My Stowaway Journey To Europe And How I Was Arrested In Holland – Actor Too Much Cries

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Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku
Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku
Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku is a Ghanaian Broadcast Journalist/Writer who has an interest in General News, Sports, Entertainment, Health, Lifestyle and many more.

Comic actor and musician, Ibrahim Iddris, well known as Too Much, has disclosed how his dream to live outside the shores of Ghana was halted.

He narrated his unsuccessful stowaway journey in an interview with Zion Felix on the ‘Uncut Show’.

The Junka town actor said he travelled from Takoradi in the Western Region of Ghana to Ivory Coast intending to make it to Europe.

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According to him, their decision to travel to Europe was conceived after they saw some of their friends have returned from Italy and Germany.

Personally, Too Much revealed he was in difficulty after he impregnated a lady in his area so he needed a way to change his life.

Too Much said they spent about three to four weeks in Ivory Coast to plan their journey to Europe.

After a successful plan about their journey, the comic actor stated they secretly boarded a German-ship which was transporting cocoa to Europe.

He said about sixteen (16) clandestine travellers were in the ship.

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Sadly, luck eluded them on the 14th day of their journey after one of them was stealing the items of the crew members which drew their attention about stowaways boarding the ship.

Too Much indicated that they were separated and put in different rooms following their arrest close to Holland.

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Being too desperate to live in Europe, the Ghanaian actor recounted how they lied about their country of origin, stating that they were refugees from Liberia.

Unfortunately for them, they were deported to Ghana after court trials in Holland, Belgium, United Kingdom, Germany and France.

Watch how Too Much narrated his ordeal in an interview with Zion Felix below.

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