If you earn at least GH¢5,000, don’t ‘rush to leave’ Ghana – Serwaa Amihere

It is becoming concerning how quickly Ghanaians are emigrating from the nation in quest of better opportunities overseas.

These tourists link unemployment, low income, and a collapsed political system to their leaving the nation.

Well-known media personality and brand influencer Serwaa Amihere has joined the chorus of individuals, including certain government officials, who have voiced concern about Ghanaian youths leaving the country.

On March 31, the brand influencer tweeted something that made some X users angry.

She emphasized in her tweet that Ghanaians should not think about leaving the country quickly, especially those between the ages of twenty and thirty who earn at least GH¢5,000 annually.

“I believe you should not rush to leave Ghana if you are in your 20s or 30s and making at least GHC5,000 or more. There is not much sunshine in the world,” she tweeted.

Many X users responded to the post by saying that it is hard to find a young person in the target age range making so much money, especially with the current state of the country’s economy.

Others countered that, considering the present economic difficulties, such an amount is insufficient to support oneself and dependents. Furthermore, some individuals decide to leave Ghana for reasons other than financial gain, like having better access to medical care and other amenities that improve a country’s standard of living.


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