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Re: Ask Me Anything About Malaysia And I'll Give You A First Hand Information by onyiwest: 1:53am On Sep 16, 2014
Mr Allen, how do you survive with wife and one kid, if there's no work in Malaysia. Does that mean you're also into yahoo yahoo/illegal business?. because according to you, there's no work for Nigerians there. so how do you survive?. just asking!

NOTE; 90% of Nigerians living in Malaysia are into Illegal business. they can't survive without doing something Illegal to make money. even the Nigerian Embassy officials are corrupt people.

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Re: Ask Me Anything About Malaysia And I'll Give You A First Hand Information by ghettodreamz(m): 4:22pm On Sep 16, 2014
/\ /\ Have you any idea of hundreds of thousands foreigners living in their country? Without those how do you think their economy would flourish? Good question, by the way grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin grin
Re: Ask Me Anything About Malaysia And I'll Give You A First Hand Information by Truth234(m): 6:37pm On Sep 16, 2014
onyiwest: Mr Allen, how do you survive with wife and one kid, if there's no work in Malaysia. Does that mean you're also into yahoo yahoo/illegal business?. because according to you, there's no work for Nigerians there. so how do you survive?. just asking!
NOTE; 90% of Nigerians living in Malaysia are into Illegal business. they can't survive without doing something Illegal to make money. even the Nigerian Embassy officials are corrupt people.

You are very wrong but I can't blame you because Mr Allen keep saying there is no job in Malaysia. What about Nigerian expatriates working here? What about all the professors, doctors etc? In as much as I agree that there are few numbers of unscrupulous Nigerians doing illegal business in Malaysia there are also thousands of Nigerians schooling (DP, Degree, Msc, PhD) and working here. They outnumber the yahoo yahoos but the yahoo yahoos are more popular because of their numerous atrocities.

There are lecturing, customer service, IT related etc jobs in Malaysia. If Nigerians are working at Petronas, like our NNPC, then what are we saying. There are elderly Nigerians here, our pastor, redeem pastor is a lecturer. I know other Nigerians working at Baker Huges, IBM, Dhl, SC etc.

Just like every other countries job is not readily available to foreigners but once you have good result and prove it during interview, Oga, you go get job. Even customer service job is readily available to Nigerians because of our English but even at that how many Nigerians here have Bsc (degree) because that is the basic requirement for customer service job.

Apart from that there are a lot of Nigerians here buying and sending goods home everyday. Go and see them at the airport and I have met a lot of them at Chinese embassy, they travel to China to buy all kinds of goods and sell. And who owns all the African restaurants and clubs is it not Nigerians? It is not easy but not impossible.

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Re: Ask Me Anything About Malaysia And I'll Give You A First Hand Information by onyiwest: 2:57am On Sep 17, 2014
Truth234:
You are very wrong but I can't blame you because Mr Allen kept saying there is no job in Malaysia. What about Nigerian expatriates working here? What about all the professors, doctors etc? In as much as I agree that there are few numbers of unscrupulous Nigerians doing illegal business in Malaysia there are also thousands of Nigerians schooling (DP, Degree, Msc, PhD) and working here. They outnumber the yahoo yahoos but the yahoo yahoos are more popular because of their numerous atrocities.
There are lecturing, customer service, IT related etc jobs in Malaysia. If Nigerians are working at Petronas, like our NNPC, then what are we saying. There are elderly Nigerians here, our pastor, redeem pastor is a lecturer. I know other Nigerians working at Baker Huges, IBM, Dhl, SC etc.
Just like every other countries job is not readily available to foreigners but once you have good result and prove it during interview, Oga, you go get job. Even customer service job is readily available to Nigerians because of our English but even at that how many Nigerians here have Bsc (degree) because that is the basic requirement for customer service job.
Apart from that there are a lot of Nigerians here buying and sending goods home everyday. Go and see them at the airport and I have met a lot of them at Chinese embassy, they travel to China to buy all kinds of goods and sell. And who owns all the African restaurants and clubs is it not Nigerians? It is not easy but not impossible.
allen0000:


^^^^^^There is no job here for Africans that much especially Nigerians unless you are applying from Nigeria and must be a guru in ur profession. There is no minimal job here for Africans even road cleaning job, coming to Malaysia with 1 million won't take you anywhere as school fees alone for is 750k per year or let's take college which charges 500k upwards, please ask your friend where he or she's working and please don't come here on a visitors visa as you will leave here after 2wks, which If you are a visitor is ok but to stay u need a student visa which that your 1 million won't take you anywhere, school processing an school fees will cost you more and with flight ticket you will need more. So ask your friend what he is doing here and please don't come here if you are not well to do unless you want to do yahoo yahoo

i don't know where you get your stats from. tell us which of Malaysian universities has a Nigerian professors/Lecturers, i haven't seen or heard of any. I'm talking about University not Pusat(college). Most African restaurants run by a Nigerian man is usually the destination for illegal business, that's why Malaysian police raid them constantly.

Do i hear you talk about Nigerians working at petronas ? this is not true, in fact they normally employ people from Nepal/Bangladesh etc. it's very rare to see a Nigerian pastor in Malaysia that has a work. most of them normally wait for the so called people that are into illegal businesses to pay tithe and offering, in fact they usually pray for them openly.

the ones with legal business are very few, and most of them are into spare parts. However the people into illegal business outnumbered the ones with legal business. 1 in 40. that's the fact!
Re: Ask Me Anything About Malaysia And I'll Give You A First Hand Information by Nobody: 4:20am On Sep 17, 2014
Onyiwest, dont argue what you don't know and mind you am working here, my wife is studying in a University, moreover am using i-pass, There are Nigerians working in Takaful, Standard Chartered, Guinness, HSBC, RBS, DELL, ASTRO, BOA, PETRONAS, Shell, BNP, Celcom, Traders, even much Nigerians are heading departments here, so don't argue. If you want to see Nigerian Lecturers go to University of Malaya, UPM, Islamic University, Nottingham. I don't know about Nigerian Pastors

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Re: Ask Me Anything About Malaysia And I'll Give You A First Hand Information by Truth234(m): 4:32am On Sep 17, 2014
onyiwest:

i don't know where you get your stats from. tell us which of Malaysian universities has a Nigerian professors/Lecturers, i haven't seen or heard of any. I'm talking about University not Pusat(college). Most African restaurants run by a Nigerian man is usually the destination for illegal business, that's why Malaysian police raid them constantly.

Do i hear you talk about Nigerians working at petronas ? this is not true, in fact they normally employ people from Nepal/Bangladesh etc. it's very rare to see a Nigerian pastor in Malaysia that has a work. most of them normally wait for the so called people that are into illegal businesses to pay tithe and offering, in fact they usually pray for them openly.

the ones with legal business are very few, and most of them are into spare parts. However the people into illegal business outnumbered the ones with legal business. 1 in 40. that's the fact!

I have come across a lot of your type, you've lived here in Malaysia but you did not associate with the right people. Therefore, all you know is the negative things you were exposed to. Below are linkedin profiles of some Nigerian senior lecturers here in Malaysia that I have personal relationship with. They are both lecturing at Universiti Teknologi Malaysia.

https://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=49413249&authType=name&authToken=pbSo&trk=prof-sb-browse_map-name

https://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=224224888&authType=name&authToken=8r46&trk=prof-sb-browse_map-name

I know someone that is currently working at Petronas, Finance department and he has four other Nigerians working there. Nigerian working at Petronas https://www.linkedin.com/profile/view?id=45104017

In fact what am I even saying self, there is a Nigerian doctor with an astonishing skills in treating cancer. He was interviewed on numerous occasions and now has his one cancer treatment center below is one of his interviews on youtube.


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=864SpfrHsKM

Guy there are questionable pastors has you've said but am sure you know Redeem Church won't condescend.

I have other people working in IT and so on. Even me I am working in my school and still doing my MBA. Basically its all about qualification!

Nepal/Bangladesh are mainly security men.

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Re: Ask Me Anything About Malaysia And I'll Give You A First Hand Information by babyspice: 9:41am On Sep 17, 2014
Maybe you need to change your group of friends!!! There are loads of Nigerians in respectable and LEGAL occupations in malaysia!
onyiwest:

i don't know where you get your stats from. tell us which of Malaysian universities has a Nigerian professors/Lecturers, i haven't seen or heard of any. I'm talking about University not Pusat(college). Most African restaurants run by a Nigerian man is usually the destination for illegal business, that's why Malaysian police raid them constantly.

Do i hear you talk about Nigerians working at petronas ? this is not true, in fact they normally employ people from Nepal/Bangladesh etc. it's very rare to see a Nigerian pastor in Malaysia that has a work. most of them normally wait for the so called people that are into illegal businesses to pay tithe and offering, in fact they usually pray for them openly.

the ones with legal business are very few, and most of them are into spare parts. However the people into illegal business outnumbered the ones with legal business. 1 in 40. that's the fact!

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Re: Ask Me Anything About Malaysia And I'll Give You A First Hand Information by onyiwest: 4:15pm On Sep 17, 2014
I don't need to live in Malaysia before knowing what's happening there. I'm talking about thousands of Nigerians that are into illegal business and you're here talking about 20 to 50 people working legitimately. they are few, you don't need to argue if you don't have your fact.

if you're working in your school, you're probably working there as an agent, whereby they will pay you a token depending on how many students you're able to get for the school. this is just the reality of Nigerians working in college/university. i'm sorry i can't find any Nigerian working at Universiti Teknologi Malaysia. you will hardly see a Nigerian lecturer in Malay universiti.

get the fact straight, there's no work in Malaysia. don't let anyone fool you. if you like apply from Nigeria it won't change the fact that there's no work there. the ones that finished from their univerisiti can't find a job not to talk of you applying from Nigeria.
Re: Ask Me Anything About Malaysia And I'll Give You A First Hand Information by Truth234(m): 4:55pm On Sep 17, 2014
onyiwest: I don't need to live in Malaysia before knowing what's happening there. I'm talking about thousands of Nigerians that are into illegal business and you're here talking about 20 to 50 people working legitimately. they are few, you don't need to argue if you don't have your fact.

if you're working in your school, you're probably working there as an agent, whereby they will pay you a token depending on how many students you're able to get for the school. this is just the reality of Nigerians working in college/university. i'm sorry i can't find any Nigerian working at Universiti Teknologi Malaysia. you will hardly see a Nigerian lecturer in Malay universiti.

get the fact straight, there's no work in Malaysia. don't let anyone fool you. if you like apply from Nigeria it won't change the fact that there's no work there. the ones that finished from their univerisiti can't find a job not to talk of you applying from Nigeria.



Guy I swear I don't understand you, I gave your links, facts and you were saying something irrelevant, I work as administrative. Not as an agent or whatever you call it. There are Nigerians working here, just stop. Check the linkedin links I posted and confirm from them yourself. At first you said no Nigerian is working here and now you finally admitted some are working, guy you are inconsistent, have you thought of the possibility of you not actually knowing that reasonable number of Nigerians are working here legally, maybe you are yet to meet them due to circumstances? Can you try to be more open minded and stop confining yourself to your own understanding?

Lol..who is applying from Nigeria? what are you saying? I did my degree from a UK university and doing my MBA at London School Of Commerce (Empire Building). I am sure people like you are the ones that thinks Nigerians cant get visa from Malaysia to other countries. I met them at the Nigerian Embassy last year, God, they reason just like you. Most of the Nigerians you know here are illegals, they came here with 3 month social pass. They cant get job because they don't have papers, and therefore, engaged in all kinds of things.

All those English language, 6 months visas can not get you a job. You have to have a degree and be able to defend it.

Another thing is this, I find it hard to believe you got all these information in Nigeria. Based on details provided, you've been to Malaysia and you probably find yourself on the other side because that is what your experience is about. If your are not opening up then something is wrong. You open your moniker few days ago, only to comment on this thread, am sure you have old account because you navigate well.

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Re: Ask Me Anything About Malaysia And I'll Give You A First Hand Information by easyflow: 11:45am On Sep 21, 2014
Guys i just secured an admission into universiti sains Malaysia for my phd. The school is situated in penang, i would like to know the cost of living in penang.
Re: Ask Me Anything About Malaysia And I'll Give You A First Hand Information by Nobody: 1:26pm On Sep 21, 2014
easyflow: Guys i just secured an admission into universiti sains Malaysia for my phd. The school is situated in penang, i would like to know the cost of living in penang.

Penang is much of a tourist state and not that expensive like Kuala Lumpur.
Re: Ask Me Anything About Malaysia And I'll Give You A First Hand Information by onyiwest: 2:56am On Sep 23, 2014
Truth234:

Guy I swear I don't understand you, I gave your links, facts and you were saying something irrelevant, I work as administrative. Not as an agent or whatever you call it. There are Nigerians working here, just stop. Check the linkedin links I posted and confirm from them yourself. At first you said no Nigerians is working here and now you finally admitted some are working, guy you are inconsistent, have you thought of the possibility of you not actually knowing that reasonable number of Nigerians are working here legally, maybe you are yet to meet them due to circumstances? Can you try to be more open minded and stop confining yourself to your own understanding?

Lol..who is applying from Nigeria? what are you saying? I did my degree from a UK university and doing my MBA at London School Of Commerce (Empire Building). I am sure people like you are the ones that thinks Nigerians cant get visa from Malaysia to other countries. I met them at the Nigerian Embassy last year, God, they reason just like you. Most of the Nigerians you know here are illegals, they came here with 3 month social pass. They cant get job because they don't have papers, and therefore, engaged in all kinds of things.

All those English language, 6 months visas can not get you a job. You have to have a degree and be able to defend it.

Another thing is this, I find it hard to believe you got all these information in Nigeria. Based on details provided, you've been to Malaysia and you probably find yourself on the other side because that is what your experience is about. If your are not opening up then something is wrong. You open your moniker few days ago, only to comment on this thread, am sure you have old account because you navigate well.




Man, you failed to understand the fact that i don't have to live there before knowing what's happening there. again you failed to read my previous post very well, i said 90% of Nigerians there are into illegal businesses, i didn't say all! yeah i know there are few, not as many as you would like us to believe. the linkedin you posted didn't really show if they're working full time. and by their profiles it shows they have been living there for more than 13 years or so.

well most of the people i know went there for studies and left immediately after their studies. they couldn't stay back because of no employment(which Mr Allen also acknowledged) and of course because they don't want to do anything illegal. i have nothing to say concerning the 3 months visas because that's what they would issued you when leaving Nigeria either student or visiting, ofcourse if you happen to be a student they will come to pick you and process your 6/12 months visa within 14-21 days.

if you're saying Nigerians working legally there outnumbered the ones into illegal business, then i doubt if you have lived there for more than a year or even have a work as you claimed.

ciao
Re: Ask Me Anything About Malaysia And I'll Give You A First Hand Information by Truth234(m): 7:11am On Sep 24, 2014
onyiwest:
i don't know where you get your stats from. tell us which of Malaysian universities has a Nigerian professors/Lecturers, i haven't seen or heard of any. I'm talking about University not Pusat(college). [/b]Most African restaurants run by a Nigerian man is usually the destination for illegal business, that's why Malaysian police raid them constantly.!
Truth234: [b]In as much as I agree that there are few numbers of unscrupulous Nigerians doing illegal business in Malaysia there are also thousands of Nigerians schooling (DP, Degree, Msc, PhD) and working here. They outnumber the yahoo yahoos but the yahoo yahoos are more popular because of their numerous atrocities.

I try to reply you yesterday but antispambot ban me but take this from someone that has been here for almost six years and have been to other countries from Malaysia, USA inclusive. It is clearly started on their profiles that they are senior lecturers and I posted that after you claimed there is no single Nigerian working in Malaysian Universities.

The social visa is different from student visa, previously the social visa can be converted to student visa but not any more. And if you know anyone that they gave 6 month visa on arrival, he is not a proper student. Proper students don't get 6 month visa but a year.

By the bolded, I am talking about the total number of Nigerians here, ranging from over 1000 scholarship students from River state studying in Nottingham University to over 2000 Bayelsa Scholarship Students in Legenda University College. There are also scholarship students in UCSI, INTI basically most proper schools, if you add all these numbers together with the working class you will see that they are more than the illegal.

Nigerians working here are not more than Nigerian students as explained previously but the fact is reasonable number of Nigerians are schooling and working here as opposed what you claimed. For the last time please stop saying you get all these information from people that have been here. You've been to Malaysia, simple.

Anyway this is my last post on this topic. Lets give people chance to ask allen0000 question.

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Re: Ask Me Anything About Malaysia And I'll Give You A First Hand Information by youngbilly1: 4:59pm On Nov 18, 2014
hi, i will be going to Malaysia on Saturday for a visit, what are the necessary informations i need to before i got on the flight
passport, hotel reservation, bta, yellow card and what else? thanks
Re: Ask Me Anything About Malaysia And I'll Give You A First Hand Information by JayJustus(m): 6:24am On Nov 20, 2014
onyiwest:


i don't know where you get your stats from. tell us which of Malaysian universities has a Nigerian professors/Lecturers, i haven't seen or heard of any. I'm talking about University not Pusat(college). Most African restaurants run by a Nigerian man is usually the destination for illegal business, that's why Malaysian police raid them constantly.

Do i hear you talk about Nigerians working at petronas ? this is not true, in fact they normally employ people from Nepal/Bangladesh etc. it's very rare to see a Nigerian pastor in Malaysia that has a work. most of them normally wait for the so called people that are into illegal businesses to pay tithe and offering, in fact they usually pray for them openly.

the ones with legal business are very few, and most of them are into spare parts. However the people into illegal business outnumbered the ones with legal business. 1 in 40. that's the fact!


lol...sorry I study in Msia and I know two nigerian lecturers...one in University Malaya and another in UCSI cheras...don't come yanning balls brother...I'm glad now many bad Nigerians are being deported... or kept at PUDU...
God bless Nigeria!!

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Re: Ask Me Anything About Malaysia And I'll Give You A First Hand Information by Kachi1234(m): 6:25pm On Apr 08, 2015
Hi, I applied for admission at ucsi university and have been given... My tuition fees have been paid and my VAL has been sent to me. My appointment with the Malaysian embassy for my visa interview is fixed for 23rd of this month. Please I need all necessary info concerning the likely questions I can be asked ie what I need to know? , how long will it take for my visa to be out?, what is life like in Kuala Lumpur?,. Also will I be allowed to travel with Nigerian foodstuff?... Thanks for your anticipated quick response...
Re: Ask Me Anything About Malaysia And I'll Give You A First Hand Information by hamid641(m): 6:34am On Jul 30, 2015
pls what if I want to study Islamic studies what university should I apply for in Malaysia n pls tel me he much it wil cost
Re: Ask Me Anything About Malaysia And I'll Give You A First Hand Information by hamid641(m): 6:37am On Jul 30, 2015
lke how much it will cost me to spend
Re: Ask Me Anything About Malaysia And I'll Give You A First Hand Information by Truth234(m): 10:41am On Aug 01, 2015
hamid641:
lke how much it will cost me to spend

Universiti Teknologi Malaysia, Universiti Putra Malaysia etc

Those are government universities, just check online. Cheap too
Re: Ask Me Anything About Malaysia And I'll Give You A First Hand Information by omo1(f): 3:00pm On Sep 01, 2015
URGENT!!!

Please I want to travel to Malaysia towards the end of this month

How do I go about getting the "social visa"

I have no intention of going to school in Malaysia, I just want to visit and come back home to 9ja

Please what are the requirements I need and how do I go about it?


Thanks..
Re: Ask Me Anything About Malaysia And I'll Give You A First Hand Information by mattfeuter(m): 6:59am On Sep 07, 2015
omo1:
URGENT!!!

Please I want to travel to Malaysia towards the end of this month

How do I go about getting the "social visa"

I have no intention of going to school in Malaysia, I just want to visit and come back home to 9ja

Please what are the requirements I need and how do I go about it?


Thanks..

How long do you intend to stay in Malaysia for?
Re: Ask Me Anything About Malaysia And I'll Give You A First Hand Information by youngbilly1: 8:44pm On Sep 10, 2015
allen0000:
If you are coming to Malaysia, you are highly welcome as Malaysia is a friendly, accommodating and nice country to study, live & work if you can afford the requirements but then let me go straight to studying here in Malaysia and the best way to go about it:

(1) You have to make up your mind first where to study
(2) You have to check and see if you have the requirements, I mean your educational requirements
(3) Money, Money, Money, everything here is about Money but bet me you wont regret coming here as things are much more affordable like you can feed on 50 ringgit ( 2500 naira ) like McDonald meal of 2 chicken, 2 burger, coke, fries and you still have a change, likewise Kfc, burger king, nandos, name it, also you can eat good food like rice, vegetable, chicken, or beef with such and still have change, African food is expensive but with 50 rm ( 2500) you will eat your favorite African food and still have change, maybe with a bottle of beer
(4). THERE IS NO JOB HERE FOR STUDENTS, EVEN AFRICANS, ANYBODY TELLING YOU THERE IS JOB FOR AFRICANS AND STUDENTS HERE IS JUST DECEIVING YOU. YOU ONLY GET JOB IF YOU APPLIED FROM NIGERIA, OR YOU ARE A GURU IN YOUR PROFESSION, 1 IN 20 APPLICANTS.

(5) Now how to go about admission into a university, a university degree here is 3 years, 4 years engineering, 5 years Medicine, nursing and others

School Fees: Undergraduate ranges from 600k Naira( 12k ringgit)-60,000 ringgit ( 3 million ) Masters ranges from 20,000 ringgit (1million naira) - 40k ringgit ( 2 million naira) all these are per year

(1) Google a university in KL Malaysia, apply with photocopies of all your passport pages, waec results, waec scratch card, you have to notarized your results in the Ministry of Foreign affairs nigeria or ministry of education, then obtain an NOC from the same ministry of education

(2) Submit all your documents to the school either through DHL, fedex, sending through email or if possible if you have someone here to submit on your behalf.

(3) Pay application and processing fee which is not more than 700$ to the school bank account through TT transfer

(4) After submitting your application and payment of the application fee, the school will notify you

(5) You have to wait for 1-3 months for your student visa approval from Malaysian Immigration and EMGS

(6) Once your approval is out, the school will contact you but you have to be calling to know your application status

(7) The school will send the approval to you through post and once you receive it, take it to Abuja Malaysian embassy with your approval and original passport then pay 10k visa fee and go to come back after 7 days excluding Saturday and Sunday for your visa

(cool prepare yourself, book your ticket and inform the school on time about your arrival, Ethiopian airline is the cheapest for a student

(9) Malaysia is approximately 14-15hours from Nija

(10) arrive Malaysia call your school number for pick up

(11) You have to pay your first year school fees before the school will accept to bring you in

NEXT TIME ASK ME ABOUT ACCOMMODATION, FEEDING, TRANSPORTATION, LIFE STYLE AND ANYTHING YOU WISH TO KNOW





Hello please, the university I applied for asked that I get a NOC, No Objection Certificate from a High Commission. where do I get that?
Re: Ask Me Anything About Malaysia And I'll Give You A First Hand Information by Truth234(m): 8:53pm On Sep 10, 2015
youngbilly1:


Hello please, the university I applied for asked that I get a NOC, No Objection Certificate from a High Commission. where do I get that?

Any ministry of education close to you
Re: Ask Me Anything About Malaysia And I'll Give You A First Hand Information by youngbilly1: 8:56pm On Sep 10, 2015
Truth234:


Any ministry of education close to you
I went to the ministry of education they told me to go to my state of origin and that's quite a distance. Since they said from an High commission can I get it from a high court?
Re: Ask Me Anything About Malaysia And I'll Give You A First Hand Information by Truth234(m): 9:02pm On Sep 10, 2015
youngbilly1:

I went to the ministry of education they told me to go to my state of origin and that's quite a distance.

Oh okay, maybe you should explain to them because you need to get your approval.
Re: Ask Me Anything About Malaysia And I'll Give You A First Hand Information by Truth234(m): 9:05pm On Sep 10, 2015
youngbilly1:

I went to the ministry of education they told me to go to my state of origin and that's quite a distance. Since they said from an High commission can I get it from a high court?

The high commission they are referring to is Nigeria embassy here but they will take the one issue by Ministry of Education if you are in Nigeria.
Re: Ask Me Anything About Malaysia And I'll Give You A First Hand Information by youngbilly1: 9:14pm On Sep 10, 2015
Truth234:


The high commission they are referring to is Nigeria embassy here but they will take the one issue by Ministry of Education if you are in Nigeria.

Ok I'll do that. I will goto them and they explain.

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Re: Ask Me Anything About Malaysia And I'll Give You A First Hand Information by jidesam168(m): 9:26am On Sep 11, 2015
Hello sir, pls I traveled to Malaysia after my nysc in the year 2011 with a social visa(an agent lied to me) but on getting there the immigration at the kuala lumpur airport collected our passport( mostly nigerians) and took us into deportation room, in Which I spent close to a week there before the airline I booked(egypt air) came to pick us back to nigeria, not that I committed any crime oh, my question is dis, I noticed my passport is been stamped and I don't realy know the meaning of d stamp( but I guess it's deportation stamp) can I still use dis passport to apply for admission in europe?

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Re: Ask Me Anything About Malaysia And I'll Give You A First Hand Information by Truth234(m): 9:37am On Sep 11, 2015
jidesam168:
Hello sir, pls I traveled to Malaysia after my nysc in the year 2011 with a social visa(an agent lied to me) but on getting there the immigration at the kuala lumpur airport collected our passport( mostly nigerians) and took us into deportation room, in Which I spent close to a week there before the airline I booked(egypt air) came to pick us back to nigeria, not that I committed any crime oh, my question is dis, I noticed my passport is been stamped and I don't realy know the meaning of d stamp( but I guess it's deportation stamp) can I still use dis passport to apply for admission in europe?

You should be able to, did you thumbprint?
Re: Ask Me Anything About Malaysia And I'll Give You A First Hand Information by jidesam168(m): 9:51am On Sep 11, 2015
Thumbprint ke, nooooo
Re: Ask Me Anything About Malaysia And I'll Give You A First Hand Information by jidesam168(m): 9:53am On Sep 11, 2015
They just check our passport, ask of our bta (I have 1100 dollars with me then),then straight to deportation camp.

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