“Nigerians Visit Ghana for vacations because the country has good electricity, roads, security, and universities” – Paul Okoye

Paul Okoye of the famous PSquare, a Nigerian musician, has emphasized that Ghana is far better than Nigeria in terms of development because most Nigerians come to Ghana to spend their vacations because of the country’s good infrastructure and system. “Nigerians Visit Ghana for vacations because the country has good electricity, roads, security, and universities”, Paul Okoye says.

His comments came after Ghana’s Black Stars qualified for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar by defeating Nigeria’s Super Eagles in Abuja yesterday.

Paul Okoye is pleased that Ghana was able to defeat Nigerians because Ghana has stronger policies and development programs. He claimed that the good policies put in place make it appealing for Nigerians to visit Ghana on vacations, school and other businesses.

He claimed that because of the good measures put in place to protect both citizens and foreigners, most Nigerians have started flocking to Ghana for vacations. He claimed that Ghana has good energy, good roads, a good security system, and good tertiary institutions, with Nigerians accounting for around 40% of the population.

He also blasted the Nigerian government for inflicting anguish and agony on Nigerians by inflating the economy to suffocate them.

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