Woman Shares How She Built A House In Ghana So That She Can Permanently Move Away From Canada
- A Ghanaian woman called Lucy shared in an interview how she has longed to settle permanently in Ghana after staying in Canada for thirty years
- To materialise her dream, she has built a house in Ghana that has a garden in it to grow her own food
- Several netizens were touched by her story and took to the comments section to share their thoughts
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A Ghanaian woman called Lucy explained in an interview with Jasmine Ama on YouTube how she built a house in Ghana to permanently settle in the country after living in Canada for thirty years. Lucy said that it had always been her plan to relocate to Ghana so she took pragmatic steps to realise her dream.
Lucy shared with her interview host how she made provision for a garden in the house to grow her food. She took the YouTuber on a tour of the garden and briefly spoke about the various flowers and plants she had grown.
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Netizens react to the video showing Lucy's house in Ghana
Several netizens were impressed by Lucy's story. YEN.com.gh compiles some social media reactions below.
Selina Boamah said:
This is exactly how anyone building in Ghana should be incorporating lots of fruit trees, flowers and herbs. Plant your own food for health and to save money ❤
Hosea Long commented:
Love this video. Lucy seems to be a very calm and peaceful soul. And she seems to be very young for her age. She's a testimony to the assertion that "Black don't crack." May she enjoy many good years in Ghana.
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