- Ghanaian artiste Danso Abiam decided to extend his stay in the UK after performing at charity events and the Ghana Music Awards UK
- He secured a job at Amazon and was surprised by the substantial £2000 (GH¢28,604) salary, which he converted to Ghana Cedis
- This unexpected income led him to stay in the UK longer than planned, sharing his experiences in an interview and recently making a music comeback in 2019
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Ghanaian artiste Danso Abiam has disclosed his reason for extending his stay in the UK after a scheduled performance at a charity show some years back.
He disclosed that since his main reason for travelling was to perform, he planned to work only for a few months afterwards to gather some money.
After a charity show and other performances, he secured a job at Amazon with a monthly salary of £2000 (GH¢28,604).
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Converting this to Ghana Cedis, he realised it was a significant sum, leading him to stay in the UK longer than anticipated.
Danso Abiam initially travelled to the UK in 2011 and shared his experiences, including his work, music, and life abroad.
He recently made a comeback in 2019 with the single 'Ebi Wo wofie' and an official music video, marking his return to the music scene.
Danso Abiam sang songs like Ghanaian Lady, Farmer, and Belly Dancer (remix).
Watch the video below:
Two men urge Ghanaians to travel to Canada
YEN.com.gh reported that two young men had given the youth of Ghana something to think about after they opened up about living in Canada.
The two young men encouraged the youth, especially degree holders, with the chance to travel abroad to take up the offer.
The man who first spoke said it is often sad to hear some Ghanaians who have benefitted immensely from living abroad trying to discourage others from travelling.
Man delights as he gets his first salary in Canada
Earlier, YEN.com.gh reported that a young man who moved to Canada for greener pastures could not hide his delight after he received his first paycheque.
In a TikTok video, the man explained that he was living the good life and wanted more people to experience what he was enjoying.
He also added that his first wage was in excess of GH¢10,000.
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