- A video of a young man in Dubai narrating his struggle has sparked an emotional reaction from Ghanaians
- The man admitted that although times are tough in the oil-rich country, he is not ready to return to Ghana
- Netizens who saw the video urged him to reconsider his decision and journey back home
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A Ghanaian man currently living in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) has got many people feeling sad after he opened up about the bad conditions that he finds himself in.
In a video sighted by YEN.com.gh on TikTok, the middle-aged Ghanaian man who spoke about his plight in Dubai admitted that things are tough for him and his other Ghanaian colleagues living in the country.
He revealed that he is homeless in Dubai and sleeps behind a flowerpot at the bus station along with some of his Ghanaian friends.
Quizzed whether he would love to return home, the young man surprisingly responded with a no.
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His reason was that, the standard of living in Ghana had not improved, hence would prefer to stay on.
"Things are not better in Ghana, so for me to return and be disgraced, I would prefer to stay here," he said with confidence.
At the time of writing the report, the video had gathered over 2000 likes and 100 comments.
Watch the video below
Ghanaians stunned at the comments of the homeless man
Netizens who reacted to the statement urged the man and others like him who have that mindset to reconsider their stance and return home.
Paul gee indicated:
Masa, u guys should come home. I have been there before but I came home and it's better for me now
Even USA koraa some people are stranded, masa
Let's keep the faith, we will surely make it before returning back home. lnshalla
Faisal Mohammed952 replied:
How did u end up there? look for good company bro...
Ghanaian man laments poor working conditions in Saudi Arabia
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that another young man in Saudi Arabia has revealed that he will gladly return to Ghana to continue with his former job if he is offered a good salary.
Paul Agbubilla, a university graduate and teacher by profession, in an interview with SVTV Africa said his decision to travel was premised on the hardships he was facing in Ghana.
Paul said his salary was inadequate, coupled with the fact that he owed a lot of people and needed money to settle his debt.
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