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|My Experience On A Trip To Ghana!.... by HorlarJP: 7:15pm On Apr 01|
Hello, How is everyone doing!
Don’t really know how to start a thread, this is my first time but i am going to try !
Left Nigeria for Ghana on the 23rd of March and by air and i have been impressed by what I have seen so far, Truly the Giant of Africa is no more Giant. Nigeria is just getting worse but well let’s be hopeful!
Some reactions and comments i will continue the thread and the advantages and disadvantages of living/staying in Ghana
|Re: My Experience On A Trip To Ghana!.... by Elnon: 7:29pm On Apr 01|
Ghana is far ahead of Nigeria.....So organized and peaceful hence why our own celebs and even Black American celebs loves vacaying in Accra....Cant wait to read your experiences
|Re: My Experience On A Trip To Ghana!.... by HorlarJP: 7:34pm On Apr 01|
Thanks bro! And yes to be sincere today is my ninth day in the country and I haven’t heard any sound coming from the generator! Damn a whole nine days and light didn’t go off for a seconds.
A place where you can even go and check on a friend at midnight and not being afraid of thieves or whatever
We don’t even close the gate to the compound I stay
Just so organized and peaceful like you have said earlier.
|Re: My Experience On A Trip To Ghana!.... by Cooladex(m): 7:37pm On Apr 01|
Following. Upload pictures
|Re: My Experience On A Trip To Ghana!.... by Nicoswit(m): 8:00pm On Apr 01|
HorlarJP:We dey ur back
Note: if wailers start attacking you abeg just ignore them, don't stop this thread oo
|Re: My Experience On A Trip To Ghana!.... by Cybercop2002: 8:07pm On Apr 01|
Nicoswit:if any body attack you you got my back cause i can't be foolish to see bad thing and call it good thing,5 days so far we don't have light on a blink today which didn't even last one hour with powerful mosquito who are dangerous like amotekun
|Re: My Experience On A Trip To Ghana!.... by Nicoswit(m): 8:23pm On Apr 01|
Cybercop2002:Lol...i think there is an issue with the electricity generally bcoz i av seen some people complained online too...for my side here we only had light for like 1hour since morning, the heat is too much...msoquito for diz side be like hisbah police
|Re: My Experience On A Trip To Ghana!.... by HorlarJP: 8:25pm On Apr 01|
I am just being surprised at how far our country have been left behind by other African countries . And to be sincere i didn’t know Ghana currency supersedes our Naira. A 100 Cedes is almost equivalent to 10 thousand naira .. meaning 1 cedes is 100 naira .
Naira just useless like anything
I came here with Naira and I really regretted doing so
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|Re: My Experience On A Trip To Ghana!.... by HorlarJP: 8:27pm On Apr 01|
This one note is 10k in naira .
|Re: My Experience On A Trip To Ghana!.... by HorlarJP: 8:29pm On Apr 01|
Omoh I don even forget day mosquito still dey this world � seem they are only born and breed in Nigeria
|Re: My Experience On A Trip To Ghana!.... by HorlarJP: 8:30pm On Apr 01|
5 good days without light ? When I only charge my phone when it’s in 5 percent
|Re: My Experience On A Trip To Ghana!.... by HorlarJP: 8:30pm On Apr 01|
|Re: My Experience On A Trip To Ghana!.... by Cybercop2002: 9:49pm On Apr 01|
|Re: My Experience On A Trip To Ghana!.... by Cybercop2002: 9:53pm On Apr 01|
HorlarJP:i swear to god am depressed and jobless ,pls help am suffering in my own xountry no citizen benefit ,no job and insecurity
|Re: My Experience On A Trip To Ghana!.... by Cybercop2002: 9:55pm On Apr 01|
Nicoswit:so we follow they the game when our neighboring country they enjoy 24 hour electricity with safety
|Re: My Experience On A Trip To Ghana!.... by Shellsploit: 11:17pm On Apr 01|
Ghanians are accommodating and life over there is better than what we have here.
Where are u in ghana.. ?
Imagine when theres a scheduled maintenance to be done on the power station, there would be a radio announcement that by xy hours, power would be interrupted and by xy hours, it would be restored.
Freedom to move about anytime of the day especially those staying in major towns and cities of ghana. But if u stay in remote areas / village's its difficult shuttling around at night.
|Re: My Experience On A Trip To Ghana!.... by Cybercop2002: 11:41pm On Apr 01|
Abeg make un help me japa comot for naija i don tire oooo,agbero don start street fight oooo 2 innocent don die,help ne get job for Ghana i get money for transport abeg just for safety reason i Dey 19 years and i get small change
|Re: My Experience On A Trip To Ghana!.... by Cybercop2002: 11:44pm On Apr 01|
@Hollar jp help your fellow Nigeria i want come Ghana oooo abeg cause naija wey i love is become ahithole and inhabitant ,pls safe live and future and generation and i promise you won't regret it
|Re: My Experience On A Trip To Ghana!.... by HILCROWN(m): 12:56am On Apr 02|
Good Morning Ola,
Nice thread here, Can you please share the cost of traveling to Ghana during this period.
Flight from Nigeria to Ghana, how much?
Did you pay $50 at the Airport as Ecowas stamping?
Did you do Covid-19 test after 7days?
How much is the test in Ghana?
For someone traveling to Ghana for 14days, how many Covid-19 test will I go through?
I will appreciate if you can answer those questions. Thank you in anticipation of your response.
Thank you, I got all the information. God bless you
|Re: My Experience On A Trip To Ghana!.... by kizonero(m): 3:16am On Apr 02|
Ghana is indeed a sweet country. I was there in 2019. And I went by road through Abc transport. It was awesome experience going by road.
|Re: My Experience On A Trip To Ghana!.... by nwauwa(m): 6:43am On Apr 02|
Did you do Covid test in Nigeria or you only paid for the Ghana own which i know is a must?
|Re: My Experience On A Trip To Ghana!.... by Pavore9: 7:24am On Apr 02|
You remind of my trip to Accra back in 2012, I also travelled through ABC, we arrived at their park at Nsawam road very late that night, so had to spend the night there.
|Re: My Experience On A Trip To Ghana!.... by Kirkman: 7:48am On Apr 02|
Pavore9:Oga it's been a long while I saw this monicker of yours. How have you been?
|Re: My Experience On A Trip To Ghana!.... by Pavore9: 8:06am On Apr 02|
Am good, yeah it's been a long while!
|Re: My Experience On A Trip To Ghana!.... by Cybercop2002: 9:02am On Apr 02|
Pls can we know the cost of living in Ghana and how to get a job or if you can tell me how much to budget
|Re: My Experience On A Trip To Ghana!.... by HorlarJP: 9:37am On Apr 02|
I went with airpeace and I booked it 135k, and you have to be with a covid test and yellow fever test!
But my friend booked his 81k but simply because I booked mine 2 days before the day i fly and he booked his a week before ! So the nearer the date you are flying the more expensive your ticket is
And also you have to show a $50 note because you will do another covid test on arrival at the Aiport in Ghana. The $50 will be payed on arrival instantly and you don’t have to pay any $50 for Ecowas stamping!
And for someone going for 14 days you have to do one in Nigeria tho Guys dey run am, then another one on arrival at Ghana Aiport and then another one after your 14 days !
I hope I have answered all your questions.
|Re: My Experience On A Trip To Ghana!.... by HorlarJP: 9:38am On Apr 02|
I stay at Broadcastle not far from there shoprite(West Hills Mall) and that’s is true about the maintenance regards there electricity though I haven’t experienced any light off since i entered
|Re: My Experience On A Trip To Ghana!.... by HorlarJP: 9:40am On Apr 02|
Boss , this is not about helping you
It’s about your determination and strive for success
But firstly move out of your comfort zone and Never lose faith
|Re: My Experience On A Trip To Ghana!.... by HorlarJP: 9:42am On Apr 02|
Ghana is more expensive than Nigeria, and Naira is really useless compared to Cedis so you have to be financially ready! And about getting a job i really don’t know about that but you should see a job because the country seem accommodating and I would tell you to budget within 300k-500k on arrival means you must enter Ghana with that amount so you won’t be stranded at worse 200k which is 2000 cedis
|Re: My Experience On A Trip To Ghana!.... by HorlarJP: 9:45am On Apr 02|
Good morning !
Regards the Time zone Ghana is a hour behind Nigeria! And what I notice in Ghana again is the way they respect there traffic light. I will send some pictures regards that when I am out today! I have moved around a lot since I arrived 10 days ago now and every single time they respect there traffic light so much and you will never see a bike without an helmet here !
There traffic laws are really important to them and yes they still spend coins in Ghana lol funny but true , there coins are called Pesos .
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|Re: My Experience On A Trip To Ghana!.... by HorlarJP: 9:49am On Apr 02|
This 2 coins in naira = 100 naira
Because they are 50 pesos each making 1 cedi and a cedi is 100 naira .
And Ghana Ladies are so hot ! I wouldn’t want to remember Wetin my eye don see�
|Re: My Experience On A Trip To Ghana!.... by Cybercop2002: 9:53am On Apr 02|
HorlarJP:thanks bro ,i think say the place cheap oo me wey get only 20 thousand omo i need to double hustle
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