Delay is not denial – Mixed reactions as man jubilates after relocating to Pakistan

A Ghanaian man has taken to microblogging platform, Twitter (X) to celebrate after moving to Pakistan to start life afresh.

The young man known as Jazzboy, had initially made a wish to leave Ghana on the 1st of October, but it wasn’t until December that he finally got to travel out.

“This user will leave Ghana before October 1st 🙏🏾” he tweeted in September.

Man move to Pakistan

He shared photos of his flight and the moment he landed Islamabad airport, while noting that though his exit from Ghana was delayed, he was not denied.

Jazzyby captioned; “Delay is not Denial!!”

Social media users shared divergent views while reacting to his decision to leave the West African nation for the Asian country.

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One @stepphhyy_ wrote; the God wey do for you make he avoid me😭🤣

@jazzboyxr replied; Nice place tho with amazing job opportunities,you’ll join me soon

Another @khobbytrapp said; this kind blessing adey try avoid😂👍

@softwre007; Best country to get bunch of accessories and gadgets to run business everywhere in the world

@NtimBarima; Your time go come make you no worry 😂

@FRichbard; Paki ? Let’s be serious please 😂. Same level as Ghana 😂

Meanwhile, in another news…

A Nigerian man, Chukwunonso Bryan Ayogu has revealed that he’s flown his siblings out of the country to join him in the United Kingdom.

Ayogu said that he pledged to relocate one of his siblings per year after his graduation so that they could also start their Masters programme and he has been doing that since 2021.

Sharing photos of himself with his brothers at the airport, the young man welcomed his younger brother who joined them in October 2023.

He wrote; When I left Nigeria in January 2021, I made myself a promise that I would serve as a link for my family to leave Nigeria because what happened during the EndSARS protests had made me lose all hope in Nigeria. I set a target to bring one person a year after my graduation.

Ladiies and gentlemen, I am proud to say that I not only achieved this target, but I have also brought over two people from my family to do their master’s degrees in the UK as well. The latest being my younger brother who came here in October. Welcome to the UK, bro.

As them de plan to teach us and Peter Obi a lesson, we go de teach our family members how to fish so them no go sit down for house de find govt palliative.