Serwaa Amihere says Ghanaian youth shouldn’t travel outside Ghana

Instead, they should strive to work hard and save up in the country instead of traveling abroad where they would be exploited.

The award winning TV Presenter added that contrary to the beliefs, life is not rosy out there.

Recently, there is an ongoing debate on X on whether one should choose between a monthly salary of $10,000 while living in Ghana or $3,000 in another country.

On March 31, the brand influencer made a tweet that sparked reactions among some X users.

In her tweet, she emphasized that Ghanaians, specifically those aged twenty to thirty and earning at least GH¢5,000 in salary, shouldn’t hastily consider leaving the country.

“I think if you are in your 20s and 30s and earning, at least, GHC5,000 and above you shouldn’t rush to leave Ghana. It’s not all that rosy out there,” she tweeted.

Many X users who responded to the post argued that it’s challenging to find a young person within the specified age range earning such a significant amount of money given the country’s current economic conditions.

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