Young Man who Quit his N1m Per Month Job to Move to the UK Shares his Regrets in Video, Seeks to Return Home
- A young Ghanaian entrepreneur living in the United Kingdom has shared some of the mistakes he made moving abroad
- Collins Owusu Sarfo revealed that he worked with Somovision while in Ghana and was paid about Ghc16,000 (N1,076,255) to GhC20,000 (N1,345,319) per month
- The successful man revealed that he was able to establish an oil and gas company, healthcare, and clothing company after his Ghanaian girlfriend broke up with him
Collins Owusu Sarfo, a young Ghanaian man has shared some of the regrets he has encountered since he moved to the United Kingdom.
In the interview with SVTV Africa, Collins shared that he used to make about Ghc16,000 (N1,076,255) to Ghc20,000 (N1,345,319) per month working with Somovision and his friends were surprised when they learnt he had left the job to move abroad.
Collins revealed that he regretted the decision he made when he got to the United Kingdom because his perception about life abroad was different from what he was experiencing.
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His first job in UK was car washing
Speaking to DJ Nyaami, the young entrepreneur shared that he made a plan to gather about £2,000 (N1,110,452) to move back to Ghana but he tried for years and he could not get that amount.
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Collins shared his first job in the UK was car washing and from that, he became a dishwasher.
The young man revealed that he was able to establish an oil and gas company, healthcare and clothing company after his Ghanaian girlfriend broke up with him.
Owusu Sarfo shared more about his story in the video linked below:
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported how a Nigerian man quit his job, moved permanently to Canada with his wife and kids.
Tobi said that on arrival in Canada, he got a contract job but lost it after 3 months due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
He was out of a job for 5 months after several unsuccessful work applications. Tobi eventually landed a new role with Canadian Railway Corporation, a job he has now been doing for a year.