- A video of a young Ghanaian man in Canada lamenting over his inability to get the services of a shoemaker is trending
- The man revealed that his shoe got spoilt however, he fears he might not be able to get it repaired
- Many people who saw the video advised him to move around with glue next time
A young Ghanaian man living in Canada has stirred reactions online after he opened up on an unfortunate situation he faced.
Taken to TikTok, the international student revealed that he was on his way to church only to realize that his shoe soul had come off.
He said attempts to get his shoe repaired failed because he looked around and not was getting a shoemaker.
Expressing disappointment, the young man confessed that the unpleasant situation makes him miss Ghana, adding that he was forced to forgo church and return home.
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His concern was that the shoe was also very expensive, and now doesn't know if he would ever get shoemaker to work on it.
At the time of writing the report, the video had gathered over 13000 likes and 100 comments.
Watch the video
Ghanaians react to the concerns of the young man
Many people who thronged the comment section advised him to move around with glue next time.
You didn’t go with super glue??
Maame Pokuaah770 commented:
Walk fast fast, nobody will see
Walk slowly no one will see it
i will start a shoe maker business when i get to Canada
You are lucky it didn't tuu inside the church like you go turn Eyy Abigail
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Man in Canada reveals plans to return to Ghana
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that a Ghanaian living in Canada has planned to return to Ghana in 2024.
Kweku explained in a YouTube interview that he would return home because he planned to come back after his studies.
He added he also wants to help build the country with the knowledge he has gained through his studies.
"I did not travel to stay abroad forever. I came to learn," Kweku told DJ Nyaami on SVTV Africa.
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