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|Re: Any Other Nigerian Here In Barbados?! by Bossman(m): 7:28pm On Jul 30, 2008|
We really enjoyed Barbados during our short visits. I have visited quite a few islands in the Eastern/Southern and Western caribbean Islands. I would not mind working for a US based IT consulting company that has short contracts (say 3 - 6 months at a time) there. Have family here, so can't be gone for too long at a time. It's good to know that there are some Nigerians there. I actually met a couple of Nigerians when we vacationed in Antigua (another very beautiful Southern Caribbean Island) early this year.
|Re: Any Other Nigerian Here In Barbados?! by LondonCool(m): 7:16am On Jul 31, 2008|
|Re: Any Other Nigerian Here In Barbados?! by Bblife1: 12:10pm On Apr 24, 2012|
Ok, good pple in Barbados, can u recommend if it is worthy for a geology graduate to come into Barbados? How is job opportunity for him? Tell me, if a woman intend coming to Barbados on intention of working on her own, what can she settle down doing that will boost her financial status up in few time? Suggest and advice house.
|Re: Any Other Nigerian Here In Barbados?! by Rossikk(m): 12:14am On Apr 29, 2012|
Err.. there is only ONE university in the entire West Indies, UWI, so why shouldn't it be good? In Nigeria we have over 120 universities, with a wide variety of disciplines and specialisations that far outnumber what is offered at the University of the West Indies. So it is absurd even trying to compare Nigeria and Barbados in terms of education. Nigeria has a lot more to offer, even if none of her universities (supposedly) on its own matches UWI in overall standards.
|Re: Any Other Nigerian Here In Barbados?! by Bblife1: 1:25pm On Apr 30, 2012|
Hmm! So no one in Barbados that could answer my question?
|Re: Any Other Nigerian Here In Barbados?! by phatrat: 3:31pm On Jun 04, 2012|
Hi Sammy please get in touch with me alright i want to visit barbados to see a friend how do i go about it. im in abuja and how do i get flight thanks
|Re: Any Other Nigerian Here In Barbados?! by nimma(f): 1:21pm On Apr 18, 2013|
Since it is visa free for Nigerians visiting for a month or less, can i get the visa there if i decide i want to stay longer?
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