Ghanaian Lady In Canada Plans To Set Up A Shop In Front Of Her House: "I Cannot Get Pepper To Buy"

Ghanaian Lady In Canada Plans To Set Up A Shop In Front Of Her House: "I Cannot Get Pepper To Buy"

  • A video of a young lady in Canada lamenting over the difficulty in getting food items to buy in her neighbourhood is trending
  • She recounted a situation she faced where her only viable option was to drive 40 minutes to buy pepper
  • The lady revealed she would fancy her chance to set up a grocery store in the neighbourhood where she lives

A Ghanaian lady, currently resident in Canada, couldn't hide her frustration regarding an unpleasant situation she faced while preparing a meal.

Taking to the streets, the lady @abenabossette, who looked stunned, explained that she ran out of pepper and tried buying one in the neighbourhood only to realise there was no grocery store nearby.

Photo of Ghanaian lady in Canada
Lady in Canada opens up on plan to setup a provision shop Photo credit:@abenabossette/TikTok
Source: TikTok

The lady said the worst part was that she was told to drive over 40 minutes to Walmart in order to get the pepper she required.

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She said she would fancy the opportunity to set up a grocery store in the neighbourhood if it was permissible, especially knowing how important it could be.

At the time of writing the report, it had gathered over 5,000 views and 4000 likes.

Watch the video below

Lady stranded in Canada

Earlier, reported that a Ghanaian lady was left stranded after the person who promised to host her stood her up at the airport.

The lady said her friend promised her a temporary place to lodge but was not answering her calls after she got to an airport in Canada.

"I got to the airport, and she refused to pick up my calls. I am in a hotel, but the cost is too much. Please can you post it on your page if I can get help with accommodation?"

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Ghanaian socialite Nana Tea, who shed light on the issue, warned people deceiving their friends at the eleventh hour to put a stop to it.

"This is the fifth time I have gotten this type of case in less than three months. Please, those friends promising their friends a short stay, but won't answer their phones or switch off their phones, should kindly stop it.

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