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A Message To Nigerians Abroad by ItzBIM(m): 3:18pm On May 21, 2018
This is a message to Nigerian in the Diaspora. Nigerians in the Diaspora have a very important role to play in the development of our great country. You probably Nigeria left to work or settle down in a country that offers a better and superior working system than the one you left behind, that’s fine. However now that you have seen what a working system looks like have you ever thought to yourself, how I wish my own country was like this. Constant electricity, good roads, and good health care just access to basic amenities sure it’s nice but these things just didn’t appear out of nowhere it was done by thinking outside the box. Instead of living overseas on a pay check to pay check pay basis with no investment to fall back on, Nigeria lacks infrastructure why don’t you come back and use the exposure you’ve had to implement new ideas. For example, drainage is a big problem in Nigeria; most are clogged with dirt which leads to flooding in the rainy season. This is where Nigerians in the Diaspora come in with new ideas, look there are other types of drainage system we can try to use such as underground drainage which is used in the U.K. So many problems faced in Nigeria are caused by been out of date with the rest of the world or slow to making changes. I challenge you today to leave your comfort zone and make a difference today for a better tomorrow.

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Re: A Message To Nigerians Abroad by Nobody: 3:40pm On May 21, 2018
I read through this and laugh
Misery does love company indeed

You want those of us who reside abroad to relocate back here permanently? To suffer buhari's experiment with you ?
Such comedy .... Look riot , fight , vote , pray do whatever you have to do to fix Nigeria for yourself ...we can always comment here and encourage you , if you fix Nigeria all well and good enjoy it for yourself , even my retired mum will never return here and I wouldn't want her to either

A country where the police are corrupt ? The law is corrupt and doesn't work ? The government is incompetent? A country that has no direction?

Who would leave peace of mind and embrace Chaos? .
Dude instead of this write your politicians to fix Nigeria or try and get out of this shìthole

May you be granted visa or residency to a sane country

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Re: A Message To Nigerians Abroad by lindaayim(f): 4:34am On May 22, 2018
LMAO.......@ OP e don tay wey nyash dey for back.....

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Re: A Message To Nigerians Abroad by Ugosample(m): 8:29am On May 22, 2018
grin grin cheesy
I had to laugh
Re: A Message To Nigerians Abroad by Lexusgs430: 8:31am On May 22, 2018
ItzBIM:
This is a message to Nigerian in the Diaspora. Nigerians in the Diaspora have a very important role to play in the development of our great country. You probably Nigeria left to work or settle down in a country that offers a better and superior working system than the one you left behind, that’s fine. However now that you have seen what a working system looks like have you ever thought to yourself, how I wish my own country was like this. Constant electricity, good roads, and good health care just access to basic amenities sure it’s nice but these things just didn’t appear out of nowhere it was done by thinking outside the box. Instead of living overseas on a pay check to pay check pay basis with no investment to fall back on, Nigeria lacks infrastructure why don’t you come back and use the exposure you’ve had to implement new ideas. For example, drainage is a big problem in Nigeria; most are clogged with dirt which leads to flooding in the rainy season. This is where Nigerians in the Diaspora come in with new ideas, look there are other types of drainage system we can try to use such as underground drainage which is used in the U.K. So many problems faced in Nigeria are caused by been out of date with the rest of the world or slow to making changes. I challenge you today to leave your comfort zone and make a difference today for a better tomorrow.

Wake up from this dream...... What you are having is called a nightmare, not a manifestation........

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Re: A Message To Nigerians Abroad by ItzBIM(m): 9:29am On May 22, 2018
Lexusgs430:


Wake up from this dream...... What you are having is called a nightmare, not a manifestation........

What makes you say that. Doesn’t change begin with you and I, no magician is going to fix this country for us, we have to.

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Re: A Message To Nigerians Abroad by Lexusgs430: 9:31am On May 22, 2018
ItzBIM:


What makes you say that. Doesn’t change begin with you and I, no magician is going to fix this country for us, we have to.

I hear you. Start the fixing, they would join you towards the end......
Re: A Message To Nigerians Abroad by euromoney(f): 2:37pm On May 22, 2018
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Re: A Message To Nigerians Abroad by mrphysics(m): 2:51pm On May 22, 2018
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Re: A Message To Nigerians Abroad by sodres: 2:55pm On May 22, 2018
Can you imaging. I bet if you had the chance to travel abroad, you won't even dream of coming back but since you don't have that privilege you think convincing other people to come back and stay is the best way? Lolz! Even our President has never stayed in Nigeria for a full 2months. Man will always find an excuse to travel out either for treatment or meeting. You probably wrote this out of frustration of not getting visa or something else.

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Re: A Message To Nigerians Abroad by Agbaletu: 3:24pm On May 22, 2018
sodres:
Can you imaging. I bet if you had the chance to travel abroad, you won't even dream of coming back but since you don't have that privilege you think convincing other people to come back and stay is the best way? Lolz! Even our President has never stayed in Nigeria for a full 2months. Man will always find an excuse to travel out either for treatment or meeting. You probably wrote this out of frustration of not getting visa or something else.
This poster will not kill me with laugh o.
Re: A Message To Nigerians Abroad by drakeli: 3:35pm On May 22, 2018
No any kind of drainage system can work in Nigeria unntil until the mentality of Nigerians change on how to manage waste; that you don’t eat corn and drop it’s waste on the ground or eat akara and throw it’s rapper in the air. Or looking for every street corner to turn into a dump site.

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Re: A Message To Nigerians Abroad by rs172(m): 9:23pm On May 22, 2018
ItzBIM:
This is a message to Nigerian in the Diaspora. Nigerians in the Diaspora have a very important role to play in the development of our great country. You probably Nigeria left to work or settle down in a country that offers a better and superior working system than the one you left behind, that’s fine. However now that you have seen what a working system looks like have you ever thought to yourself, how I wish my own country was like this. Constant electricity, good roads, and good health care just access to basic amenities sure it’s nice but these things just didn’t appear out of nowhere it was done by thinking outside the box. Instead of living overseas on a pay check to pay check pay basis with no investment to fall back on, Nigeria lacks infrastructure why don’t you come back and use the exposure you’ve had to implement new ideas. For example, drainage is a big problem in Nigeria; most are clogged with dirt which leads to flooding in the rainy season. This is where Nigerians in the Diaspora come in with new ideas, look there are other types of drainage system we can try to use such as underground drainage which is used in the U.K. So many problems faced in Nigeria are caused by been out of date with the rest of the world or slow to making changes. I challenge you today to leave your comfort zone and make a difference today for a better tomorrow.




Are you. paying tax to Nigerians in diaspora or to the government, hold the ones you are paying tax to, both knows how d saner clime works..
Re: A Message To Nigerians Abroad by gimakon(m): 11:26am On May 23, 2018
This guy is funny... grin Benin Boys go to Jail overseas as they say its better off than being a free man here in this Shithole as trump rightly called this nation.

No one is standing in your way , at least Ghana is still visa free, You can make do into Ghana and from there utilise their passport into Trinidad and Tobago (Its visa free from Ghana) then from there You can make it into the US or Canada (If you know your way), Lets see if you will remember Nigeria. Mxm

Next thing you would see this guy ask is why Nigeria is being ridiculed outside ...why are they racists ...blah blah... Ghana passport you have and next if its Racism, Ask bobrisky... He should have your answer to that Question ..

grin Jeez, what a Thread! Like this fellow doesnt know whats happening here in Nigeria grin

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