- Happy Kofi Gyebu, a 46-year-old Ghanaian man who moved to Denmark has opened up about how he succeeded abroad
- In an interview with Zion Felix, Happy opened up about owning a limousine rental company both in Ghana and Denmark, runs a real estate company in Ghana and a consulting firm among other businesses
- He advised individuals who want to succeed in life to focus on only their journey and have a plan in place
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A Ghanaian young man identified as Happy Kofi Gyebu has been granted an interview with Zion Felix on YouTube where he opens up about his journey to owning a number of companies.
The video sighted by YEN.com.gh had the driven 46-year-old man recounting that he started hustling as a truck pusher in Ghana until he got the chance to travel to Denmark.
Recounting his story, Happy narrated that after getting the chance to move abroad, he clearly wrote down his goals and plans and aggressively pursued them.
He shared that his intention was to find ways to add value to his country Ghana, and his current residence.
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Happy revealed that he owns a limousine rental company both in Ghana and Denmark, a real estate company in Ghana, and a consulting firm among other businesses.
He advised young individuals who are hoping to built something long lasting for themselves to always live within their means, plan ahead and focus solely on the personal journey.
Kofi shared more details about his journey in the video linked below;
Collins Owusu Sarfo: Ghanaian man who Owns Three Companies in the UK Shares his Regrets After Moving Abroad
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that Collins Owusu Sarfo, a young Ghanaian man was granted an interview by DJ Nyaami on the YouTube channel, SVTV Africa, where he shared some of the regrets he has encountered since he moved to the United Kingdom.
In the interview, Collins shared that he used to make about Ghc16,000 to Ghc20,000 per month working with Somovison and his friends were surprised when they learnt he had left the job to move abroad.
He revealed that he regretted the decision he made when he got to the United Kingdom because his perception about life abroad was different from what he was experiencing.
Speaking to DJ Nyaami, the young entrepreneur shared that he made a plan to gather about £2,000 (Ghc16,795) to move back to Ghana but he tried for years and he could not get that amount.
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