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Re: Should I Stay In Nigeria Or Travel To Ghana My In-law Place In Search Of Job by TheAviator: 8:56pm On May 07
Rosskiiku:


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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They are beginning to speak up too recently. If you liked the Facebook page of Pulse Ghana, you will see where Ghanaians comment on topics related to national issues. They now seriously berating the government of Akufo Ado Nana. But Nigeria seems more volatile truly.
Re: Should I Stay In Nigeria Or Travel To Ghana My In-law Place In Search Of Job by FashionCookie(f): 8:57pm On May 07
Ghana ke...SMH...u no go see work there, no just bother.
Re: Should I Stay In Nigeria Or Travel To Ghana My In-law Place In Search Of Job by HMarshal(m): 9:02pm On May 07
No job here,cept u av a bizness u want to fly.
Re: Should I Stay In Nigeria Or Travel To Ghana My In-law Place In Search Of Job by RealEzee(m): 9:06pm On May 07
Shellsploit:


Speaking from experience...
I rest my case.
Same here bud

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Re: Should I Stay In Nigeria Or Travel To Ghana My In-law Place In Search Of Job by Crenzywilliams(m): 9:07pm On May 07
Dreyton36:
2pac: whatever it takes for young niggas to get out the hood , get on withcha
I ain't mad at cha

Lights up my kpoli in peace
So true.
Respect my n*g*a.
Life's better where you've got the "skills, willingness, and opportunities to make it better."

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Re: Should I Stay In Nigeria Or Travel To Ghana My In-law Place In Search Of Job by vaxx: 9:25pm On May 07
Rosskiiku:


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.
Actually it used to be so but i disagree now . Nigeria is now very expensive. from a plastic coke of 170 to 4000 naira cement bag. this is in contrast with the price of Ghana which is from 3.50 ghc to 38 ghc respectively.



when it is comes to demanding better life from the government, i actually don't see Nigeria doing it better than Ghana. from "no more dumsor to the present one ""fix Ghana"" Ghana is just as radical as the people of France or USA .

There is even a public demonstration just this Sunday
Re: Should I Stay In Nigeria Or Travel To Ghana My In-law Place In Search Of Job by DrAkpa(f): 10:43pm On May 07
Ironi:
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 !


Oga, pls sound more intelligent. Does Nigeria have peace indices?
Re: Should I Stay In Nigeria Or Travel To Ghana My In-law Place In Search Of Job by brightalo1010: 11:16pm On May 07
booblacain:


Ghana is growing really fast. They have a very intelligent and productive president. Also, Diasporeans especially black Americans are flooding into Ghana and bringing a lot of dollars and investments with them.
If I'm not based in Ghana I will just swallowed this nonsense lies you commented here. For the past 5 days now Ghanaians has been trending fixthecountrynow on Twitter just because of the level of hardship in the country and you're here typing lies.

Let him come and suffer small and run back to naija as others do na.

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Re: Should I Stay In Nigeria Or Travel To Ghana My In-law Place In Search Of Job by javasnow: 11:25pm On May 07
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Re: Should I Stay In Nigeria Or Travel To Ghana My In-law Place In Search Of Job by Qathafi(m): 12:10am On May 08
I am a Ghanaian. You can get a low income job in Ghana easily and make ends meet, get accomodation and search for a good job. Ask me anything you'd like to know.
Re: Should I Stay In Nigeria Or Travel To Ghana My In-law Place In Search Of Job by simondavid: 12:32am On May 08
Pls what exactly do you said that is going on in Ghana now pls tell me
Re: Should I Stay In Nigeria Or Travel To Ghana My In-law Place In Search Of Job by simondavid: 12:34am On May 08
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
Accra Ghana my in laws is from there.
Re: Should I Stay In Nigeria Or Travel To Ghana My In-law Place In Search Of Job by simondavid: 12:35am On May 08
slawormiir:
Damnnn niggarrrr
What da fuckkkkkkkkk......like seriously! Ghana
Ogbeni sit your gadmnnn asss down in Nigeria
If you want to travel definitely not some low budget ass noisy moda fuckkking neighbors of ours called Ghana
What da fuckkk...if you want to travel Ogbeni....then go to those dope nations...like Bahrain, oman, qatar, .and do your dope shit shaperly.....but don't go there with the idea of them giving you a residential permit .....nope...it won't happen.....those countries don't give easily
Na money nah to travel to that country you just mention

Just go there run your dope shit shaperly and 2seconds the money go bust....if you don't have the balls to go to this middle east and Arab nations i just mentioned..then enter turkey make you go bomb
Re: Should I Stay In Nigeria Or Travel To Ghana My In-law Place In Search Of Job by olmoRoc: 6:51am On May 08
Stay home. If you don't believe me, take a trip there for a few weeks and see for yourself.

Remember, you won't start to think straight when you're still loaded with cash.
Re: Should I Stay In Nigeria Or Travel To Ghana My In-law Place In Search Of Job by sageb: 8:20am On May 08
Qathafi:
I am a Ghanaian. You can get a low income job in Ghana easily and make ends meet, get accomodation and search for a good job. Ask me anything you'd like to know.
Charlie, show us the way.
Re: Should I Stay In Nigeria Or Travel To Ghana My In-law Place In Search Of Job by subcbouy: 10:38am On May 08
What's going on?
Re: Should I Stay In Nigeria Or Travel To Ghana My In-law Place In Search Of Job by simondavid: 11:07pm On May 11
sageb:

Charlie, show us the way.
Message me pls
chinonsosimon24@gmail.com
Re: Should I Stay In Nigeria Or Travel To Ghana My In-law Place In Search Of Job by simondavid: 11:10pm On May 11
sageb:

Charlie, show us the way.
Message me pls let's talk
chinonsosimon24@gmail.com

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