- A video of a young man opening up on life in Turkey has got many people talking
- Gabriel Atobrah revealed that life in the European country has been very tough since he went there
- He also opened up on his plans to return to Ghana if he gets a job that will pay him well
A young Ghanaian man who travelled to Turkey in search of greener pastures has given the European country low marks and confessed his plans to return home.
Speaking to SVTV Africa on YouTube, Gabriel Atobrah, who works as a factory hand in Turkey and has been there since 2018 said his expectations for going to the country has not been met. He added that he was lied to by some people who created the impression that life there was very rosy.
"The youth must change their mindset because when I was in Ghana, I had this perception that I can only prosper once I travel abroad”.
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"Today, as I speak to you some of my friends in Ghana who have never travelled abroad before are making it big time. I cannot compare myself to them," he admitted.
Quizzed by the host if he will return to Ghana should he get a job that will pay him GH¢4000, Gabriel immediately answered yes.
"I will get a plane ticket immediately and return if I can get such an assurance. I know with that amount I will be able to save GH¢1000 a month," he said.
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Ghanaians react to the man's story
Netizens who reacted to the video commended the young man for opening up about his struggles in Turkey.
It's a lesson to learn. Just focus and be patient on what to do next.
Our problem in Ghana is laziness and quick money! The youth hates to learn a trade!
When they’re in Ghana ,they’ll be complaining & talking about Ghana thinking that the grass is greener on the other side of the world until they travel outside Ghana.
Lazy people should not travel
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that a Ghanaian man has advised lazy people not to travel abroad in search of greener pastures.
The man who works as a factory hand in a fruit packaging warehouse said the key principle of success abroad is hard work.
He encouraged people who cannot work hard to not bother about travelling at all.
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