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In a video, a young man Collins Owusu Sarfo who quit his N1 million per month job to move to the United Kingdom expresses his regrets and seeks to return home.

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A young Ghanaian entrepreneur laments over the cost of living in the UK after he revealed some of the blunders he committed when relocating to the United Kingdom.

Collins Owusu Sarfodisclosed that while in Ghana, he was employed with a company, Somovision and he earns between Ghc16,000 (N1,076,255) and GhC20,000 (N1,345,319 per month.

After his Ghanaian lover broke up with him, the successful guy claimed that he was able to start an oil and gas firm, as well as a healthcare and apparel company.

Collins Owusu Sarfo, a young Ghanaian, has expressed some of his regrets since moving to the UK. Collins told SVTV Africa that he used to make between Ghc16,000 (N1,076,255) and Ghc20,000 (N1,345,319) a month working for Somovision, and that his friends were surprised when he told them he was leaving to go abroad.

Collins admitted that he regretted his decision when he arrived in the United Kingdom since his expectations of living overseas were not aligned with his reality.

Car washing was his first job in the UK.
DJ Nyaami revealed to DJ Nyaami that he devised a strategy to raise £2,000 (N1,110,452) in order to return to Ghana, but that despite his best efforts, he was unable to achieve his goal.

Collins revealed how his first employment in the UK was vehicle cleaning, and that he progressed to being a dishwasher from there. After his Ghanaian lover broke up with him, the young guy was able to start an oil and gas firm, as well as a healthcare and apparel company.

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