- Too Much of Junka Town's fame has come back from the UK to Ghana after a short stay
- In an interview on SVTV Africa, the actor said he feels sad returning to Ghana but he loves his country
- He added that his family and most of his friends are still in Ghana, hence, his decision to return
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Famous Ghanaian actor Too Much, known for his hilarious roles in the hit series Junka Town, has returned to Ghana from London.
He said even though many people have advised him not to come back to Ghana, he has good reasons to do so.
The Ghanaian actor, whose real name is Ibrahim Idris, said he is unhappy coming back to Ghana due to the country's economic situation.
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Too Much said, his one-month stay in the UK has made him realise the only difference between Ghana and other countries is the economic situation and lack of jobs.
“All is well for now. But I am sad because I am retuning to Ghana today. You know Ghana is like hell on earth because of the condition our leaders put us in."
"Some of my friends and family have told me not to return to Ghana. But Ghana is home. No matter the situation I am proud of my home. I know I will be hungry after one month in Ghana but home sweet home," he added.
Watch the full interview below;
Man moves from Ghana to Germany
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that a Ghanaian man who travelled to Germany on foot shared his story in an interview.
Kweku Asante said he aims to buy a tipper truck and return to Ghana.
He concluded after comparing the living conditions in both Ghana and Germany
Man in Canada reveals plans to return to Ghana
In another story, 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 return 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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