now drives taxi in Ireland
Ghanaian man with MBA now drives taxi in Ireland Photo credit: Twitter/luke_oriordan; Nipah Dennis/Getty Images
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The Ghanaian Irish taxi driver also indicated that he holds an MBA in UK and does not have plans of moving back to Ghana.

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Social media reactions went straight into the comment section and dug out some of the most interesting reactions shared.

@kevinmichaelw commented:

It’s a bit rude to be honest. What’s wrong with asking him where he is from originally (presuming he doesn’t have Irish accent) and whether he likes it here. Having a bit of futile chat is part of what we are.

@BobKavanagh said:

Unnecessarily blunt. The whole point of a taxi drive is to illicit as much information from the driver as possible. All subjects are acceptable. Usually precipitated by the driver themselves.

@Yasemin0zkan mentioned:

All subjects are not acceptable. Someone’s citizenship status is not something people would like to repeat in conversation all day, every day. I think it would be rude and intrusive to ask such questions to someone you don’t even know. Why should YOU be privy to that info anyway?

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Ghanaian in Vietnam says he might not return to Ghana

In another story, DR Wilson, a high school teacher from Ghana who traveled to Vietnam about three years ago, caused a stir on Twitter after boldly stating that coming back to Ghana might not happen anytime soon.

The gentleman, popularly known as Achabu, said this in a caption to a photo he shared of himself with a beautiful foreign lady who covered a part of her face.

From all indications, Dr Wilson is sending the signal that life is going on very well for him, which is why he may not find any reason to come back to his motherland.


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