- Emmanuel Amo is a young Ghanaian living in Canada who has decided not to marry any Ghanaian lady living in the North American country
- He explained the laws in Canada favour women, so he does not want to marry a Ghanaian woman living there to avoid trouble
- He prefers to return to Ghana to marry a woman and take her along to Canada when he is ready for marriage
Emmanuel Amo, a young Ghanaian man living abroad, has explained why he would not marry a fellow Ghanaian woman in Canada.
He said he learnt that women would report their partners to the authorities at the slightest provocation in Canada because the laws favour them.
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He added that he fears he may pay child support for a long time if he marries a woman already living in Canada.
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"In Canada, the laws favour women, so if you are not careful, you can pay child support for nearly 21 years. They believe the women here than the men. So whatever a woman says against you in Canada is the truth."
Emmanuel said he intends to return to Ghana and marry a woman when he is ready. The woman will join him in Canada.
When asked if he has thought of the woman possibly changing her attitude after they arrive in Canada, Emmanuel said he is only hopeful that he will marry a good woman.
"You only pray to get a good woman even if you come back to Ghana to marry a woman there," he added.
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Man advises against moving to Canada
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that a Ghanaian man warned his countrymen against relocating to the country.
Mark Ansah, explained that Canada has frigid temperatures that will make their stay miserable.
"Stay where you are; never come to Canada because it's cold here," he said.
Ghanaian lady landed a job two months after she arrived in Canada
Meanwhile, a young Ghanaian lady said she got a job just two months after she arrived in Canada.
"It is very easy to get a job here. You can land here today and get a job tomorrow. It took me six months because I wanted to be patient. I got a job as an invigilator, and I make $15 per hour," she said.
Abla, who is also a student in Canada, said she travelled from Ghana immediately after she finished her National Service.
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