- Naana is a Ghanaian woman living in the UK and owns a Ghanaian restaurant there
- She has advised her fellow Ghanaians living in Ghana to desist from relocating abroad if they have good jobs
- The woman explained that it is stressful to live, find a job and pay bills and taxes in the UK
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A Ghanaian lady living in the UK called Naana has shared reasons she believes people living in Ghana who have jobs and earn an appreciable salary should not relocate abroad.
She said settling and starting life in a new environment takes a while, and finding a job after arrival and making money is another aspect that makes it more difficult after one emigrates.
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"Comparing Ghana to the UK, it's easier for people to find jobs here. In the UK no matter your qualification you will find something to do. However, comparing it to when I arrived in the UK it is not as easy now. That is why I entreat those in Ghana who have a job not to relocate abroad. If you are more comfortable in Ghana I wouldn't advise you to migrate."
Even though some people agree with Naana's opinion, some have suggested otherwise.
An example is Maa Akos, a Ghanaian living in the US. She said she sold her four-bedroom house to travel and encouraged others to sell their properties to use the proceeds to search for greener pastures abroad.
But Naana disagrees and asks what the endgame of such an action would be.
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"If you sell your properties and use the proceeds to relocate and you are not able to make it abroad what will you do? It is stressful here."
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Man living in the UK advised Ghanaians who make between GH¢5k To GH¢7k not to relocate abroad
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that Yaw, a Ghanaian man living in the UK, said people should not travel abroad if they receive a decent income.
He opined that a person who earns between GH¢5,000 to GH¢7,000 as a monthly salary should not forsake their jobs to travel in search of greener pastures.
"So those people can travel abroad for holidays or vacation, but for me, I would advise you not to come and hustle here.”
Lady breaks up with boyfriend before travelling to the UK
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that a Ghanaian woman living in the UK revealed she broke up with her boyfriend in Ghana before travelling.
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Eugenia Maud Martin said she informed her boyfriend after she got to the UK.
She later married her childhood lover and helped him join her in the UK. Unfortunately, her husband passed away some years ago.
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