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Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by cletz991(m): 11:20am On Jun 09
Kenneth10110:



Please how much in total should we budget for this tuition fee and total flight program and the rest
very important
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by MPESA(m): 11:54am On Jun 09
xoxo001:

I studied in Ewan Institute, Arman. I was working then with a Gas company. apart from arman which is the capital city of Jordan, I think other cities are not too expensive. I was able to save 120k monthly then when I was working the company. it depends on how you spend money bro. (I'm now in to buying and selling)

Please can I pm you because I'm more of business minded person than working though I can still do both if I have the opportunity.

THANKS.
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by EngrKem: 11:58am On Jun 12
All these talks no pictures
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by Olatomz1: 6:21pm On Jun 12
I'M ON MY WAY TO JORDAN BUT THROUGH RIVER JORDAN WITH A CANOE

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Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by kwammy5000(m): 2:30am On Jun 13
xoxo001:

Very easier to cross to Turkey than other European countries. you know turkey is 70 percent Arab country


I was talking to this school in Jordan on whatsapp https://www.wafid.co/apply-now/ and they told me that the country does not issue visa to Nigeria. is this a new development ? please help us to confirm. i cant screenshot again on my phone because some buttons are not working, i could have shown you here.
thanks.

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Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by xoxo001(m): 7:35am On Jun 13
kwammy5000:



I was talking to this school in Jordan on whatsapp https://www.wafid.co/apply-now/ and they told me that the country does not issue visa to Nigeria. is this a new development ? please help us to confirm. i cant screenshot again on my phone because some buttons are not working, i could have shown you here.
thanks.
I don't know about this bro cos I'm not in Jordan right now. If you could wait till I get back, I will try to get nairalanders all the latest information about admission and visa processing.
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by Neres33: 7:44am On Jun 13
xoxo001:

I don't know about this bro cos I'm not in Jordan right now. If you could wait till I get back, I will try to get nairalanders all the latest information about admission and visa processing.

Welcome back boss xoxo001 waiting for the infor from you boss.
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by Neres33: 7:46am On Jun 13
MPESA:


Please can I pm you because I'm more of business minded person than working though I can still do both if I have the opportunity.

THANKS.

When he comes from his trip there will be pictures.
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by xoxo001(m): 8:09am On Jun 13
Neres33:

Welcome back boss xoxo001 waiting for the infor from you boss.
sorry I have been so busy, I promise to keep you updated soon.
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by kwammy5000(m): 8:58am On Jun 13
xoxo001:

I don't know about this bro cos I'm not in Jordan right now. If you could wait till I get back, I will try to get nairalanders all the latest information about admission and visa processing.

i will wait. please when will you be back in Jordan ?
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by xoxo001(m): 10:19am On Jun 13
kwammy5000:

i will wait. please when will you be back in Jordan ?
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Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by kwammy5000(m): 1:39pm On Jun 13
xoxo001:

Latest by August

OKAY.
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by Plaitex(f): 3:05pm On Jun 13
xoxo001:

well, it depends on how much you are ready to settle for. Where I worked, I was paid 250k monthly. I have a friend collecting 335k monthly. some people are also collecting 180k, 200k. you can always find a better paying job, it's not like Dubai where you are contracted to work for a period of time before you can change job. on the issue of house rent, you can share flats with other Nigerians. let say 30 to 50k per month, depending on the town and location

Sorry o. Is this amount in Jordan currency or Nigerian currency.

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Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by xoxo001(m): 5:46pm On Jun 13
Plaitex:

Sorry o. Is this amount in Jordan currency or Nigerian currency.
Lol... naira o

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Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by Jamestown123: 6:15pm On Jun 13
xoxo001:
Lol... naira o
Pesin fit go church for there?
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by xoxo001(m): 6:49pm On Jun 13
Jamestown123:
Pesin fit go church for there?
Yeah bro
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by Tonydezy(m): 7:25pm On Jun 13
kwammy5000:



I was talking to this school in Jordan on whatsapp https://www.wafid.co/apply-now/ and they told me that the country does not issue visa to Nigeria. is this a new development ? please help us to confirm. i cant screenshot again on my phone because some buttons are not working, i could have shown you here.
thanks.
I also did but I think you are getting them wrong, they said they aren't responsible for visa procurement but they will give you the necessary documents to get a visa at the port of entry mr xoxo already told us that
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by kwammy5000(m): 5:44am On Jun 14
Tonydezy:
I also did but I think you are getting them wrong, they said they aren't responsible for visa procurement but they will give you the necessary documents to get a visa at the port of entry mr xoxo already told us that

when was the last time you talk to them, please can you post there response here ? i will try to post mine too. thanks
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by Tonydezy(m): 2:56pm On Jun 15
kwammy5000:


when was the last time you talk to them, please can you post there response here ? i will try to post mine too. thanks
if you've been following you will see where i posted before best regards bro just do with any information you've got from them
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by komodapson: 3:19am
[quote author=xoxo001 post=79001240]
The far better I'm saying here is relative. for instance, I'm doing just OK here and I know that my friends in Dubai are telling me how hard it is for them there. that doesn't mean some people are not also doing fine in Dubai. it depends on how lucky you are bro[/quoete]

You're right...I have lots of friends who regret travelling to Dubai between 2016 till now...some are back while some remain hopeful things will get better....for me, the key most important thing to put into consideration also are how affordable is housing/rent, how cheap is food, transportation nko, are the citizens hospitable...jobs...don't just go there..unemployment is a global phenomenon, even in America...

But with this mouth watering Jordanian dinar equivalent to over N350...it could be tempting, but the standard of living needs to be considered.... My take though...I could b wrong..lol
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by xoxo001(m): 7:47am
For those who have been asking me about jobs in Jordan, the information reaching me is that there is scarcity of job for now. I had to call a friend yesterday to ask him if any of the two guys staying in his house has been able to get a job and he said no. People going to Jordan, I will want you to prepare yourself well, it's not easy anywhere in the world. However, for those who want to use the country as a stepping stone to a better country and not to hustle, prepare yourself well financially. Concerning the job issue, I will try my best to help out when I get back to Jordan.
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by xoxo001(m): 7:51am
[quote author=komodapson post=79401037][/quote]
You are right bro, Finding a job is difficult now in Jordan o, but once you do, you will be alright if you are not the quick to make it type. Jordan is not easy also I must say
Re: Life In Jordan For Nigerians by xoxo001(m): 7:55am
kwammy5000:



I was talking to this school in Jordan on whatsapp https://www.wafid.co/apply-now/ and they told me that the country does not issue visa to Nigeria. is this a new development ? please help us to confirm. i cant screenshot again on my phone because some buttons are not working, i could have shown you here.
thanks.
I just confirmed from a lecturer there, they are not admitting Nigerians for now...but there are still schools giving admission to Nigerians, it's just that their admission process is somehow tedious. When I get back, I will have to help you guys scout for those schools.

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