UK-Based Ghanaian Says She Wants To Return Home: “I Need Over GHC4.5M”

UK-Based Ghanaian Says She Wants To Return Home: “I Need Over GHC4.5M”

  • Ghanaian lady Abena Serwaa, currently in the UK, expresses discontent and a desire to return to Ghana if she had £30,000
  • She said she wants to return to Ghana due to challenging work conditions and a lack of social life
  • Sponsored by her brother, she initially had no intentions to travel abroad but faced difficulties adapting when she got there

Ghanaian lady living in the UK, Abena Serwaa, has expressed her discontent with life abroad, revealing a desire to return to Ghana if she had £30,000.

Serwaa disclosed that her brother sponsored her trip, helping her integrate into the UK system and find employment.

In an interview with DJ Nyaami on SVTV Africa, Serwaa said though she has stayed in the UK for three years, she is not happy there.

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UK-based Ghanaian says she wants to return home: “I need over GHC4.5M”
Abena Serwa speaking to DJ Nyaami in an interview Photo credit: SVTV Africa
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She cited the lack of social life in the UK, where citizens always rushed to work and detailed a challenging job experience that led her to contemplate a permanent return to Ghana.

Initially, Serwaa said she had no plans to go abroad, but her brother facilitated the trip, assisting her in adapting to the new environment and securing employment. Despite the support, Serwaa expressed dissatisfaction with her life in the UK, particularly highlighting the demanding work schedule and the absence of a vibrant social life.

Recounting her challenging job experience, Serwaa described working 18 hours a day for seven days, involving laborious tasks such as washing plates for extended periods. The intensity of her work led to a health emergency, requiring an ambulance to be called.

Dissatisfied with her current situation, Serwaa revealed her desire to return to Ghana permanently if she had £30,000.

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In response to questions about saving a substantial amount, Serwaa acknowledged the difficulty, suggesting that saving faster might require extreme measures like self-imposed starvation.

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Woman in UK laments high cost of living

Earlier, reported that a Ghanaian woman has urged relatives back home to make judicious use of the monies they receive from loved ones currently there.

In a video on TikTok, the lady complained about the attitude of some Ghanaians who have the perception that persons abroad are enjoying.

She said the high cost of living in the UK has negatively affected them and pleaded with relatives back home not to misuse money meant for special projects.

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Kweku expressed his intention to contribute to Ghana's development with the knowledge acquired during his studies, emphasizing that his goal was never to stay abroad permanently.

He mentioned monitoring political developments between NDC and NPP, indicating a desire to utilize his experiences to contribute to Ghana politically upon his return.

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