- A video of a Ghanaian man highlighting the benefits of living abroad has gone viral
- In the TikTok video, the man said, although he works as a janitor, he still lives a life of comfort unlike many Ghanaians back home
- He urged Ghanaians who have the chance to travel abroad not to waste the opportunity
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A middle-aged Ghanaian man who makes a living as a janitor in the Netherlands has admonished persons who have the opportunity to travel abroad not to hesitate.
Mr Happiness, as has come to be known on TikTok, in a video used himself as an example as he revealed how his journey to Europe five years ago has changed his life.
He revealed that despite working as a janitor, he can confidently say that he is living the life he dreamed of.
"I have been in Holland for five years and I work as a janitor, but my two sons never lack anything. I am able to provide their needs"
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"In abroad, nobody cares about the kind of work you do for a living because there is no hardship and envy here. What we have here is happiness and enjoyment," he added.
At the time of writing the report, the 56-second video had gathered over 24,000 likes and 400 shares.
Watch the video below:
Lazy people should not travel
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that a Ghanaian man caused a stir on TikTok after he advised people who are lazy to drop the idea of travelling abroad in search of greener pastures.
In a TikTok video, the man who worked as a factory hand in a fruit packaging warehouse said everybody living abroad thrives on hard work, hence anyone without that attribute should not bother travelling at all.
Man opted to travel after seeing his teacher's salary
In a related development, a young Ghanaian man has revealed that he opted to leave Ghana during his senior high school days after his teacher disclosed his monthly salary to him.
In an interview with SVTV Africa, Jeff who is currently based in the Netherlands, said one of his teachers told him that his monthly salary was GH¢1700 and that, he (the teacher) was planning to quit the job in search of greener pastures abroad if the opportunity presented itself.
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