I was trafficked to Italy at 18, I had sex with 30 men daily - Lady reveals
Social media personality Izzy Gobeide has disclosed that she was trafficked to Italy as a teenager and worked as a prostitute for five years. In an exclusive on the Naked Truth Show on SVTV AFRICA, the UK-based Nigerian disclosed that many Nigerian parents at the time did everything they could to get their kids abroad.
I pretend I don’t speak twi when I meet Ghanaians here - UK-based Ghanaian
UK-based Ghanaian Nana Boadu Gyan has disclosed that he often pretends that he is not Ghanaian when he meets other Ghanaians in England. Speaking on SVTV Africa, Nana Gyan mentioned that he pretends because, according to him, the Ghanaian community abroad is the ‘bedrock of many problems.’
I almost died from working two jobs for five years in the UK - Ghanaian reveals
UK-based Ghanaian Alfred Adom has disclosed that he worked two jobs as a cleaner and a construction worker but decided to quit after a near-death experience caused by stress. In a chat on Daily Hustle Worldwide, Alfred mentioned that he worked during the day on a construction site and the night as a cleaner.
I got married out of loneliness, I didn’t love him - UK-based Ghanaian
UK-based Ghanaian Hilda Essel has stated that loneliness and naivety were some reasons she married a man she did not love him truly. According to Hilda, her morals as a Christian taught her to date a man who believed in sex after marriage. That is the only thing she looked out for in a man.
Marriages among Ghanaians who join their partners abroad have a high chance of divorce - UK-based
UK-based Ghanaian media personality, Ibrahim Abu has stated that about 90% of marriages among Ghanaians abroad have a shorter life span, especially those who invite their spouses from Ghana. In a chat on SVTV Africa, Ibrahim indicated that marriages among Ghanaians born abroad have a longer life span than those who marry Ghanaian nationals.
Don’t wait on the President to change the system; you are the system - UK-based Ghanaian reveals
UK-based Ghanaian Abdullah Issah has stated that Ghanaians must not wait on President Nana Akufo-Addo and the government to change the system. Instead, the people must change for the system to work. In an interview on SVTV Africa, Abdullah mentioned that Ghanaians must be responsible for their actions and avoid dumping their duties onto the government.
I will die here; I won’t come back to Ghana again - UK-based Ghanaian artiste
UK-based Ghanaian artiste, Nat Kobina, known professionally as Chupastar, has stated that he will never travel back to his home country, not even for a visit. In an interview on Daily Hustle Worldwide, Chupastar indicated that it has always been a dream to travel abroad and with his goal fulfilled, he has no plans of visiting.
I washed 80 cars for 70 pounds when I got to the UK - Gospel artiste reveals
UK-based Ghanaian gospel artist Edward Amponsah has disclosed that he once worked as a car wash attendant with a wage of 70 pounds after washing 80 cars. Speaking on SVTV Africa with DJ Nyaami, Edward revealed that his salary motivated him to further his education in the UK.
There is juju in the industry, someone tried to kill me during the FIPAG elections Former FIPAG PRO
Former PRO of the Film Producers Association of Ghana (FIPAG), Nana Yaa Serwaa, has disclosed that she fell victim to voodooism and almost lost her life while contending for a position at FIPAG. Many actors, especially from the Kumawood industry have stated that ‘juju’ caused the collapse of the movie industry.
Some Ghanaian ladies use ‘juju’ on men when they visit Ghana - UK-based Ghanaian lady alleges
UK-based Ghanaian Nana Yaa Agyapomaa has alleged that some Ghanaian ladies use voodoo on Ghanaians in the diaspora for favours. In a chat on SVTV Africa with DJ Nyaami, Nana Yaa advised against using ‘juju’ on Ghanaian men who visit the country. She indicated that some ladies perform such voodoo on them for many reasons.
Some migrants in the UK change their surnames to get a job - UK-based Ghanaian
UK-based Ghanaian train manager Aaron has indicated that some migrants change their surnames, especially African names to enable them to get a job. In a chat on SVTV Africa, Aaron disclosed that his friends advised him to change his surname when he started sending out CVs. Aaron added that he was tempted to change his as well.
I cannot date a woman living in Ghana, she will only come for my money - UK-based Ghanaian
UK-based Ghanaian Frank Baffour has stated that he would rather date a Ghanaian woman living abroad because those living in Ghana may only come for his money. Speaking on Daily Hustle Worldwide, Frank mentioned that his lifestyle and understanding of life as a Ghanaian born abroad is entirely different from one living in Ghana.
I married a British because of past experiences with Ghanaian men - Maame Ngege
UK-based Vlogger Naana St Louis aka Maame Ngege has stated that she promised herself she would not date or marry a Ghanaian in the UK. In a chat on SVTV Africa, Maame Ngege mentioned that she wanted a peaceful and stress-free relationship, hence her decision to marry a White man.
Why I shunned my journalism degree to become a nurse - UK-based Ghanaian woman
UK-based Ghanaian Nora Nyamesa-Drewry has revealed that she quit journalism and travelled to the UK after school because the demand for sex from employers became excessive. Speaking on Daily Hustle Worldwide, Nora told host DJ Nyaami that pursuing journalism in Ghana is not an easy task, and often she advises people against going into that field of work.
I am the "Big Mouth" - Stephanie Benson
UK-based Ghanaian international jazz singer, Stephanie Benson, has taken to her social media page to express what makes her different from her sisters. Accounting to her post, the only two things that make her unique among her sisters are, she is a fighter and a big mouth, a proud trait she inherited from her mother.
You will go hungry if you work one job in the UK - UK based Ghanaian says taxes are too much
UK-based Ghanaian - Italian Danny Lampo has stated that menial job holders with one job in the UK may go hungry unless they learn some skills on the side. In a chat on ‘Daily Hustle Worldwide,’ the financial analyst cum musician suggested that Ghanaians who wish to come to the UK must look for better job opportunities if they want a comfortable life.
I gave out my passport as collateral for a hotel room in Tunisia - UK based Ghanaian
UK-based Ghanaian Nelson Obeng has shared a hilarious experience of how he traveled to Tunisia with Gari, a ball of Kenkey, and GHs2 in his pocket. In a chat on Daily Hustle Worldwide, he embarked on the journey to gain some travel experience before moving to the UK to join his family.
Ghanaians will never progress unless they are open-minded - UK Based Ghanaians on investing in Ghana
UK-based Ghanaian Bessem Bikhazi has stated that Ghanaians must change their mentality to attract progress as a country. In a chat on Daily Hustle Worldwide, Bessem disclosed that he lost thousands of pounds after investing in a food delivery app because the restaurant owners needed the service, but for free.
Anita Boakye allegedly divorces CEO of Adinkra Pie nine months after her wedding.
Anita Sefa Boakye allegedly sent drinks to her estranged husband's family in the months following their extravagant, one-in-a-million wedding, signaling the end of their nine-month marriage. According to rumors, UK-based blogger Tutugyagu, who goes by the pseudonym Tutugyagu, leaked the unconfirmed information. The blogger reported that a source close to the couple had told her this juicy information in a whisper, and she made the decision to disclose it right away in line with her usual strategy.
Lapaz driver hoodwinks 3 'borgas' of thousands of cedis.
Lapaz driver tricked Ghanaians by pretending. Nam, 28, is in custody for scamming UK-based Ghanaians. Lapaz driver pleads not guilty to Ghanaian fraud A driver identified as Mark Frimpong Kwakye has been charged with defrauding 3 UK-based Ghanaians out of GH ¢195,045.00. As reported by the Chronicle, "the suspect was discovered by one of the complainants, Grace Acheampong, who in 2018 saw an advertisement for a travel and holiday event on 'Kumasi - the live broadcaster' online', in which the accused person is the presenter.