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Re: Should I Stay In Nigeria Or Travel To Ghana My In-law Place In Search Of Job by EFULEFU1(m): 6:08pm On May 07
Let's go to guinea embarassed
Re: Should I Stay In Nigeria Or Travel To Ghana My In-law Place In Search Of Job by ibolord(m): 6:09pm On May 07
No Job for Ghana oo, their citizens sef never get job finish. Even if you get one, highest they fit pay you na 500 cedis or less.
Re: Should I Stay In Nigeria Or Travel To Ghana My In-law Place In Search Of Job by galantjoe(m): 6:12pm On May 07
Ghana is no go area
Don't you see how Ghanaian police is maltreating Nigerians living in Ghana

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Re: Should I Stay In Nigeria Or Travel To Ghana My In-law Place In Search Of Job by streetsoldier1(m): 6:13pm On May 07
Are you related to desmond idiot, why on earth will you choose a place worse than Nigeria. Guy if not U.S or canada, just stay and hustle well here. Infact, if you know what u are doing, you will make it in Nigeria

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Re: Should I Stay In Nigeria Or Travel To Ghana My In-law Place In Search Of Job by jacobnel: 6:16pm On May 07
Abeg Nigeria is better.Is easier to make in Nigeria than Ghana.How much can they even pay you in Ghana with their high cost of living.Most of the Ghanaian millionaire didn't made their money while in Ghana


simondavid:
Should I stay in Nigeria or travel to Ghana my in-law place in search of job
Re: Should I Stay In Nigeria Or Travel To Ghana My In-law Place In Search Of Job by AngelicBeing: 6:18pm On May 07
Shellsploit:


Speaking from experience... grin
Nothing dey ghana. Except for manual labor.
You are right though smiley

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Re: Should I Stay In Nigeria Or Travel To Ghana My In-law Place In Search Of Job by braunny(m): 6:20pm On May 07
topboss:
IS GHANA NOW WHERE TO GO FOR JOBS.


BIAFRA MUST COME, AM TIRED OF ALL THIS NONSENSE.


IMAGINE GOING TO GHANA FOR JOB, PEOPLE THAT WE ARE BETTER THAN.
sharrap there better than how? Keep living in denial..... mumu man
Re: Should I Stay In Nigeria Or Travel To Ghana My In-law Place In Search Of Job by pheonixdld2(m): 6:24pm On May 07
Can you please name some of this countries apart from south Africa?
Topmaike007:
Guy try any country from the south and thank me later
Re: Should I Stay In Nigeria Or Travel To Ghana My In-law Place In Search Of Job by Nobody: 6:25pm On May 07
braunny:
sharrap there better than how? Keep living in denial..... mumu man
Only People That Don't Normally Have Sense And Talk Any How Would Say Naija Is Better Than Ghana...Las Las You Can't Lie To Yourself.

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Re: Should I Stay In Nigeria Or Travel To Ghana My In-law Place In Search Of Job by skj1377(m): 6:27pm On May 07
No job in Ghana please stay in Nigeria
Re: Should I Stay In Nigeria Or Travel To Ghana My In-law Place In Search Of Job by TimeTraveller: 6:31pm On May 07
simondavid:
Should I stay in Nigeria or travel to Ghana my in-law place in search of job


Ghanaians are reading your post with subtle disgust. angry angry
You think Ghana is better than Nigeria? Because of social media yen yen yen?
You go rub back after one month. If you take your mind off get rich quick syndrome, you can make it here.
There are 36 states to try in Nigeria!

I don talk my own!

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Re: Should I Stay In Nigeria Or Travel To Ghana My In-law Place In Search Of Job by diaspoAFRICANS: 6:34pm On May 07
TimeTraveller:



Ghanaians are reading your post with subtle disgust. angry angry
You think Ghana is better than Nigeria? Because of social media yen yen yen?
You go rub back after one month. If you take your mind off get rich quick syndrome, you can make it here.
There are 36 states to try in Nigeria!

I don talk my own!

36 states where people are being killed here and there?
Re: Should I Stay In Nigeria Or Travel To Ghana My In-law Place In Search Of Job by Swanzi(m): 6:35pm On May 07
topboss:
IS GHANA NOW WHERE TO GO FOR JOBS.


BIAFRA MUST COME, AM TIRED OF ALL THIS NONSENSE.


IMAGINE GOING TO GHANA FOR JOB, PEOPLE THAT WE ARE BETTER THAN.

Boy what gave u the mind to feel ur better than Ghanians ... dude that’s pure racism.
Am sure you would be the first to shout if any white person makes this assertion about Africans ...bloody hypocrite
Re: Should I Stay In Nigeria Or Travel To Ghana My In-law Place In Search Of Job by chaloskyx: 6:37pm On May 07
GO TO GHANA TO DO WHAT? SO THAT YOU WOULD LATER GET KICKED OUT
Re: Should I Stay In Nigeria Or Travel To Ghana My In-law Place In Search Of Job by chaloskyx: 6:39pm On May 07
WHY CANT HE GET HES ANSWER NOW MUST HE GO ON HUNGER STRIKE BEFORE HE GETS A SIMPLE ANSWER
omenekennedy:
Good evening my brother. You just have to put it in prayer. I suggest 3 days fasting and prayer. I tell you, you must surely get your answer. Cheers! cool
Re: Should I Stay In Nigeria Or Travel To Ghana My In-law Place In Search Of Job by IkengaRussell(m): 6:52pm On May 07
Shellsploit:
Which part of ghana are u planning to travel to? .How can u cope with language barrier..?

If u don't have handwork, it would be difficult to get a job cos their are few companies in ghana.. except u want to be employed in a farm where u will be clearing bush daily and earn 8 ghanaian cedis wink

Language barrier in Ghana?? undecided undecided
Re: Should I Stay In Nigeria Or Travel To Ghana My In-law Place In Search Of Job by Nobody: 6:57pm On May 07
simondavid:
Should I stay in Nigeria or travel to Ghana my in-law place in search of job


Na so your condition bad reach?
Re: Should I Stay In Nigeria Or Travel To Ghana My In-law Place In Search Of Job by Shellsploit: 7:04pm On May 07
IkengaRussell:


Language barrier in Ghana?? undecided undecided
You think everyone in ghana speaks English, even those stayin in places like accra, sunyani etc dont speak English
Re: Should I Stay In Nigeria Or Travel To Ghana My In-law Place In Search Of Job by Ayo2004: 7:07pm On May 07
Travel?is Ghana not in Nigeria? grin
Re: Should I Stay In Nigeria Or Travel To Ghana My In-law Place In Search Of Job by Klansman11(m): 7:08pm On May 07
simondavid:
Should I stay in Nigeria or travel to Ghana my in-law place in search of job
.It will be very difficult for you to get a good job with your Nigeria certificate in Ghana.Just prepare yourself for a teaching job in Ghana
Re: Should I Stay In Nigeria Or Travel To Ghana My In-law Place In Search Of Job by Ironi: 7:20pm On May 07
You people don't get it, do you?

There are no jobs in Ghana.

Ghana is a small place and Ghanaians are struggling for jobs so how do Nigerians with their huge population like rabbits invade Ghana for jobs.

This makes Ghanaians very wary and is one of the major reasons why Ghanaians are being protective and rightfully so.

They would be damned if they sit unconcerned and allow Nigeria with their huge population to overrun their country .

Between, I don't seem to understand why Nigerians want to run to Ghana.
Nigeria has all the indicators for any young person to succeed if you work hard. Huge population, vast land, lots of natural resources and lots of oil money! Where else can one be successful?

Don't go to Ghana and mess up the little they have, just stay the fck off !

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Re: Should I Stay In Nigeria Or Travel To Ghana My In-law Place In Search Of Job by chaloskyx: 7:27pm On May 07
ARE YOU FOR REAL THIS IS A JOKE RIGHT?
smile11s:
Go anywhere your heart is with. Easy. Or you can fast for 7 days, give 10% of your savings to a pastor, the more % you give and the better of your chances, pray 6 hours a day. And surely God will whisper something to your heart.
Re: Should I Stay In Nigeria Or Travel To Ghana My In-law Place In Search Of Job by RealEzee(m): 7:28pm On May 07
Ghana? Lol
Well lots of peeps there got bad blood for Nigerians, and they are peeps who have never left ghana, the liberal ones are exposed and cool tho.
Re: Should I Stay In Nigeria Or Travel To Ghana My In-law Place In Search Of Job by blacq2009(m): 7:28pm On May 07
oluwaseyi0:
Ghana angrywith all this their beef with Nigeria

Na illusory beef. It's been like that since the 60s. No take am serious.

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Re: Should I Stay In Nigeria Or Travel To Ghana My In-law Place In Search Of Job by RealEzee(m): 7:30pm On May 07
Shellsploit:

You think everyone in ghana speaks English, even those stayin in places like accra, sunyani etc dont speak English
oga a large population speak English, even their pidgin is still understandable, Accra of all places ni? Easy na
Re: Should I Stay In Nigeria Or Travel To Ghana My In-law Place In Search Of Job by Rosskiiku: 7:43pm On May 07
TheAviator:


Don't be deceived brother, Ghana is not better than Nigeria. I lived in Accra, so I know what I am saying. If there is anyone giving you the impression that 'if you can't get job in Nigeria, just go to Ghana and you will get a job,' that's mendacious. Most of those who talk like that don't know the reality. They just talk based on heresay and fake imaginations. Cost of living in Accra is so expensive than Nigeria, believe me.

I keep hearing people saying that things in Ghana are so expensive, compared to Nigeria.

Those Ghanaians seem more interested in maintaining an illusion of 'peacefulness' and 'stability', than in challenging their leaders to do more, as occurs in Nigeria (hence her being more 'volatile').
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OP. My advice to you is to start a business in Nigeria.

There are millions of Nigerians making great money in business.

Join them.

Find a free, short online course in business management, do it, then decide on a venture.

Start small and grow.

There is market in Nigeria for anything.

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Re: Should I Stay In Nigeria Or Travel To Ghana My In-law Place In Search Of Job by smile11s(m): 7:44pm On May 07
chaloskyx:
ARE YOU FOR REAL THIS IS A JOKE RIGHT?

It’s up to whoever is reading it to decide if it’s a real advice or a joke.
Re: Should I Stay In Nigeria Or Travel To Ghana My In-law Place In Search Of Job by dododawa1: 7:48pm On May 07
Follow your leg not your eye
Re: Should I Stay In Nigeria Or Travel To Ghana My In-law Place In Search Of Job by Shellsploit: 8:05pm On May 07
RealEzee:
oga a large population speak English, even their pidgin is still understandable, Accra of all places ni? Easy na

Speaking from experience...
I rest my case.
Re: Should I Stay In Nigeria Or Travel To Ghana My In-law Place In Search Of Job by silibaba: 8:32pm On May 07
simondavid:
Should I stay in Nigeria or travel to Ghana my in-law place in search of job
who will give you job in ghana?

oga, if you don't have SSNIT (which is issued to citizens only) nothing for you ooo. except you get long leg like ostrich grin

Ghana don't want Nigeria in their midst anymore. get that into you head embarassed

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Re: Should I Stay In Nigeria Or Travel To Ghana My In-law Place In Search Of Job by caprini1: 8:55pm On May 07
simondavid:
Should I stay in Nigeria or travel to Ghana my in-law place in search of job
You can work better in Ghana if a Nigerian company post you there. But to go and start looking for a job in Ghana,bro na from frying pan to fire.There is nothing really in Ghana,except reasonable electricity,security and enjoyment.

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