Ghanaian Man Abroad Tells Relatives Not To Expect Money From Him This Xmas

Ghanaian Man Abroad Tells Relatives Not To Expect Money From Him This Xmas

  • A Ghanaian man living abroad has disappointed his family and loved ones after revealing he won't remit money this Christmas
  • In the video on TikTok, the man said his reason is because of how the cedi appreciated against the dollar.
  • Some netizens who saw the video agreed with the man with some saying the depreciation has affected them

A Ghanaian man has sent a message to his family and friends back home in Ghana regarding remittance.

In a video sighted by on TikTok, @broze_djash who is based in Canada said his plans to remit money to his loved ones back home in Ghana to celebrate the yuletide has changed because of the depreciation of the dollar against the cedi.

In the 14-second video, he remarked that as things stand the appreciation of the cedi has affected everything so he wants whoever was promised something by him to forget about it.

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At the time of writing the report, the video had raked in over 8000 likes and 300 comments.

Ghanaians reacted to the video

Netizens who saw the video asked him to consider changing his mind and also supported his idea.

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Magaret Alornieyke

send it on mobile money


This year is not ending well for me


Never oo abeg send it now

Quabena Nyame

Sika no ashy


am not sending money this Xmas oo not even next months cos eeiii

Visa on Arrival For All Visitors To Ghana During Christmas, Says Ghana Tourism Authority

Earlier reported that Ghana is opening up to the world this Yuletide as it rolls out a visa-on-arrival policy to attract more visitors to the country.

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The two Ghana government agencies will issue visas on arrival to all foreign visitors and pleasure seekers arriving in Ghana for the Christmas and New Year festivities.

According to a report by Asaase Radio, the move is expected to ease the burden new arrivals go through in securing visas to Ghana.

Tourism Authority boss, Akwasi Agyeman told Asaase Radio on Thursday, December 22, 2022 that the visa-on-arrival arrangement is only for the festive season and starts this week.

“People can pick up their passports, buy their tickets and come enjoy Christmas in Ghana,” he said.

The initiative, part of the "December in Ghana" programme, is led by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in collaboration with the Ghana Tourism Authority (GTA).

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