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Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by Tominiola: 2:44am On Dec 04, 2018
atutupoyoyo2211:
Hey guys, i couldn't post a savings this week, because i am putting the money towards rent for my new place and Christmas vacation for myself and my wife. Does anyone have a suggestion about the best city to spend Christmas and new year's eve in the USA?, I was thinking about Las Vegas or New York, or maybe Los Angeles or Atlanta, i actually have no idea.


Definitely Los Angeles. There is so much to see and do. Plus it's has warm climate, so it would be like being in Nigeria again. But like I said there's so much to do. I wish I could move there.
Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by atutupoyoyo2211: 3:13pm On Dec 06, 2018
Hey guys, resumed my savings this week, new balance. Lets keep it going.

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Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by Nobody: 3:40pm On Dec 06, 2018
atutupoyoyo2211:
Hey guys, resumed my savings this week, new balance. Lets keep it going.

wow
Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by Nobody: 1:27pm On Dec 08, 2018
atutupoyoyo2211:
Hey guys, resumed my savings this week, new balance. Lets keep it going.
Quite encouraging...
Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by sats: 2:32pm On Dec 08, 2018
atutupoyoyo2211:
Hey guys, resumed my savings this week, new balance. Lets keep it going.

Keep it up
Eyes on the goal
Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by Ologunsunny: 10:05am On Dec 09, 2018
Please did you go through federal skilled workers, please your help and advice is needed

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Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by notoriousbabe: 6:43pm On Dec 09, 2018
atutupoyoyo2211:
Hey guys, resumed my savings this week, new balance. Lets keep it going.
what do you do for a living?
Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by mynaija123(m): 7:51pm On Dec 09, 2018
atutupoyoyo2211:
Hey guys, resumed my savings this week, new balance. Lets keep it going.

Please how did you move to Canada? Can you help please?

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Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by smartkester(m): 9:01pm On Dec 09, 2018
notoriousbabe:
what do you do for a living?
lol this your moniker would scare him away from telling you what he does grin grin
Just kidding though

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Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by DAramis: 11:38pm On Dec 09, 2018
grin grin
smartkester:
lol this your moniker would scare him away from telling you what he does grin grin
Just kidding though
Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by Thegents6: 11:46am On Dec 10, 2018
notoriousbabe:
what do you do for a living?
Can't you read up and see for yourself. Common! Don't be too lazy to read

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Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by atutupoyoyo2211: 7:37pm On Dec 10, 2018
I am not really sure. My parents applied for it in 2007 and we got it in 2013 as a family. There were a bunch of programs back then, i cant really say which one they applied under.
Ologunsunny:
Please did you go through federal skilled workers, please your help and advice is needed

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Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by salford: 7:42pm On Dec 10, 2018
atutupoyoyo2211:
I am not really sure. My parents applied for it in 2007 and we got it in 2013 as a family. There were a bunch of programs back then, i cant really say which one they applied under.
If you weren't restricted to a province, then that will be the federal skill workers program. I came here under the same program. It ran from 2001 till 2014 or so till express entry was introduced.

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Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by atutupoyoyo2211: 7:23pm On Dec 11, 2018
Hey, guys, received a very good news today. My mum just passed her citizenship exam, she scored 20/20. She is gonna be sworn in by February. My Mother is in her 50's. When she came to Canada 3 years ago with the intention to stay, she didn't know where to start because of her age. But she had the perseverance and drive. She worked as a dish washer for almost a year being paid $12.35 an hour, but she was not discouraged. After the first year as a dishwasher, she was able to find a job as a health care assistant, helping out seniors. It was a hectic job, and she was paid $18 an hour for the job. She took extra shifts and committed herself to saving money. She didn't have to pay for accommodation, because she stayed with a family member. Fast forward December 2018, My mum has saved $53,000 and is now a Canadian citizen. She made the best use of the last 3 years. She is now preparing to go back to Nigeria and get some really deserved rest. My mum used to work as a teacher in Nigeria earning 120,000 naira a month. She said she is not returning to teaching again.
If you believe, you can achieve, an example from a 54 year old woman.

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Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by Raalsalghul(f): 7:28pm On Dec 11, 2018
atutupoyoyo2211:
Hey, guys, received a very good news today. My mum just passed her citizenship exam, she scored 20/20. She is gonna be sworn in by February. My Mother is in her 50's, when she came to Canada 3 years ago with the intention to stay, she didn't know where to start because of her age. But she had the perseverance and drive. She worked as a dish washer for almost a year being paid $12.35 an hour, but she was not discouraged. After the first year as a dishwasher, she was able to find a job as a health care assistant, helping out seniors. It was a hectic job, and she was paid $18 an hour for the job. She took extra shifts and committed herself to saving money. She didn't have to pay for accommodation, because she stayed with a family member. Fast forward December 2018, My mum has saved $53,000 and is now a Canadian citizen. She made the best use of the last 3 years. She mum is now preparing to go back to Nigeria and get some really deserved rest. My mum used to work as a teacher in Nigeria earning 120,000 naira a month. She said she is not returning to teaching again.
If you believe, you can achieve, an example from a 54 year old woman.
Cc:thebosstrevor
Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by Raalsalghul(f): 7:28pm On Dec 11, 2018
atutupoyoyo2211:
Hey, guys, received a very good news today. My mum just passed her citizenship exam, she scored 20/20. She is gonna be sworn in by February. My Mother is in her 50's. When she came to Canada 3 years ago with the intention to stay, she didn't know where to start because of her age. But she had the perseverance and drive. She worked as a dish washer for almost a year being paid $12.35 an hour, but she was not discouraged. After the first year as a dishwasher, she was able to find a job as a health care assistant, helping out seniors. It was a hectic job, and she was paid $18 an hour for the job. She took extra shifts and committed herself to saving money. She didn't have to pay for accommodation, because she stayed with a family member. Fast forward December 2018, My mum has saved $53,000 and is now a Canadian citizen. She made the best use of the last 3 years. She is now preparing to go back to Nigeria and get some really deserved rest. My mum used to work as a teacher in Nigeria earning 120,000 naira a month. She said she is not returning to teaching again.
If you believe, you can achieve, an example from a 54 year old woman.
Inspiring.

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Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by salford: 8:38pm On Dec 11, 2018
atutupoyoyo2211:
Hey, guys, received a very good news today. My mum just passed her citizenship exam, she scored 20/20. She is gonna be sworn in by February. My Mother is in her 50's. When she came to Canada 3 years ago with the intention to stay, she didn't know where to start because of her age. But she had the perseverance and drive. She worked as a dish washer for almost a year being paid $12.35 an hour, but she was not discouraged. After the first year as a dishwasher, she was able to find a job as a health care assistant, helping out seniors. It was a hectic job, and she was paid $18 an hour for the job. She took extra shifts and committed herself to saving money. She didn't have to pay for accommodation, because she stayed with a family member. Fast forward December 2018, My mum has saved $53,000 and is now a Canadian citizen. She made the best use of the last 3 years. She is now preparing to go back to Nigeria and get some really deserved rest. My mum used to work as a teacher in Nigeria earning 120,000 naira a month. She said she is not returning to teaching again.
If you believe, you can achieve, an example from a 54 year old woman.
Salute to your mum. Congratulations to her on passing the citizenship test too. Onto the oath ceremony.

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Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by sats: 9:42pm On Dec 11, 2018
atutupoyoyo2211:
Hey, guys, received a very good news today. My mum just passed her citizenship exam, she scored 20/20. She is gonna be sworn in by February. My Mother is in her 50's. When she came to Canada 3 years ago with the intention to stay, she didn't know where to start because of her age. But she had the perseverance and drive. She worked as a dish washer for almost a year being paid $12.35 an hour, but she was not discouraged. After the first year as a dishwasher, she was able to find a job as a health care assistant, helping out seniors. It was a hectic job, and she was paid $18 an hour for the job. She took extra shifts and committed herself to saving money. She didn't have to pay for accommodation, because she stayed with a family member. Fast forward December 2018, My mum has saved $53,000 and is now a Canadian citizen. She made the best use of the last 3 years. She is now preparing to go back to Nigeria and get some really deserved rest. My mum used to work as a teacher in Nigeria earning 120,000 naira a month. She said she is not returning to teaching again.
If you believe, you can achieve, an example from a 54 year old woman.

Congratulations!
Positive vibes bro
Positive vibes

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Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by Raalsalghul(f): 11:07pm On Dec 11, 2018
atutupoyoyo2211:
Hey, guys, received a very good news today. My mum just passed her citizenship exam, she scored 20/20. She is gonna be sworn in by February. My Mother is in her 50's. When she came to Canada 3 years ago with the intention to stay, she didn't know where to start because of her age. But she had the perseverance and drive. She worked as a dish washer for almost a year being paid $12.35 an hour, but she was not discouraged. After the first year as a dishwasher, she was able to find a job as a health care assistant, helping out seniors. It was a hectic job, and she was paid $18 an hour for the job. She took extra shifts and committed herself to saving money. She didn't have to pay for accommodation, because she stayed with a family member. Fast forward December 2018, My mum has saved $53,000 and is now a Canadian citizen. She made the best use of the last 3 years. She is now preparing to go back to Nigeria and get some really deserved rest. My mum used to work as a teacher in Nigeria earning 120,000 naira a month. She said she is not returning to teaching again.
If you believe, you can achieve, an example from a 54 year old woman.
This is inspiring.
Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by Xfactor22: 3:31am On Dec 12, 2018
atutupoyoyo2211:
Hey, guys, received a very good news today. My mum just passed her citizenship exam, she scored 20/20. She is gonna be sworn in by February. My Mother is in her 50's. When she came to Canada 3 years ago with the intention to stay, she didn't know where to start because of her age. But she had the perseverance and drive. She worked as a dish washer for almost a year being paid $12.35 an hour, but she was not discouraged. After the first year as a dishwasher, she was able to find a job as a health care assistant, helping out seniors. It was a hectic job, and she was paid $18 an hour for the job. She took extra shifts and committed herself to saving money. She didn't have to pay for accommodation, because she stayed with a family member. Fast forward December 2018, My mum has saved $53,000 and is now a Canadian citizen. She made the best use of the last 3 years. She is now preparing to go back to Nigeria and get some really deserved rest. My mum used to work as a teacher in Nigeria earning 120,000 naira a month. She said she is not returning to teaching again.
If you believe, you can achieve, an example from a 54 year old woman.
Wow.. If she can at that age, then I can!.. The big question though.. Where do I start from? embarassed

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Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by TimmytimeHO: 5:49am On Dec 12, 2018
Oh atutupoyoyo. You realy have a gift of encouraging people. Just when I thought it was all about perseverance and savings. Then this.

Congratulations to your mom and family


atutupoyoyo2211:
Hey, guys, received a very good news today. My mum just passed her citizenship exam, she scored 20/20. She is gonna be sworn in by February. My Mother is in her 50's. When she came to Canada 3 years ago with the intention to stay, she didn't know where to start because of her age. But she had the perseverance and drive. She worked as a dish washer for almost a year being paid $12.35 an hour, but she was not discouraged. After the first year as a dishwasher, she was able to find a job as a health care assistant, helping out seniors. It was a hectic job, and she was paid $18 an hour for the job. She took extra shifts and committed herself to saving money. She didn't have to pay for accommodation, because she stayed with a family member. Fast forward December 2018, My mum has saved $53,000 and is now a Canadian citizen. She made the best use of the last 3 years. She is now preparing to go back to Nigeria and get some really deserved rest. My mum used to work as a teacher in Nigeria earning 120,000 naira a month. She said she is not returning to teaching again.
If you believe, you can achieve, an example from a 54 year old woman.

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Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by Bobbybenard(m): 6:21am On Dec 12, 2018
atutupoyoyo2211:
Hey, guys, received a very good news today. My mum just passed her citizenship exam, she scored 20/20. She is gonna be sworn in by February. My Mother is in her 50's. When she came to Canada 3 years ago with the intention to stay, she didn't know where to start because of her age. But she had the perseverance and drive. She worked as a dish washer for almost a year being paid $12.35 an hour, but she was not discouraged. After the first year as a dishwasher, she was able to find a job as a health care assistant, helping out seniors. It was a hectic job, and she was paid $18 an hour for the job. She took extra shifts and committed herself to saving money. She didn't have to pay for accommodation, because she stayed with a family member. Fast forward December 2018, My mum has saved $53,000 and is now a Canadian citizen. She made the best use of the last 3 years. She is now preparing to go back to Nigeria and get some really deserved rest. My mum used to work as a teacher in Nigeria earning 120,000 naira a month. She said she is not returning to teaching again.
If you believe, you can achieve, an example from a 54 year old woman.
I'm inspired

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Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by Mizwisdom(f): 7:35am On Dec 12, 2018
Wow positive vibes. This means you're younger than i thought. About 25? Did you say you were earning N400.000 even in Nig? your name should be Ola grin

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Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by shakyum: 9:31am On Dec 12, 2018
atutupoyoyo2211:
Well, As a cybersecurity Masters student, and someone that has a solid background in certified ethical hacking, you have to be spiritually gifted for you to hack my account based on the information i provided. I do understand your concern though, its always good for one to be online security aware. But i can assure you, in this case, there is no water that can grow that seed of thought.


Hello. Please can I send u a pm?
Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by Nobody: 10:06am On Dec 12, 2018
Mizwisdom:
Wow positive vibes. This means you're younger than i thought. About 25? Did you say you were earning N400.000 even in Nig? your name should be Ola grin
CIA agent.

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Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by Nobody: 10:06am On Dec 12, 2018
shakyum:



Hello. Please can I send u a pm?
grin

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Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by oluayebenz: 11:02am On Dec 12, 2018
Mizwisdom:
Wow positive vibes. This means you're younger than i thought. About 25? Did you say you were earning N400.000 even in Nig? your name should be Ola grin

lipsrsealed
Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by smartkester(m): 11:41am On Dec 12, 2018
Mizwisdom:
Wow positive vibes. This means you're younger than i thought. About 25? Did you say you were earning N400.000 even in Nig? your name should be Ola grin
this one is looking for hubby. She has seen the future of a young man grin grin grin

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Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by Bioles1187(m): 3:38pm On Dec 12, 2018
smartkester:
this one is looking for hubby. She has seen the future of a young man grin grin grin
chai

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Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by sane007: 4:02pm On Dec 12, 2018
smartkester:
please i stand to be corrected i heard blacks don't hold managerial posts in Canada irrespective of his/her qualifications

This is not true! Total fallacy.

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Re: My Monthly Savings In Canada by TheCongo2: 5:33pm On Dec 12, 2018
smartkester:
please i stand to be corrected i heard blacks don't hold managerial posts in Canada irrespective of his/her qualifications

Search on google the following black refugees in Canada:
Michaelle jean
Arielle Kayabaga

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