- An American citizen who traveled to Ghana had a faulty MacBook and decided to contract a Ghanaian expert to repair it
- The expert in the person of Victor Elorm Morgah charged the man much lower than he expected
- The American voluntarily ended up paying the Ghanaian expert 12 times what he charged
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Victor Elorm Morgah, a Ghanaian Tech Entrepreneur who is also a Computer Hardware & SoftwarePro as well as a C.E.O at Melvic Technologies raised eyebrows after narrating an experience he had recently.
According to Victor, he had a call from an American who was in Ghana to pick up a MacBook for repair from his office.
Before handing over the faulty gadget, the American asked how much the Ghanaian would charge for the service that Victor indicated would take him 6 hours to render.
When Victor mentioned his price, the U.S. citizen was amazed at how low it was and decided to give him multiple times of it (which was still less than how much it costs in the United States).
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"That's how come I made 3600 cedis for a Job I'd have charged 300 cedis o. Bring your MacBooks for repairs wae, I'm still very affordable ," Victor indicated on his Facebook handle.
Ghanaians on social media react to the news
Below were some interesting thoughts the post by Victor gathered in the comment section.
Samuel Ofosu Mamfe indicated:
I call this Brains at work. Some people want adede pr3ko not adede Daa.. God bless the works of your hands, CEO
Bob Anyagre mentioned:
abeg i want to learn MacBook repairs i no handle dollar b4 me too i want some
Kwabena Amponsah commented:
Soon and very soon wo b3y3 dollar millionaire
Ghanaian man in Norway Advises Youth to stay in Ghana Because life Abroad is Overrated
Meanwhile, a young man from Ghana identified with the Twitter handle, @uncleskinnyyyyy, currently stays in Norway according to his bio on the social media platform.
In a recent tweet, he indicated that life abroad is highly overrated, and Ghanaian youth should focus on making it in their home country instead of traveling abroad.
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