Germany-based Ghanaian Recalls His Struggle With Homelessness After His Brother Kicked Him Out

Germany-based Ghanaian Recalls His Struggle With Homelessness After His Brother Kicked Him Out

  • A Germany-based Ghanaian man, Ernest Asante, has recounted his struggle with homelessness after he was kicked out of his brother's home
  • He detailed that his sister-in-law falsely accused him, which informed his brother's decision to throw him out
  • Asante sat for an interview with SVTV Africa's DJ Nyaami, where he opened up about how life finally smiled at him

Germany-based Ghanaian man Ernest Asante has recalled how he became homeless after his sister-in-law falsely accused him of assault.

He disclosed that his biological brother threw him out of his home following the claim, which made him homeless for weeks.

Photos of Ernest Asante.
Germany-based GH man recalls his struggle with homelessness. Photo credit: SVTV Africa.
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Asante details bitter experience

He claimed his relationship with his brother and wife turned sour after he (Asante) secured employment after a year in Germany. His sister-in-law refused to let him work, he said.

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''She asked me to choose between his job and the house. She wanted me to babysit her children and gave me those options. I decided to work, and when I returned, she asked me to go away and later told my brother that I had beaten her.''

Asante claimed his brother refused to listen to him, even though Asante's sister-in-law disseminated false rumours to prevent other Ghanaians from sheltering him.

"My brother refused to listen to anything I had to say. I got a place to stay, but my sister-in-law threatened to report them to the police for keeping an illegal immigrant,'' he claimed.

Asante recalls struggle with alcoholism

He claimed that his brother's wife also cautioned his benefactors that if they kept him at their house, he'd sleep with their wives.

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''So I had to sleep on the street, but I didn't enjoy the cold in the winter. I had no choice but to do what the other homeless men were doing: to drink,'' he recalled.

Asante said he became a complete alcoholic and a laughingstock during the stormy period of his life. But life would smile at him.

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Germany-based Ghanaian reveals he saves GH¢10,000 monthly

In a previous story, reported that Gilbert Owusu, a Ghanaian living in Germany, disclosed that he would only return to Ghana if the job earned him GH¢10,000 ($878.99) or more monthly.

In an interview with DJ Nyaami of SVTV Africa on Daily Hustle Worldwide, Owusu said he would turn down a GH¢5,000 ($439.50) job in Ghana because he now saves more in Germany.

He explained that finding another employment with a comparable salary range may be challenging if he decides to leave Germany.

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