- After travelling to Germany on foot, a Ghanaian man named Kwaku Asante has new findings
- According to him, his goal now is to be able to buy a tipper truck and then travel back to Ghana
- He came to the conclusion after comparing the living conditions in both Ghana and Germany
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Kwaku Asante, a Ghanaian based in Germany has revealed how he struggled to reach Europe only to start wishing that he had a chance to come back.
In an interview with SV TV Africa, Kwaku indicates that he took a big risk to travel hoping for greener pastures, by making the journey to Germany on foot.
According to him, he was arrested a couple of times in different countries and spent more than a year in detention due to the illegal migration.
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Realizing the need to return to Ghana
However, after settling down, the Ghanaian man compared the living conditions in both countries and concluded that he would rather prefer to live in Ghana.
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He further mentioned that the only thing he would like to get as an achievement is a tipper truck, and then he would relocate to his home country and continue his life.
“If I get a truck right now, I’ll come back to Ghana. It costs 30,000 euros, and if I get it, I won’t stay here or go anywhere else but Ghana,” he said.
My brother l love your hustle ❤️l have leave in Norway for years my advice to you is do your underground work right before coming to Norway is not easy here when it comes to paperwork.
His family people were really after himhe has really sufferedMay God help him to achieve his goals and heart desires
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Ghanaian Man Leaves Germany To Work As A Garbage Picker For A Living In Ghana
In an equally interesting story, a Ghanaian man by the name of Yaw Oppong Agyei has recently opened up about how he left Germany to work as a refuse collector in Ghana.
The post sighted by YEN.com.gh on the YouTube timeline of Akua Dimples had Yaw recounting that he migrated to Germany to seek asylum after the coup d'état in 1979 by Jerry John Rawling was president of Ghana. After four years, he had to return to Ghana to work first as a corn dough seller and then as a garbage collector.
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