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7 Reasons Why Many People in the African Diaspora Are Repatriating to Ghana

Africa, African Diaspora, blogging ghana, brazil house, Editor's Picks, Imahkus Okofu, List, moving to ghana, reasons blacks move to ghana, repatriating to ghana, silicon valley, the motherland -

7 Reasons Why Many People in the African Diaspora Are Repatriating to Ghana

Minister-of-Environment-Science-and-Technology-Ms-Shirley-Ayittey-on-behalf-of-Government-presented-785-Laptop-to-15-senior-high-schools-from-Upper-West-and-Eastern-Region.Land of New Opportunity

Unlike Silicon Valley, businesses in Ghana are very interested in adding Blacks who live in America with interest and talent in technology. Companies like Blogging Ghana have built a strong social media global platform, making it a viable employment landing place. These firms are interested in changing an ever-emerging industry, meaning the opportunity is there to be a part of something bold and aggressive. Also, English is the official language in Ghana, so there are prime opportunities for teachers.


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