- A man has stirred condemnation online after he tried dissuading people from traveling abroad
- In a short video he made under snowfalls, the man cautioned against coming to Europe as the cold could be deadly
- Many who commented on his post asked him to come back home if the situation abroad is as bad as he painted it
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A video showing a man filming himself as snow fell on him has stirred reactions among many online.
In the short clip, the man said there is too much in Europe that could freeze up a person's blood. Speaking in Yoruba, he tried to discourage anybody with relocation plans.
We'll manage the weather
Many who reacted to his video disagreed so much with him. People asked that if abroad is so bad, why has he not come home?
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There were also people who believed that the man is talking from a place of privilege. They said they would love to experience the same bad weather too.
Watch his clip below (swipe):
As at the time of writing this report, the video has gathered over 5,000 comments and thousands of likes.
Don't worry, we'll still come
YEN.com.gh compiled some of the reactions below:
"Shey you get two head ni? Bros we go still come."
"What’s with this trend of discouraging people from traveling abroad? Come back, make person replace you na. Smh."
"You won come Nigeria? Bandit a gbe iya e, Fulani a shoot e danu, Ebi ma pa iya danu, Shey una say una mad ni."
"As the snow no kill, e no go kill us.Allow us see for ourselves biko and stop discouraging us.Why are you still there?"
"I will still come regardless, you cannot spoil my mind."
"Wetin dey always shock me be say with all these ranting una no gree come back home."
"I hate when people do stuff like this. E no make sense to me . If you can survive why can’t others survive too. Nonsense and ingredients."
Another man advises against travelling
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a London-based Ghanaian man, Mustapha Bushira, opened up about his life after more than three decades of living in the United Kingdom.
The 80-year-old revealed that he had four children with different women while living at Osu in the Greater Accra Region of Ghana.
''I won't advice them to come to stay here. Instead, they should come and work, then go back home because the weather alone might kill you."
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