Spain-Based Ghanaian Student Opens Up About His Earnings From Part-time Job as Waiter At Restaurant

Spain-Based Ghanaian Student Opens Up About His Earnings From Part-time Job as Waiter At Restaurant

  • A young Ghanaian man has opened up about his journey to migrating from Ghana to Spain
  • In an interview with DJ Nyaami on SVTV Africa, Abdul Aziz Seidu revealed that he got the chance to travel abroad after his first year at the University of Ghana, Legon
  • He also shared that his salary as a waiter at a restaurant in Spain is higher compared to the salary of lecturers he knows off

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A vibrant Ghanaian man based in Spain has recently been granted an interview by DJ Nyaami on SVTV Africa where he shared some of his experiences living abroad.

Ghanaian student abroad opens up about his journey
Aziz in an interview with DJ Nyaami Photo credit: SVTV Africa/YouTube
Source: UGC

In the interview, Abdul Aziz Seidu shared that he got a part-time job as a waiter at a restaurant when he commenced his tertiary education in Spain and was being paid about Ghc8,000 which according to him was higher than the salary of his lecturers back in Ghana when he used to school at the University of Ghana.

Recounting his story, Abdul shared that he was born and raised in Techiman and started his university education in Ghana but got the chance to travel to Spain after his first year thanks to his uncle.

The young man shared more about his journey in the video linked below;

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Spain-Based Ghanaian Young Lady on How She Receives At Least Gh23k in Funding From The Government

Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a gorgeous Ghanaian young lady based in Spain recently opened up about the education system in her current country of residence.

The video sighted by YEN.com.gh on the YouTube channel of Zion Felix had Winifred Appiah revealing that she pays just €106 (Ghc815) for her school fees in a year but receives at least €3,000 (Ghc23,070) from the Spain government as support.

Winifred revealed that the amount is dependent on the academic performance of the student and the financial status of the family of the student.

Source: YEN.com.gh

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