September 19, 2021

31 thoughts on “Ten Things We Hate About Ghana | Negatives of Living in Ghana

  1. Hi, Kathy…This is so timely. We are in desperate need of help….We live here in Ghana and one month ago we sent our barrels from USA. Pay to send it now ,we have paid 5k and up to date have not gotten our barrels to this company here in Tema ..We are at our wits …We believe no one will help us…..much to say but …But please reply….Thank you.

  2. I’m from & currently living in Arlington TX & I’ve been doing my research to relocate to my homeland & I’ve strongly considered Ghana , I’m so happy for these videos . Thank you

  3. When you move to any African country you Need to be financially stable and business minded so that you don't have to struggle about anything.
    Secondly corruption in Africa is a norm we are used to it.
    Thirdly the weather guys its very hoot and unbearable
    But we love Africa

  4. I keep hearing people talk about how some countries bribe people. Like in Thailand too. That’s crazy. I couldn’t live in a place like that. I would be locked up. Heck no! Got me all the way messed up!

  5. Hi guys, I’m Dave a UK Jamaican, I’m in Accra this week. I’d love to meet up with you share a drink and experiences. Not sure if this is a private message. If you can reply privately then I’ll pass on my details. Dave

  6. I visited and was excited to find an apartment to rent on Airbnb. The pace of things was too slow. Even to get your check at a restaurant or service is slow. I enjoyed my visit but things like that matter to me especially doing business. Also I feel people treated me better when there was a financial incentive not because it was genuine. My first Airbnb host was great and the property manager was too but the second Airbnb was bad. There was even a black out at the first place but because the service was better I was fine with it because it was out of their control. Even my tour guides were on point amazing all woman company too. The other stuff I witnessed was too slow or they didn't care. Also I was told by a Ghanaian who grew up in the US the way they treat white people is way better than black tourists or expats which is not cool.

  7. I don't know if I could move to Ghana, too many steps to take when you only need one, wi fi electricity outages, trash, plastic, if they love their country, why not take care of it, and what about, solar power?

  8. I have a friend from Ghana who moved here because she was in the lower class there. She was so desperate to get out because of the class divide, she married a wealthy man here in the U.S. before even moving here. He treats her like a baby-making slave and is horrible to her, but she keeps insisting that it's better than Ghana. It makes me so sad.

  9. Love your videos but you made a mistake to go to Ghana .. Please Visit South Africa it's more Developed here and it's a diverse nation with Proper Facilities 🇿🇦🇿🇦🇿🇦🇿🇦🇿🇦🇿🇦🇿🇦🇿🇦🇿🇦🇿🇦🇿🇦🇿🇦🇿🇦🇿🇦🇿🇦

  10. Thanks so much for this. I'm an older male ,black American who lived 25 years abroad in 5 different countries- only 2 in Europe and I've visited more. Yes, I've visited Africa, 6 countries, but I've never lived in Africa nor been to Ghana.. That said, many of the items on your list I encountered in other parts of the world seemingly to smaller degrees compared to how you describe things in the video. I discovered your site not that long ago and I plan to go through all the videos. Thanks. Oh yeah, I like you 2 together.

  11. I'm Ghanaian and I love your complete honesty! All I see is others trying to give fake reviews and impressions. Ghana is not even close to being perfect! Thank you guys for this video 😊😊

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