Ghanaian Man Stranded In Italy Says He Needs GH¢4,600 To Return Home

Ghanaian Man Stranded In Italy Says He Needs GH¢4,600 To Return Home

  • Kwame Kusi, a Ghanaian man stranded on the streets of Italy, expressed his desire to return home but lacked the funds for a ticket
  • Known to be from a royal family in Berekum, he was doing well upon arrival in Italy but has since fallen into destitution
  • He appealed for financial assistance, stating he only needed €350 (GH¢4,679) to facilitate his journey back to Ghana

A Ghanaian man living on the streets of Italy has revealed that he wants to come back home but does not have the money for a ticket.

Even though Kwame Kusi has lived in Italy for several years, he is stranded and said the only help he would appreciate is financial support to return home.

In a video shared on X, another Ghanaian who took the video said the stranded man is from a royal family in Berekum.

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Ghanaian Man Stranded In Italy Says He Needs GH¢4,600 To Return Home
Kwame Kusi (wearing blue shirt) said he is from a royal family in Berekum and needs money to return home from Italy Photo credit: @eddie_wrt
Source: Twitter

He added that he has known the Kwame Kusi for many years. He was explaining that when he first arrived in Italy, the man who is now on the streets was doing well.

However, he does not know what happened for Kwame Kusi to become this desolate. The man encouraged anyone who knew Kwame Kusi or his family to reach out so they could arrange for him to return to Ghana.

In the video, Kwame Kusi, who lives on the streets of Palermo, insisted that he only needs €350 ((GH¢4,679) to return to Ghana.

Reactions to the video collated some comments on the video shared by @eddie_wrt. Read them below:

@EsqAboagye said:

You won’t understand until you get there

@dhokabeatz_ wrote:

When they first get there they make people here think that they are some apes playing on some palm tree. Lol

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@IsaacBo00771911 said:

Palermo, which street ?cos my dad is also there and he is also from B.A …. Will try and show him this video and see if he might know him…. There are a lot of B.A people in Palermo oh

@fiifidickson wrote:

Bro we Taya dem

@JustJenero said:

I'm not sure he will go home

@ricchking1 asked:

you’ve known him for long and you can’t give him €350

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Discovered living on the streets by a compassionate woman, he shared his story of loss and hardship, revealing that he once had a home of his own.

The video of their encounter has sparked widespread sympathy and calls for support to help him rebuild his life.

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