September 28, 2021

37 thoughts on “5 Reasons You Can’t Make It In Africa | Moving To Ghana | Living in Africa

  1. Hi queen, Your points are *spot on..Those of us who grew up in Africa before moving abroad should understand this. We all had to go through all if not more of your point before getting used to things. 😎

  2. I don’t understand why some people from the diaspora want to come to Ghana and want to have the same thing that they are trying to get away from 🤦🏽‍♀️ the whole point is returning to nature your original home. I truly became in love with Ghana and so look forward to moving 🙏🏾

  3. I personally want to thank you, because your videos are truly helping me to plan much better for my husband and my move to Ghana . You and Kwame are truly inspirational 🥰🙏🏾 Hope to meet y’all when we return 😊

  4. I REALLY LIKE YOU AND YOUR CHANNEL.BUT, 6 YEARS AND YOU STILL HAVE NOT GOTTEN A GHANA PASSPORT? OR CHANGED CITIZENSHIP? ISN'T THAT DANGEROUS, IF POLICIES CHANGE OR PROBLEMS OCCUR?
    I LIKE YOUR VOICE, BUT YOU HAVEN'T LEARNED TO SPEAK ANY LOCAL LANGUAGE YET?
    YOU HAVE SAID BANKS FAIL WITH NO NOTICE. PETTY CRIME IS WIDE SPREAD. AND HOME INVASIONS ARE NOT RARE. ALL THE HOMES HAVE BIG WALLS WITH RAZOR WIRE. IS THAT NEEDED EVERYWHERE? THAT SEEMS TO BE A BIG PROBLEM.

    AND THE IFFY UTILITIES AND WATER GO OUT RANDOMLY? INTERNET IS YEARS BEHIND AND UNEVEN. POLICE, TRADES, TRANSPORTATION, OFFICIALS ARE CORRUPT, CASH FOR ACTIONS?THAT IS A BIG RED FLAG!

    AND NOT YOURS, BUT MANY VLOGS ARE TURNING INTO REAL ESTATE HUSTLERS ONLY. JUST SHOWING HOUSES AND LAND, NOT FOR INFORMATION BUT LIKE SALESMEN.
    WELL, I AM GLAD YOU AND THE FAMILY IS COPING BETTER, AND HOSE IS FINISHING.

  5. I appreciate your candor but will admit….I've been thinking a lot about the smell and open sewers. I'm hoping the air is a bit fresher outside of the city as I would like to settle in a rural area.

  6. All that you are saying is nothing but truth. I like how you said it is not a third world country but developing. I mean come back every year you will see the rapid changes whew! From roads to housing to business potentials etc. Another thing, the smell for me the first days will be strong but after a couple of days, your nose adjusts and that strong odor is no longer there lol So thats just a small hurdle to climb over. No biggie. Foreigners forget that abroad also have cities and certain areas smelling too. Again great advise. Cheers!

  7. The only thing Africa lack is good governance. The moment that become past story, The rest of the world would ran back to the greatest continent again!! Hahaha.

  8. Thank you indeed for bring these challenges up. Watching you from NY. I recently retired and would love to visit Ghana once borders open up and it’s safe to fly. I lived in Zimbabwe before as an expatriate. What you say is true.

  9. I don't agree with most of the things you are saying. Some are false information. Regarding changing 100 pounds and it's gone. That is not true. Please make realistic analysis

  10. I hear you on the third world point. It really annoys me as this phrase was phrased out years ago but I have notice some people still use it. I am so happy you touched on this. African is developing! It’s also means that it will not be like the West so please don’t expect everything to be the same.

  11. I hope to move to Ghana from the Bahamas. Lights going off wouldn't bother me it go out here too, putting my funds together by the grace of God next year i will be there. I was researching for the pass ten yeas now to and i know what business i want to do. I will need your help because i don't know anyone in Ghana 😂😂😂 I will be coming prepared when it comes to my pocket.

  12. I'm so glad to see this because I've been having these convos with ppl with all this new attraction to Africa. Only certain types of ppl will survive so plan accordingly and wisely ♥️

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