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Re: My Experience On A Trip To Ghana!.... by Cybercop2002: 9:56am On Apr 02
HorlarJP:


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
i don't get you bro ,but naija is very frustrating ritualist and fulani news everyday that ain't motivating ,if you can help me to Ghana i will pay you back with interest when i start work i only have transport fare with me 20k abeg show me love
Re: My Experience On A Trip To Ghana!.... by Cybercop2002: 9:59am On Apr 02
Hmmm,i feel sorry for Nigeria been rank in all the bad thing in the work from crime to murder to human right abuse may see again naija if i jp
Re: My Experience On A Trip To Ghana!.... by Limassol: 10:59am On Apr 02
Nice thread op, I'm following patiently. By the way which city are you in? Pictures will be appreciated.

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Re: My Experience On A Trip To Ghana!.... by HILCROWN(m): 11:21am On Apr 02
Thank you for the information bro... hope to fly to Ghana soon.


HorlarJP:


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 Nicoswit(m): 11:51am On Apr 02
HorlarJP:
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�
Have you had chance to mingle with ghanaians in conversation, what can you say about their so called hostility against nigerians?

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Re: My Experience On A Trip To Ghana!.... by Nicoswit(m): 11:55am On Apr 02
Cybercop2002:
i don't get you bro ,but naija is very frustrating ritualist and fulani news everyday that ain't motivating ,if you can help me to Ghana i will pay you back with interest when i start work i only have transport fare with me 20k abeg show me love
You need to chill about this job stuff in ghana...ghana is not a hub for job opportunities for foreigners

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Re: My Experience On A Trip To Ghana!.... by Cybercop2002: 12:05pm On Apr 02
Nicoswit:

You need to chill about this job stuff in ghana...ghana is not a hub for job opportunities for foreigners
ok thanks bro,but pls help me any way you can sir am jobless and it frustrating ,to eat and even buy little thing is problem
Re: My Experience On A Trip To Ghana!.... by Localordinary: 12:17pm On Apr 02
Ghana is a place for comfort and peace even though its expensive place to live in. Stable economy,good roads. Ghana of now is like Nigeria in the 90s. I have been living here since 2018 and ever since i left Lagos Nigeria,my life has been so peaceful. Although Ghana is not as beautiful as Nigeria,nor neither are they richer than Nigeria but there is a system that is working here. Ghana is a freedom country, no police harassment. God blessed the day I left the shores of Nigeria.

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Re: My Experience On A Trip To Ghana!.... by Localordinary: 12:35pm On Apr 02
Official rate is actually 1cedis=65 naira whilst black market is 70 naira. Whilst growing up,I could remember how useless the franc xefa was, today naira and xefa are in the range. By end of this year,the francophone countries in West Africa including Ghana has introduced a new currency called eco currency. It is shame on Nigerian leaders.




HorlarJP:
This one note is 10k in naira .

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Re: My Experience On A Trip To Ghana!.... by aboyaji(m): 1:32pm On Apr 02
HorlarJP:
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�

pictures! pictures!! pictures!!!

Re: My Experience On A Trip To Ghana!.... by Limassol: 2:13pm On Apr 02
Localordinary:
Official rate is actually 1cedis=65 naira whilst black market is 70 naira. Whilst growing up,I could remember how useless the franc xefa was, today naira and xefa are in the range. By end of this year,the francophone countries in West Africa including Ghana has introduced a new currency called eco currency. It is shame on Nigerian leaders.






They have no shame. So don't bother.

Just today in the news, Raymond Dokpesey - the beneficiary of the $2.1billion arms deal scandal was aquited by a court of law in dramatic fashion.

Basically $2.1billion gone down the drain

Imagine how many sophisticated weapons this money will buy if spent honestly/ diligently?

Imagine the state of the art hospital it will build for a country like Nigeria? For the record the president is currently away in a London hospital treating an undisclosed illness.

Or the massive upgrade it would do to our universities if invested there?

All in all bro, the country is gone to the dogs. Whosoever believe it will get better with this current status quo is doing so at his peril.

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Re: My Experience On A Trip To Ghana!.... by HorlarJP: 2:34pm On Apr 02
Limassol:
Nice thread op, I'm following patiently. By the way which city are you in? Pictures will be appreciated.

I am in Accra bro

I will taking some pictures from now on
Even though Ghana is not as beautiful as Nigeria but the peace within the country is almost Unrivaled, no police harassment, yet there police are doing there jobs diligently asking for car papers and other thing they need to check and that’s all, haven’t heard about anyone caught stealing nor any cars colliding because even there drivers are in peace and road laws seem important here

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Re: My Experience On A Trip To Ghana!.... by HorlarJP: 2:38pm On Apr 02
Nicoswit:

You need to chill about this job stuff in ghana...ghana is not a hub for job opportunities for foreigners

Yeah about the job stuff in Ghana he need to chill and if he thinks he really need to leave Nigeria then he should be prepared ! No country is easy to work as a foreigner even the almighty Usa ain’t easy for blacks/foreigner , determination is all that matters. I believe if someone could be humble and start a car wash business in Ghana ,he might strive because earning 1000 cedis in a month is 100k in naira and he can do a bit better than Nigeria

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Re: My Experience On A Trip To Ghana!.... by HorlarJP: 2:40pm On Apr 02
Limassol:


They have no shame. So don't bother.

Just today in the news, Raymond Dokpesey - the beneficiary of the $2.1billion arms deal scandal was aquited by a court of law in dramatic fashion.

Basically $2.1billion gone down the drain

Imagine how many sophisticated weapons this money will buy if spent honestly/ diligently?

Imagine the state of the art hospital it will build for a country like Nigeria? For the record the president is currently away in a London hospital treating an undisclosed illness.

Or the massive upgrade it would do to our universities if invested there?

All in all bro, the country is gone to the dogs. Whosoever believe it will get better with this current status quo is doing so at his peril.

The country is more than gone to the dogs, i lost hope finally the day i saw Tinubu as one of those contesting for the president in 2023 , should people even allow him with what happened at Lekki Toll Gate ! Omoh Nigeria is dead , a country killing its citizen ? One of the reason I can’t even give my blood/sweat for our motherland ! I have really lost hope in Nigeria , sad but true

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Re: My Experience On A Trip To Ghana!.... by HorlarJP: 2:43pm On Apr 02
aboyaji:


pictures! pictures!! pictures!!!

I haven’t taken any pictures but I will try to from now, Chaii there ladies no really fine for face but Omoh come see different Ass, if you see 10 Ghanaian ladies 9.5 of them has Yansh bigger than 2 size of my head ! And the way they dress sef with nipples showing , 80% of them no dey wear bra and there adult doesn’t even care seem na foreigners like me dey always turn back to give good to my eye

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Re: My Experience On A Trip To Ghana!.... by HorlarJP: 2:45pm On Apr 02
Localordinary:
Official rate is actually 1cedis=65 naira whilst black market is 70 naira. Whilst growing up,I could remember how useless the franc xefa was, today naira and xefa are in the range. By end of this year,the francophone countries in West Africa including Ghana has introduced a new currency called eco currency. It is shame on Nigerian leaders.


No bro the black market rate is 91 naira maybe it’s a while you changed , i changed at 3 different places now, one at the airport , and twice at somewhere called Tudu though at Tudu I bargained hard for 87 naira and when i withdrew at the bank with my Visa card it’s around 110 naira from the atm ... all in all , naira is valueless !

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Re: My Experience On A Trip To Ghana!.... by HorlarJP: 2:47pm On Apr 02
Localordinary:
Ghana is a place for comfort and peace even though its expensive place to live in. Stable economy,good roads. Ghana of now is like Nigeria in the 90s. I have been living here since 2018 and ever since i left Lagos Nigeria,my life has been so peaceful. Although Ghana is not as beautiful as Nigeria,nor neither are they richer than Nigeria but there is a system that is working here. Ghana is a freedom country, no police harassment. God blessed the day I left the shores of Nigeria.

And God will bless the day i left the shores of Nigeria too because i ain’t going anytime soon even though i am leaving Ghana in the next few days! As an average Nigeria youth if leaving Nigeria isn’t in your plan , I don’t know what you thinking of , though there are some people who are still patriotic
Re: My Experience On A Trip To Ghana!.... by Limassol: 2:50pm On Apr 02
HorlarJP:


I am in Accra bro

I will taking some pictures from now on
Even though Ghana is not as beautiful as Nigeria but the peace within the country is almost Unrivaled, no police harassment, yet there police are doing there jobs diligently asking for car papers and other thing they need to check and that’s all, haven’t heard about anyone caught stealing nor any cars colliding because even there drivers are in peace and road laws seem important here

Such a decent country compared to what we have here.

I was chatting with a Facebook friend sometime ago and she told me electricity is quiet stable in Accra, I don't know how true it is.
Re: My Experience On A Trip To Ghana!.... by Nicoswit(m): 3:30pm On Apr 02
HorlarJP:


And God will bless the day i left the shores of Nigeria too because i ain’t going anytime soon even though i am leaving Ghana in the next few days! As an average Nigeria youth if leaving Nigeria isn’t in your plan , I don’t know what you thinking of , though there are some people who are still patriotic
You are leaving ghana for another africa country?
Re: My Experience On A Trip To Ghana!.... by HorlarJP: 5:05pm On Apr 02
Limassol:


Such a decent country compared to what we have here.

I was chatting with a Facebook friend sometime ago and she told me electricity is quiet stable in Accra, I don't know how true it is.

Quiet stable?
Very very stable I had give it 500% I told you for 10 days now , they have not even take it off for a second and I was even suprised to see no nepa carrying bill everywhere since I came here March ending , Nigeria with no light and stupid electricity bills everywhere

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Re: My Experience On A Trip To Ghana!.... by HorlarJP: 5:05pm On Apr 02
Nicoswit:

You are leaving ghana for another africa country?

No, moving out of the Africa continent .

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Re: My Experience On A Trip To Ghana!.... by Nicoswit(m): 5:15pm On Apr 02
HorlarJP:

No, moving out of the Africa continent .
Ok...dey post pictures to spice the thread
Re: My Experience On A Trip To Ghana!.... by jaszplus12(m): 5:42pm On Apr 02
HorlarJP:
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 .
Pesewas not pesos please.
Hope you are having fun....
Re: My Experience On A Trip To Ghana!.... by Derende(m): 5:52pm On Apr 02
You should have changed your naira to cedis in Nigeria before embarking on the trip. As at today cedis is 75 naira if you change in Nigeria.
But when you take the naira to Ghana it loses more value.
HorlarJP:


No bro the black market rate is 91 naira maybe it’s a while you changed , i changed at 3 different places now, one at the airport , and twice at somewhere called Tudu though at Tudu I bargained hard for 87 naira and when i withdrew at the bank with my Visa card it’s around 110 naira from the atm ... all in all , naira is valueless !
Re: My Experience On A Trip To Ghana!.... by HorlarJP: 6:05pm On Apr 02
jaszplus12:

Pesewas not pesos please.
Hope you are having fun....

Yes i am, i went to the Bojo beach last weekend
And lol i thought it was pesos , thanks for correcting me.

What’s your View regards Ghana and Nigeria since it’s seem you are in Ghana
Re: My Experience On A Trip To Ghana!.... by HorlarJP: 6:06pm On Apr 02
Derende:
You should have changed your naira to cedis in Nigeria before embarking on the trip. As at today cedis is 75 naira if you change in Nigeria.
But when you take the naira to Ghana it loses more value.

Oh that’s a mistake i will not make again then
Thanks

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Re: My Experience On A Trip To Ghana!.... by HorlarJP: 6:08pm On Apr 02
The Bojo beach

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Re: My Experience On A Trip To Ghana!.... by jaszplus12(m): 7:16pm On Apr 02
HorlarJP:


Yes i am, i went to the Bojo beach last weekend
And lol i thought it was pesos , thanks for correcting me.

What’s your View regards Ghana and Nigeria since it’s seem you are in Ghana
Oh...I lived in Nigeria for long before coming home. I think Nigeria is a great place but because the population is much it's difficult to satisfy the bulk. It will take great effort to fix Nigeria.
Ghana is small, and most importantly the masses still are able to hold the leaders to accountability.
Yes corruption is also here but in the working frame of the Nation people are serious. ECG works round the clock to make electricity available because everyone has prepaid meter.
Taxes are strictly adhered...that makes life expensive but things work.... unfortunately in Nigeria it's not so ...
Enjoy Accra as much as you can, make sure you holla next time you are around let's meet.
Hahaha... hope your neck is still intact... reference to comments about looking back at V6 and V8 bumbum! grin

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Re: My Experience On A Trip To Ghana!.... by HorlarJP: 8:14pm On Apr 02
jaszplus12:

Oh...I lived in Nigeria for long before coming home. I think Nigeria is a great place but because the population is much it's difficult to satisfy the bulk. It will take great effort to fix Nigeria.
Ghana is small, and most importantly the masses still are able to hold the leaders to accountability.
Yes corruption is also here but in the working frame of the Nation people are serious. ECG works round the clock to make electricity available because everyone has prepaid meter.
Taxes are strictly adhered...that makes life expensive but things work.... unfortunately in Nigeria it's not so ...
Enjoy Accra as much as you can, make sure you holla next time you are around let's meet.
Hahaha... hope your neck is still intact... reference to comments about looking back at V6 and V8 bumbum! grin

Yeah it will take more than a great effort to fix Nigeria but instead our leaders are plunging up back into deep holes! I am enjoying Accra but just bored a bit, even electricity don tire me� and e remain small make my neck fall o but i sha use hand pack am
Chaii Bumbum of different sizes and shapes! Wire me one girl Biko �

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Re: My Experience On A Trip To Ghana!.... by jaszplus12(m): 8:31pm On Apr 02
HorlarJP:


Yeah it will take more than a great effort to fix Nigeria but instead our leaders are plunging up back into deep holes! I am enjoying Accra but just bored a bit, even electricity don tire me� and e remain small make my neck fall o but i sha use hand pack am
Chaii Bumbum of different sizes and shapes! Wire me one girl Biko �
Ohooo... sorry about the request for the babes...I quit that department 20 years ago. grin
Just try say "hi" politely to anyone you cross she fit help you spend ya "sika" small... enjoy

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Re: My Experience On A Trip To Ghana!.... by Localordinary: 11:45pm On Apr 02
Spintex,Accra. Driving to go pick up a friend via clubbing. If u know, u know

Re: My Experience On A Trip To Ghana!.... by HorlarJP: 1:26am On Apr 03
Localordinary:
Spintex,Accra. Driving to go pick up a friend via clubbing. If u know, u know

Na rich people like you dey enjoy na
I just dey lowkey Dey cuddle bed day in and out�

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