“I left for UK to become a soldier because Ghanaian leaders don’t help the youth” – Ghanaian Man in UK Army Reveals

A Ghanaian man, known as Achieve Doctor, shared his experience of joining the British Army after being unable to serve in his homeland’s military due to height restrictions.

In a viral video, he discussed the current state of Ghana and the obstacles faced by its youth. Achieve Doctor expressed his desire to serve his country but ended up stationed in the UK as a soldier.

He criticized the widespread corruption and dishonesty among Ghana’s leaders, including pastors, chiefs, and politicians.

He highlighted the lack of opportunities, and support systems, and the negative impact of corruption on the youth.

Achieve Doctor noted that many Ghanaians seek opportunities abroad instead of contributing to Ghana’s development.

Despite recognizing the challenges of military service, he believed it was a better option compared to the conditions in Ghana.

He stressed the importance of investing in youth through education, job creation, and mentorship programs.

Achieve Doctor remained hopeful that with dedication and perseverance, Ghana can overcome its challenges and achieve its full potential.

Watch the video below:

About Effah John

John Effah is an accomplishеd writеr and information tеchnology profеssional who is passionatе about crеating compеlling contеnt. Hе has a dеgrее in Information Tеchnology from Kwamе Nkrumah Univеrsity of Sciеncе and Tеchnology (KNUST) and has dеvеlopеd his skills in both tеchnology and writing.