Ghanaian Man Who Works As A Mechanic In US Army Says He Won’t Do Same Job In Ghana

Ghanaian Man Who Works As A Mechanic In US Army Says He Won’t Do Same Job In Ghana

  • A Ghanaian man, who travelled to the US, said he would not accept to be a mechanic in Ghana even though that is what he does abroad
  • The gentleman called Tiptoe, in an interview, said he works as a mechanic in the US Army and is proud to do so
  • He added that the benefits of joining the US military are enormous, and that influenced his decision to join

A Ghanaian man, who lives in the US, has disclosed that he would not do the same job he does abroad if he was in Ghana.

The man, whose name is Tiptoe, said he is in the US Army and works as a mechanic.

However, in an interview with DJ Nyaami on SVTV Africa, Tiptoe said he wouldn't work as a mechanic if he lived in Ghana.

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Ghanaian Man Who Works As A Mechanic In US Army Says He Won’t Do Same Job In Ghana
Tiptoe speaking to DJ Nyaami in an interview Photo credit: SVTV Africa
Source: Youtube
“I’m very proud to disclose it. If I were in Ghana, I wouldn’t work as a mechanic, but I’m a mechanic in the US Army.”

He explained further that when he arrived abroad, he wanted to be in the medical field, but he realised quickly that he needed money to pay his fees.

He considered the opportunities available as a student and a military man and decided to join the army. He also considered the army's pension package, which he thought was good.

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Reactions to the video collated some comments on the video. Read them below:

@d.igreen said:

Pure and true greatness in the making

@wirekoebenezer wrote:

This soldier & tailor Ubi guy ai

@SaleemaLarry-pc3ig said:

Dj please interview a army from Canada and tell her their benefits too and how easy it is

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@divinefavor3243 wrote:

Mechanics in the Military is just replacement of "parts", they don't repair the old ones.

@mosesbediako9845 said:

His pronunciation of the word "military".

Man narrates how Ghana army rejected him, but he is now in the military abroad

In another story, a man with the TikTok handle @achieve_doctor revealed how the Ghana Army turned him down when he applied.

But he had been accepted into the military in a foreign nation.

He said that the Ghana Army rejected him because of his height, cross-eyed eyesight, and inability to pay GH¢8,000 to allegedly bribe a representative during the body selection stage of the military recruitment process.

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