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Stay Grounded: Aba Dope Urges Ghanaians to Chase Dreams Locally, Dispelling Illusions of Glamorous Life Abroad.

Juliet Korkor 4 weeks ago 0

Ghanaian social media influencer Aba Dope recently addressed prevalent misconceptions about life abroad, cautioning against idealizing it as glamorous.

During a live discussion on TV3’s ‘Ladies Circle’ on April 22, 2024, Aba Dope, also known as Aba Martin, shed light on the harsh realities of living overseas, citing the high cost of living and demanding work environments.

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She emphasized the misleading perception of an easy and luxurious life abroad, highlighting the overwhelming expenses for essentials like bills, transportation, and food. Aba Dope advised against blindly trusting individuals promising assistance with relocation, noting the potential loss of freedom and independence.

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She shared anecdotes of people trapped in situations where they couldn’t regain control after relying on others for help.

Despite these challenges, Aba Dope encouraged Ghanaians to pursue their dreams locally, even in the absence of immediate support, urging individuals to take the first step towards their goals, as it could pave the way for necessary assistance.

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Her remarks resonate at a time when many African countries, including Ghana, witness a significant outflow of citizens seeking opportunities abroad.

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