Ghanaian Truck Driver In US Says He Is Living The Good Life: “I Make ₵3,500 A Day”

Ghanaian Truck Driver In US Says He Is Living The Good Life: “I Make ₵3,500 A Day”

  • A Ghanaian man has shared his lived experience from his job as a truck driver in the United States
  • In the video on YouTube, Isaac stated that he earns $300 daily and urged people who have the chance to travel to do so
  • Netizens who saw the video commended the young man for using his story to inspire Ghanaians

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A Ghanaian truck driver resident in the United States has inspired many netizens using his life experience and the money he makes from his job.

In a video sighted by on SVTV Africa on YouTube, the middle-aged man, Isaac who lives in Michigan, stated that he is delighted he decided to travel to the US six years ago.

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Ghanaian truck driver says he is living a life of comfort in the USA Photo credit SVTV Africa/YouTube @kali9/GettyImages
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He explained that although he is not well-schooled his job as a truck driver earns him $300 which is equivalent to 3,500 cedis daily.

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He added that drivers who own the trucks make more money than that.

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Isaac who was smiling throughout the interview with DJ Nyaami advised people who have the opportunity to travel to do so.

“I was in Ghana in December and I bought waakye one morning at an amount of 45 cedis, so I was asking myself how much the ordinary Ghanaians make to afford such meals.”
He continued “for me if someone living abroad tells you things are difficult here tell such a person to come and stay in Ghana so you go and live there”

Ghanaians react to the interview of the US-based truck driver

Netizens who reacted to the video commended him for enlightening Ghanaians on standard of living in the USA.

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Ahmed Issah Abdul-mumin:

I really love this guy..he is a realistic guy with vision...what he is saying is true, in abroad, the systems supports your ambitions..May God bless dj Nyame, his hustle, & God bless America too........ Love from Ghana...

reagan City:

I know the truck drivers goes to long journey how can he do two jobs?
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Veterinary officer says he is glad he left Ghana for the USA

Earlier reported that Kwame Sarpong, a man living in the United States has said it is his wish for every Ghanaian to travel abroad to better understand what it means to live comfortably.

In a video sighted by on the YouTube page of SVTV Africa, Kwame Sarpong, a veterinary nurse by profession said he realized he was wasting his time in Ghana after he first travelled to the US in 2018.

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