Photos: Ghanaian Business magnate; True Son of Bono manages electricity power in Guine-Bissau

Mostly people in Africa especially the youth leave their mother land to either America, Europe or Asian Countries in search of greener-pasture.
It is believed one can earn good income by working or hustling in such countries compared to African countries.
Some reasons for these migrants

1. Low minimum wage/poor working condition

The high legal minimum wage offered abroad is driving African migrants crazy. Everyone is eager to have a taste of the pie – a handsome reward for their labor. An unskilled worker or those doing menial jobs believe they can earn more in a month working abroad than their counterparts and even those well-trained in their countries.

2. Family pressure

It is surprising, but parents do pressure their children to travel abroad. For some, the reason is that they can’t continue with the responsibility of taking care of the child. Others are looking to enjoy the dividends of having someone abroad. Maybe their close friend or neighbor’s child has gone, and they can see the good stuff in terms remittances he or she sends to the parents. Most parents get jealous and pressure their children to take the trip. They can even go as far as to threaten them never to return empty-handed.

3. Low job opportunities

There are opportunities in Africa, but not enough for the graduates they churn out every year. Thousands of students graduate from school with the hope of landing a good job but are faced with high competition from the little opportunity available. Industries that can create thousands of jobs have been closed down due to corruption and neglect on the path of the government. The lack of opportunities is one of the main reasons African migrants are leaving the continent. They believe there are opportunities abroad and that even menial jobs pay more than the white collar jobs in their countries.

One of the true sons of Ghana making history in Africa in terms of business is Mr. Prince Lamptey Tetteh a young man who is in his late thirties and from the Bono Region of Ghana, West Africa.
Young business magnate Prince L. Tetteh might still be a long way from reaching his peak, but he has already made each and every Ghanaian and African very proud with his business mindset.

Mr. Prince has proven beyond reasonable doubt that doing business in Africa is the best option one can have and really do great and earn good income.

 

According to him, through perseverance, hard work, honesty and God fearing one can make it in life no matter where he or she finds his or herself.
He started life in Guinea Bissau with a small beauty salon but had ended up owing a lot of companies across the Africa Continent.
Prince L. Tetteh now the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Of PRIBET Group of Companies which is into security services, Constructions, I.T. Services and a partnership with Karpowership in generation of electricity power for the whole of Guinea Bissau.

 

He is really raising the flag of Ghana high in that part of Africa and creating a lot of job for the youth in Guinea Bissau. Together we can make Africa a better place for ourselves.
Prince L. Tetteh displays true competence and enthusiasm working in African Countries and that is a feat that makes everyone proud to be Ghanaian.

For a man whose name is held in so high in esteem even outside West Africa, you cannot do much but just admire his efforts and path of excellence.

 

Mr. Prince L. Tetteh. The CEO of PRIBET GROUP OF COMPANIES; a multi-disciplinary Construction and General Merchant Business firm with expertise in Building/Civil Engineering,security services, Multi media, Energy production, Agricultural, Travel and Tours,importation of Fuel, Technology and Solutions; You can locate our branches in Portugal -(Europe branch), Guiné-Bissau and Ghana(Africa branches) and a local partner for Karpower Guinea-Bissau

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