- Deijha Gordon, a US lady who visited Ghana in 2019 as part of the Year of Return commemoration has relocated to the country
- The 28-year-old lady indicates that she had negative perceptions about Africa and was actually scared to come but her notion changed immediately she landed at the airport
- Gordon has now snubbed the US fully and started a food truck business in Ghana called Deijha Vu’s Hut at Base Camp Initiatives located in East Legon
Deijha Gordon, a 28-year-old lady who came to Ghana in 2019 to mark the Year of Return has fully relocated to Ghana and started a food truck business called Deijha Vu’s Hut at Base Camp Initiatives located in East Legon.
Blackenterprise.com reports that the young woman grew up in the United States with negative notions regarding Africa and was uncertain how her experience in Ghana was going to be like when she planned to visit Ghana.
However, according to Gordon, her entire perception changed when she arrived at the airport as she immediately fell in love with the country.
Following her experience in Ghana, Gordon decided it would rather be better to leave the States and fully relocate to Ghana as she felt very comfortable in the West African country.
In fact, in Gordon Deijha's own words, moving into Ghana was the best decision she has made in her entire life so far.
Reports indicate that Gordon's food truck sells a variety of tasty items ranging from rasta pasta, rice & peas, and her specialty - spicy chicken paired with a doughnut.
In other news, a 10-year-old genius Ghanaian boy by name Michael Blair Tasiamo has been admitted at the Fafraha Community Senior High School, a report which is causing a great stir online.
Michael's story was shared in a post sighted by Briefly.co.za on the official Facebook handle of the National Science & Maths Quiz.
The report portrays how shocked the renowned group was about the exploits of the young chap, describing the report as interesting, and asserting it confirms the adage "age is just a number."
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