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|Re: Before Leaving Nigeria: Things You Must Know by solomonjesus: 11:22pm On Jun 26, 2012|
|Re: Before Leaving Nigeria: Things You Must Know by cube63: 12:42am On Jul 05, 2012|
pato405: that cube63 or whatever he calls himself is just sooo D-A-F-T!! his brain mass is less than a dice cube indeed.
I and your dad have a lot in common
|Re: Before Leaving Nigeria: Things You Must Know by cube63: 12:46am On Jul 05, 2012|
efe22: You just sit here in naija or wherever you are now to talk poo of other countries. Since you were born, what have you contributed to Nigeria or where u reside now. I guess you mean making fast money through drug and other fraudulent ways in the UK. Talk is cheap
My dear friend, I don't do drugs, I'm not in the U.K Never will! What have i contribute to Nigeria? What have you contributed my friend? Shut it! In the next 50 years where will you be? Where will Nigeria be? Mtchew! Hopeless is hopeless there is no other word for it oh jare!
I go pooh all my pikin abroad, maybe they will help do the contribution.
|Re: Before Leaving Nigeria: Things You Must Know by cube63: 12:48am On Jul 05, 2012|
My brother your head there oh jare! I don return the car sef go carry Brand New Kia Rio 2012 Tear Rubber! That car nearly put me for wahala. Your head dey there jare... Southy guys sef dey beef oh i think say na Only Naija!
I'm proud to be a Nigerian anytime! Dem girls here dig and one question i leave on their mouth is "Are you sure you're a Nigerian?" Makes my head bigging! Lol
Let's make a difference anywhere we find ourselves and give naija a better name! Peace!
|Re: Before Leaving Nigeria: Things You Must Know by ololo12: 4:17am On Jul 07, 2012|
God bless you for such an Informative post.. More grease to your elbow, you too much!!
|Re: Before Leaving Nigeria: Things You Must Know by @jowizee(m): 2:32pm On Oct 19, 2012|
Ignatio:na wa o,must dey tell u say man body no be fire wood
|Re: Before Leaving Nigeria: Things You Must Know by Ezechinwa: 11:40am On Oct 29, 2012|
Yeske!:. My brother be honest, I am a nigerian but I'm not going to support my country when we are wrong!! If I may ask what rocks in 9ja? Boko haram? No light? No water? Mtn zap ur credit? Studying computer science but can't boost of a writing a program? Kidnapping? No job? Armed robbery? Ritualist? Exams like waec, jamb even degree exam you get to see the question a week b4 exam? Adults Fighting daily? Face me i face you? Daily generator usage? Should I rock your world more....? CALL A SPADE A SPADE!!! Even though abroad is hard one thing is sure with good grades and Good you get qualified on merits rather than man know man!
|Re: Before Leaving Nigeria: Things You Must Know by code.africa: 11:27am On Nov 16, 2012|
before leaving nigeria you must know that other countries operate under some law and order. do not for a second think that because nigerians thrive in lawlessness, other people do. get to know the laws of your host country and adapt.
|Re: Before Leaving Nigeria: Things You Must Know by esere826: 5:02pm On Nov 16, 2012|
ololo12: @ Esere.
You're welcome dude.
Hope you're finding it extremely useful
|Re: Before Leaving Nigeria: Things You Must Know by jaywontojuwonlo(m): 8:39am On Dec 27, 2012|
Its only God that can help you in a foriegn land above all preparation seek for Gods guidance before embarking on the journey.Good luck dudes.
|Re: Before Leaving Nigeria: Things You Must Know by raphrinco: 4:25pm On Dec 29, 2012|
GOD BLESS YOU ,YOU VE SAID IT ALL.
jaywontojuwonlo: Its only God that can help you in a foriegn land above all preparation seek for Gods guidance before embarking on the journey.Good luck dudes.
|Re: Before Leaving Nigeria: Things You Must Know by staffingx: 5:07pm On Dec 31, 2012|
pDude: Nice thread. I am happy someone finally wrote this.
Why must you associate naija with a hell hole? What you call a hellhole is where others are thriving, making their fortune and moving up the social pecking order.
|Re: Before Leaving Nigeria: Things You Must Know by peteafrik88(m): 6:43pm On Dec 31, 2012|
esere826: 9) CHOOSE YOUR UNIVERSITY CAREFULLY: These rules are not straight jacket rules. Think not of the rules, but of its effects. The university you attend in the UK could make a huge difference in your life. Remember that I said earlier that UK is an elitist country. Attend one of the 10 best universities in the UK, and you do not need to change your communication one bit (oyibos might even happily struggle to want to hear you or to speak like you). You might even graduate with a 3rd class, and Recruiters from all over the world will headhunt you while you are still studying. But offcourse we know that this might be competitive and extremely costly to get into such universities. This is were you begin to twig your strategy. As the Universities drop in rating, work hard to make a 2.1 or first class. For example, if you make a first class in a very cheap university, you'll still go as far as someone that made a 2:2 from Oxford all depending on how you play your card
Pls, give an example. It will be appreciated by those that still have travelling to UK in mind.
|Re: Before Leaving Nigeria: Things You Must Know by esere826: 2:35am On Jan 01|
Cant remember the relationships, but please do some research yourself. Google and the internet are your friend .
For example, searching for the key words "UK, university, career, Microsoft" brought out this http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/services/scs/ which is in Warwick university.
-You could also do a research by going to the career section of the top 20 UK universities and searching for their relationships with the big employers
-You could go to the FTSE or Fortune 100 companies UK career websites and search for their association with specific universities (I faintly recall that Accenture UK recruits MBA's from LBS)
-The research should take you roughly 1 month to conclude
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