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Thursday, April 07, 2022

Relocation To Ghana And Kenya

 

25 comments:

  1. Semi japa things不不不不

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  2. Stella, why did you blur out the contact deets 不

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  3. But this is not relocation na. This na short holiday.

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  4. All l can say is.. it is well.

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  5. False prophet ®7 April 2022 at 11:20

    I see why anyone would see Ghana as the greener pasture.

    Uninterrupted power supply.
    Subtle/low corruption.
    The strength of their passport.
    Fear of receiving/accepting bribe.
    Security and absence of kidnappers & bandits.... etc.
    That being said, it's easier to make more money in Nigeria.

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    1. Remember you're just relocating and no one is going to issue you a Gh passport upon arrival. Getting you Ghana card is expensive, you also have to pay for your permit. Add the discrimination that comes with you being Nigerian. If you have that kind of amount they quoted, my brother my sister, abeg raw am start something small for yourself. The land is not greener over here.

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  6. Is Ghana and Kanya really better than Nigeria?.

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    1. Is certain aspects... not all round.

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    2. Banditry, terrorism, fulani herdsmen, ramapant kidnapping, e scarce for Ghana.

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    3. Blackberry, there are internal security crises every where. The prole of Bawku are fighting, many have lost their homes and source of livelihood. It's true that Ghana is peaceful but not all areas. Why will one want to relocate to Ghana? If you can gather that kind of money to leave and come to Ghana, my advice to you will be that you stay put and start up something no matter how small it is. Will the people get you a job?

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  7. I'll relocate to Ghana o at least I'll sleep with my two eyes closed.

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  8. Ghana is far better than Nigeria butbto make money in Ghana after relocating is hard except the company you work for has branch there and sent you there. To set up a business and run it successfully or get a paid job ad a Nigerian in Ghana is very hard. I got this info from a friend who is studying in Ghana and has come in contact with many Nigerians there

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  9. It's more safer

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  10. I don't need to relocate just follow my co-worker to her village in Accra.

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