Ghanaian Man In UK Stunned As He Gets Job Offer At KFC After Going There To Buy Food: "Join Me Here"

Ghanaian Man In UK Stunned As He Gets Job Offer At KFC After Going There To Buy Food: "Join Me Here"

  • A Ghanian man was left astonished after he was offered a job in the UK under unexpected circumstance
  • In a video he said he and his friends went to KFC to buy food but he was offered a job on his first time of asking
  • Many people who saw the video felt motivated with others expressing the desire to relocate to the UK

A Ghanaian man who recently relocated to the UK has motivated many people after he shared a video of how he was instantly offered a job.

In a video sighted by, the man said he and his friends went to buy food at a KFC branch where he asked if there were job vacancies available at the workplace.

Photo of man in UK
GH man stunned as he get job in UK Photo credit: @captainsmartuk/TikTok
Source: TikTok

To his suprise,he said he was given a form to fill and submit it the next day so he could be offered a job.

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He urged Ghanaians back home to relocate abroad so they could also work and earn a decent income.

At the time of writng the report, the video had gathered over 2000 likes and 66 comments.

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Our leaders have failed us reached out to counsellor, Mr Daniel Fenyi who in sharing his opinion of the issue apportioned blame to the current government over the mass exodus of youth from the country in search of greener pastures abroad.

"It is fair to assert that Ghana is a failed state. The country has failed the youth. The President, Nana Addo, has disappointed a lot of the youth many of whom supported and voted for him in the 2016 and 2020 elections. There's no hope of a brighter future in Ghana anymore. That is why a lot of the youths are traveling abroad to seek green pastures. The nation should be worried about the situation"

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He admonished the youth to travel abroad if he right opportunity presents itself.

"I encourage every youth to travel abroad if the opportunity comes their way. It is about your destiny, your dreams and your family".

Ghanaians express hope of moving to UK

Many people who saw the video were desirous of moving to the UK due to evidence that jobs abounds in that country.

scholarx5 stated:

abroad is good how i wish i will be there one day

Young Cedis Never Broke Again reacted:

Lord please help me to get my visa in Jesus Christ amen

Atta Boakye indicated:

I know this guy years back in winneba south campus

I care wrote:

How I wish I could get someone to help me

Alexander stated:

Hmmm asemoo

Don't relocate abroad if earn GH¢5k to GH¢7k

Earlier reported that another Ghanaian man has advised people who earn a decent income not to relocate abroad.

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In a video on the TikTok page of SVTV Africa, Yaw said persons who earn between GH¢5000 to GH¢7000 as a monthly salary to forgo the idea of travelling abroad in search of greener pastures.

"So those people can travel abroad for holidays or for vacation, but for me, I would advise you not to come and hustle here.

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Philip Boateng Kessie (Human-Interest editor) Philip Boateng Kessie is a Human Interest editor at He has over six years of experience in journalism. He graduated from the University of Cape Coast in 2018 with a bachelor's degree in Communication Studies. Philip previously served as a reporter for Graphic Communications Group Limited (GCGL). He also worked as a content writer for Scooper News. Email: