Are Ghanaians abroad successful or not? Here’s the answer

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A film focusing on Ghanaian migration will be screened in London on 27th January 2016.

The screening of ‘Ghanaian Migration’ is part of the Africa Probe, a series which focuses on Ghanaian migration and the Ghanaians living in Great Britain, United States of America and Germany.

The event will highlight the experiences of Ghanaians abroad and assesses whether they’ve been successful or not.

Africa Probe will also examine whether these Ghanaians abroad are planning to return home and the obstacles they may face in the process.

The event will be hosted by Kilombo UK, an outpost of The Kilombo Centre for Citizen Rights and Conflict Resolution, which is an education and research project to advance the cause of African Self-Determination, Pan-Africanism and Social Justice.

‘Ghanaian Migration’ will be screened on 27th January 2016 from 18:00 to 21:00 at Electra House, London Met – 84 Moorgate London EC2M 6SQ GB.

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