- A Ghanaian man living in German has shed light on what his work as a dishwasher is all about
- In an interview with Zionfelix, Kofi Asiedu opened up on his salary where he said makes him a minimum of 12 euros an hour from his job.
- Netizens who saw the video heaped praises on Kofi Asiedu and urged him to keep up with his good work
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A Ghanaian man currently resident in Germany has given insight into what a normal day at work for him as a dishwasher looks like.
Providing a breakdown, the well-built Ghanaian who was interviewed at his workplace says he makes 12 euros an hour and works for 8 hours for 5 days.
He however confessed that dishwashing is very a demanding job which requires a lot of attention and skill.
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“So you stand on your feet and work for 8 hours. You can only a food break for 10 to 20 minutes”
He continued that “here you can't be working and also doing other things logging on social media to what on going on because your boss won't allow that” he added
Kofi Asiedu agreed with Zionfelix who advised relatives of Ghanaians living abroad not to squander money sent to them to do a particular project because they think it got cheap.
Ghanaians commend him
Netizens who saw the video commended him for going public on what he does for a living and not being shy about it
Congrats to him for sharing his story...others wouldn't open up this way
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One thing I have learn from this guy is that he is very humble..because such job demand a very humble people..if you are not humble you can't do such job..i work as a housekeeper in a hotel so I know what am talking about..so bro just keep working hard and never mind whatever people will say..oneday you will definitely reap your hustle.
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God help our homeland Ghana. It’s so sad but he doesn’t have a choice. I think no one wants to do this kind of work if he or she have better alternatives hmmm
Nigerian man living in Germany says it is a boring country
A Nigerian man, Ken, living in Germany made some revelations about staying in the foreign country, as he spoke about their tax system.
In conversation with Abisola Alawode, he said that the country is structured in a way that a billionaire may direct his brother to go get a loan from the bank instead of helping him.
He revealed that everybody minds their business in Germany.