- A man who migrated from his home country to Canada said his biggest regret in life is moving to the North American country
- He said he felt Canada was a trap and he could never get enough money to even buy a property despite all the hard work and his salary
- However, when he returned to the Caribbean, he was able to buy two properties in Canada from his money
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A man who lives in Canada said the one thing he regrets most in life is moving from his home country to the North American country.
In a video, the grown man said he believes he would have done much better in life if he had stayed in his home country in the Caribbean.
"I regret coming to Canada because if I had stayed in the Caribbean, I would have been way better."
He explained that he stayed in Canada for 20 years and could not own a property but when he returned to his country and lived there for seven years, he had enough money to buy 2 homes in Canada.
"I came to Canada, I worked for maybe 20 years, I had to go back to my country, and in seven years in my country gave me enough money to buy two properties in Canada cash. I spent 20 years in Canada just paying rent. It tells me Canada is just a trap."
In the video that was shared by @Instablog9ja, the man concluded by saying that no matter how bad the conditions in one's country are, it is even worse in Canada.
Watch the video below:
Two Ghanaians testify about the good life in Canada
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that two Ghanaian men opened up about living in Canada and the good life they enjoy.
In a video on TikTok, the two young men encouraged the youth, especially degree holders, with the chance to travel abroad to take up the offer.
One of them said it is sad that other Ghanaians who have prospered after travelling discourage young people from joining them.
Ghanaian lady applies for visa without help of an agent
Meanwhile, another Ghanaian in Canada narrated how she got her visa to travel without the help of any agent.
Angela Sarpong said she applied for her Canadian visa after she read all the requirements and knew she could meet them.
She explained that most Ghanaians engage the services of agents because they do not like to read or research.
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