September 18, 2021

40 thoughts on “Why I Quit My Job and Moved To Africa!

  1. I am a continental African and watching this video I pray GOD almighty will help our brothers and sisters in the Diaspora who want to move to Africa. May He provide y'all the resources and finances that you need to make this transition IJN

  2. Thank you for this nice video. I'm in America seriously been thinking about visiting Africa and possibly moving there. I think its time! Blessings brother. New subscriber and I'd like to try your health goods. ✊🏽⚘

  3. This is what my little brother always tells me sharp mind sharp body sharp spirit this life has never been just fo you this relm that we are in has never just been for you this has always been your culture our culture this is our African culture πŸ‡¬πŸ‡­πŸ–€βœŠπŸΎ

  4. Hey. I tried to order some moringa leaves from your website but apparently you don't ship to the UK. Is that right, and if so will it be changing in the future? Thanks. (Great you've moved back to the motherland – I've been trying to engage with the idea of returning to Ghana where I was born so it's encouraging to see other members of the Diaspora doing what I hope to do one day. Peace.)

  5. I go away for a few months & come back to see this!

    Congrats to you my brother! I'd love to see a video about how it is to eat a plant diet there.

    Much love β€πŸ–€πŸ’š

  6. This video is ON POINT!!! I'm grateful that I was led to this video because I will be making my first visit to Ghana in 2 weeks. I'm looking forward to connecting with the people, the nature, and the culture. @zayloc23 I am from Atlanta as well. I am, also, a poet, publisher, and author. I hope that one day we'll meet! Making the permanent move to Africa is the ultimate goal right now.

  7. Africa has never been poor. Looking forward to more of our brothers and sisters coming back to help us develop our homeland. We have survived together for thousands of years in the motherland.

  8. Depending on the State you are in within the US, some African Americans do acknowledge you when you speak. Especially down South, most are very friendly. But yeah, other places, people look at you like you are crazy if you speak. Lol

  9. Brother I watch your videos for encouragement, I'm working on getting out of the divided states, I'm worn out drained of strength and looking for life worth living, coming home….. πŸ•ŠοΈ

  10. When am back in town like u do I will like to visit Ghana πŸ‡¬πŸ‡­ to see you my brother πŸ™πŸΏβ€οΈπŸ‡¬πŸ‡²Gambian live in Belgium but I born the system trying to settle back

  11. We here are in Europe πŸ‡³πŸ‡± , grandsons and granddaughters from our beloved grandparents from Surinam πŸ‡ΈπŸ‡· who's parents endured horrible slavery after they've been kidnapped from Ghana πŸ‡¬πŸ‡­, almost nobody returned, maybe few. They call them and their offspring the "creole, maroon people" our same sisters and brothers are in Guyana and French Guyana as well.
    Some of their offspring are half/ totally white now due to several (horrible) incidents /circumstances. So, Some come to realize things and some not but: God bless Africa πŸ™ and definitely not America/Europe. God blesses your journey

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