Ghanaian Man In Canada Says He Got Missing, Stopped Police Car And The Officer Drove Him To His House

Ghanaian Man In Canada Says He Got Missing, Stopped Police Car And The Officer Drove Him To His House

  • A gentleman from Ghana who travelled to Canada has revealed that he does not have plans to return
  • According to him, life out there is much better, and he wishes to come back and fetch all his family to Canada
  • Citing an example, the gentleman said that he got lost one day in town, and a policeman surprisingly offered to take him home

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A Ghanaian man in Canada has vowed not to return to Ghana ever again after experiencing a sharp contrast in how the system works overseas compared to his home country.

According to the gentleman, he got missing while trying to go home from work and stopped a random police car patrolling in town.

Expecting to be directed home, the man was surprised when the police officer took him in his car and personally dropped him home after taking his address.

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Ghanaian man in Canada
Ghanaian man talking about the police in Canada Photo credit: shaunl via Getty Images; Milo GH TV via YouTube
Source: UGC
"I could not trace my way home, and I saw that police car and decided to stop it. The policeman did not only take me home. He came again the next day to check on me and find out whether I was okay," the Ghanaian said on Milo TV GH

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He added that if he had the opportunity, he could return for all his family members in Ghana and take them to Canada so they experience a better life.

"Our leaders in Ghana have messed up the country for us. I will not return to Ghana ever again, and it is my wish that I had enough money to bring all my family here," he said.

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Man who travelled to Japan says even his dead body must not return to Ghana

Meanwhile, when asked in a live interview if he would ever return to his native Ghana, George Boateng, a Ghanaian who now calls Japan home, made some thought-provoking remarks.

Many Ghanaians voiced their sentiments when Chris Vincent, who interviewed the man, posted a little excerpt of the video on his own Facebook page.

Ghanaian SHS teacher who travelled to Vietnam Finds Foreign lady, says he Might Never Return to Ghana

In another publication, a high school teacher from Ghana named DR Wilson, who visited Vietnam about three years ago, made a bold claim on Twitter that he might not return to Ghana anytime soon.

The man, who goes by the name Achabu, made this statement in the caption of a picture he posted of himself with a stunning foreign woman who had her face partially hidden.

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