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Re: How Young Nigerians Are Investing To Leave The Country by Kayouzka(m): 1:45pm On Sep 06, 2019
I'll rather buy land at ikorodu of ibeju lekki with that 3m

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Re: How Young Nigerians Are Investing To Leave The Country by etoete77: 1:45pm On Sep 06, 2019
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Re: How Young Nigerians Are Investing To Leave The Country by sanmtiago(m): 1:46pm On Sep 06, 2019
So if every youth leave Nigeria now that means NIGERIA will be better then the rest of us staying back will enjoy. I’m just thinking out loud angry

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Re: How Young Nigerians Are Investing To Leave The Country by Leye06(m): 1:47pm On Sep 06, 2019
Nice work
Re: How Young Nigerians Are Investing To Leave The Country by hustlelegit(m): 1:48pm On Sep 06, 2019
Nigeria will continue to be in an economy error till 2023 until a miracle from heaven changes our situation.
Leaving this shithole country is everybody's dream, young and old even new born baby don't want to be born in Nigeria except the baby is been born in a rich family. To be honest only the poor struggles to leave Nigeria and never come back while the rich Dosent care and will never care.
An average Nigerian faces police brutality and harrasement everyday in which it has lead to death in most cases! Going to work na problem, cos person go need to be extra careful If trailer no go hit U for back or front and if those lifeless sarZ won't harrass you cos you get car.
Our sectors are trash and rubbish, our international airport looks like Lagos car garage, our regulations are trash --evrybody is just living anyhow and doing what is beat to survive.
So far Nigeria is still in this situation, people will migrate away from Nigeria in search for greener pastures even though the cost is outrageous.
Peace of life is all that matters

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Re: How Young Nigerians Are Investing To Leave The Country by 12inchess: 1:49pm On Sep 06, 2019
Later one yeye old man that has been dependent on govt funds and largesse all his life will come and say Nigerian youths are lazy. Nigerian youths are the definition of hustler

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Re: How Young Nigerians Are Investing To Leave The Country by ctleurocollege: 1:49pm On Sep 06, 2019
Hmmm, well you don't need IELTS or TOEFL for Cyprus, you can contact me if you're interested




There are some people who are not interested in leaving Nigeria, how many youths from the North are relocating? It's mostly southners so please don't make general statements

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Re: How Young Nigerians Are Investing To Leave The Country by hustlelegit(m): 1:50pm On Sep 06, 2019
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Re: How Young Nigerians Are Investing To Leave The Country by bishopkay: 1:52pm On Sep 06, 2019
Emotionss:
With 3million I can't start up something reasonable for myself. Rather than waste because I want to travel out

Start something like what please?

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Re: How Young Nigerians Are Investing To Leave The Country by ednut1(m): 1:54pm On Sep 06, 2019
i spent over 700k on ielts cry. 7 times, 5 remarks. God forbid i remain here

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Re: How Young Nigerians Are Investing To Leave The Country by SOAG: 1:55pm On Sep 06, 2019
Anyone who says traveling outside this trap called Nigeria is not the best should please share free american visa and let's see if people will reject the gesture.

Meanwhile German, turkey and cyprus non appearance visa contact dey for any serous person

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Re: How Young Nigerians Are Investing To Leave The Country by ezenwajosh(m): 1:57pm On Sep 06, 2019
They all running away from Nigeria but quick to call IPOB terrorist for wanting out of Nigeria....you will hear them shouting OUR DIVERSITY IS OUR STRENGTH

If you all want to remain backwards IPOB don't want to

Look at SOWORE he has been abandoned by the youths he wants to liberate all the youths care is how to migrate live in slumps abroad take a train or bus to city TAKE PICTURE AND SEND BACK TO THEIR FRIENDS IN NIGERIA TO CLAIM THEY ARE LIVING LIFE ABROAD

Their senators are taking hardship allowance but what do they care all that interests them is WHO REACT AND WHO DIDNT REACT IN ANY RESCENT EVENT

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Re: How Young Nigerians Are Investing To Leave The Country by windhunter(m): 1:59pm On Sep 06, 2019
Choosing to stay back in Nigeria when you have the opportunity to leave to a better country outside Africa is the one of the biggest mistakes one would make.

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Re: How Young Nigerians Are Investing To Leave The Country by DBANJEX(m): 2:00pm On Sep 06, 2019
Cool
Re: How Young Nigerians Are Investing To Leave The Country by Emotionss: 2:00pm On Sep 06, 2019
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bishopkay:


Start something like what please?

1) phone accessories business
2) boutique
3) Uber ( with 3million I can buy 2 cars for it)
4) mini super market
5) buying and selling of food stuffs in large quantities.
6) selling of grade A OK shoes and clothes.
7) mini gas refilling station
And many more.

The ideas are there but na capital to take start be my problem (for now)

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Re: How Young Nigerians Are Investing To Leave The Country by Nreebge: 2:02pm On Sep 06, 2019
royalads:
I just finished reading this content on nairametrics. The truth remains that you don't necessarily have to leave this country to make it in life. Oh and the notion that there is no good jobs around is a big lie. There are lots of good high paying jobs around. The question is, have you built yourself to land these jobs. These are not the jobs you get with your basic BSC from most Nigerian Universities.

A lot of you waste your time here being tribalistic while forgetting to add value to your self. Oh, in case you don't know, all these tribal battles most of you engage in have turned this platform to a playground. Most people looking for serious people don't come here anymore. I was talking to an HR consultant days back and she was looking for peeps to fill in some job vacancies with take-home of 500k and above monthly. I suggested she check on nairaland. She simply told me you don't see such calibre of people on nairaland. That she comes here only when she's looking for people for unserious roles like drivers, admin assistants and similar low ass jobs.

Leave nairaland and go and build yourself for the future.



Fine , how ? If with first degree and Masters Degree one cannot land such jobs.
Please am curious to know help a friend.

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Re: How Young Nigerians Are Investing To Leave The Country by NigPatriot(m): 2:05pm On Sep 06, 2019
Good write up, but the bolded part, you didn't have to embellish with lies. Why would HR come to nairaland to fill up vacancies. When LinkedIn still exists, I got your point on adding value and ish, but you went to extreme with the additions. To my Naija Youths, if you want to stay in Nigeria, pray for grace as you keep working ridiculously hard daily.
royalads:
I just finished reading this content on nairametrics. The truth remains that you don't necessarily have to leave this country to make it in life. Oh and the notion that there is no good jobs around is a big lie. There are lots of good high paying jobs around. The question is, have you built yourself to land these jobs. These are not the jobs you get with your basic BSC from most Nigerian Universities.

A lot of you waste your time here being tribalistic while forgetting to add value to your self. Oh, in case you don't know, all these tribal battles most of you engage in have turned this platform to a playground. Most people looking for serious people don't come here anymore. I was talking to an HR consultant days back and she was looking for peeps to fill in some job vacancies with take-home of 500k and above monthly. I suggested she check on nairaland. She simply told me you don't see such calibre of people on nairaland. That she comes here only when she's looking for people for unserious roles like drivers, admin assistants and similar low ass jobs.

Leave nairaland and go and build yourself for the future.

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Re: How Young Nigerians Are Investing To Leave The Country by TOPCRUISE(m): 2:06pm On Sep 06, 2019
Donald Trump is the main enemy blocking my travel plans. I don't know how to deal with him

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Re: How Young Nigerians Are Investing To Leave The Country by soleexx(m): 2:07pm On Sep 06, 2019
ctleurocollege:
Hmmm, well you don't need IEAlTS or TOEFL for Cyprus, you can contact me if you're interested




There are some people who are not interested in leaving Nigeria, how many youths from the North are relocating? It's mostly southners so please don't make general statements

details on Cyprus pls
Re: How Young Nigerians Are Investing To Leave The Country by royalads: 2:08pm On Sep 06, 2019
Nreebge:




Fine , how ? If with first degree and Masters Degree one cannot land such jobs.
Please am curious to know help a friend.

We live in a world of skills and certifications and not university degrees. Eg, have you heard of cloud computing before now? It is a tech skill and most people in the field earn at least 500k and above. Combine tech skill with management skills and you will be a hot cake. Go acquire hardcore tech skills and certifications. There are plenty of them out there.

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Re: How Young Nigerians Are Investing To Leave The Country by deltateam: 2:11pm On Sep 06, 2019
shocked shocked
royalads:
I just finished reading this content on nairametrics. The truth remains that you don't necessarily have to leave this country to make it in life. Oh and the notion that there is no good jobs around is a big lie. There are lots of good high paying jobs around. The question is, have you built yourself to land these jobs. These are not the jobs you get with your basic BSC from most Nigerian Universities.

A lot of you waste your time here being tribalistic while forgetting to add value to your self. Oh, in case you don't know, all these tribal battles most of you engage in have turned this platform to a playground. Most people looking for serious people don't come here anymore. I was talking to an HR consultant days back and she was looking for peeps to fill in some job vacancies with take-home of 500k and above monthly. I suggested she check on nairaland. She simply told me you don't see such calibre of people on nairaland. That she comes here only when she's looking for people for unserious roles like drivers, admin assistants and similar low ass jobs.

Leave nairaland and go and build yourself for the future.

I have read something like this in the past. Seems like copy and paste.

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Re: How Young Nigerians Are Investing To Leave The Country by CeeJay9ja(m): 2:11pm On Sep 06, 2019
Osobi32:
. Pls forget this talk.... Are u aware that out there in the western world life is appreciated and valued? Are u aware that u hunger is not the case out there so long as u are not lazy? Are u aware ur services are much valued out there? Be wise
You will not understand
Re: How Young Nigerians Are Investing To Leave The Country by deltateam: 2:14pm On Sep 06, 2019
royalads:


We live in a world of skills and certifications and not university degrees. Eg, have you heard of cloud computing before now? It is a tech skill and most people in the field earn at least 500k and above. Combine tech skill with management skills and you will be a hot cake. Go acquire hardcore tech skills and certifications. There are plenty of them out there.

Have you heard of ghost writing? Turn yourself into a ghost and land your dream job.

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Re: How Young Nigerians Are Investing To Leave The Country by Dee60: 2:16pm On Sep 06, 2019
If South Africa offers 1000 free entry now, I wonder how many people will apply!
Re: How Young Nigerians Are Investing To Leave The Country by Nobody: 2:18pm On Sep 06, 2019
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Dont worry we are here to assist..


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Re: How Young Nigerians Are Investing To Leave The Country by franchasng: 2:18pm On Sep 06, 2019
royalads:
I just finished reading this content on nairametrics. The truth remains that you don't necessarily have to leave this country to make it in life. Oh and the notion that there is no good jobs around is a big lie. There are lots of good high paying jobs around. The question is, have you built yourself to land these jobs. These are not the jobs you get with your basic BSC from most Nigerian Universities.

A lot of you waste your time here being tribalistic while forgetting to add value to your self. Oh, in case you don't know, all these tribal battles most of you engage in have turned this platform to a playground. Most people looking for serious people don't come here anymore. I was talking to an HR consultant days back and she was looking for peeps to fill in some job vacancies with take-home of 500k and above monthly. I suggested she check on nairaland. She simply told me you don't see such calibre of people on nairaland. That she comes here only when she's looking for people for unserious roles like drivers, admin assistants and similar low ass jobs.

Leave nairaland and go and build yourself for the future.
shocked shocked


pls help a brother, I can drive motor to Australia without sleeping or applying brakes, my previous Ogas can attest to it, where can I forward my application sir angry

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Re: How Young Nigerians Are Investing To Leave The Country by daxclusive1: 2:18pm On Sep 06, 2019
Soon by the grace of God, I'm gonna make it to Canada.


May God heal Nigeria.

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Re: How Young Nigerians Are Investing To Leave The Country by daxclusive1: 2:20pm On Sep 06, 2019
Dera100:
If you want to travel but you dont have the fund,to fund it..
Dont worry we are here to assist..


Page Financials is a financial Institution that
gives quick fund ranging from 200k to 20m to Salary earners and business owners, who reside in lagos and ibadan.
No guarantor
No collateral
No management and processing fee
No liquidation fee
We buy off loans from other Financial institution.

If you are interested let me know...


Abeg I need your contact asap. A friend is in need of this.

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Re: How Young Nigerians Are Investing To Leave The Country by Basher8583: 2:22pm On Sep 06, 2019
royalads:
I just finished reading this content on nairametrics. The truth remains that you don't necessarily have to leave this country to make it in life. Oh and the notion that there is no good jobs around is a big lie. There are lots of good high paying jobs around. The question is, have you built yourself to land these jobs. These are not the jobs you get with your basic BSC from most Nigerian Universities.

A lot of you waste your time here being tribalistic while forgetting to add value to your self. Oh, in case you don't know, all these tribal battles most of you engage in have turned this platform to a playground. Most people looking for serious people don't come here anymore. I was talking to an HR consultant days back and she was looking for peeps to fill in some job vacancies with take-home of 500k and above monthly. I suggested she check on nairaland. She simply told me you don't see such calibre of people on nairaland. That she comes here only when she's looking for people for unserious roles like drivers, admin assistants and similar low ass jobs.

Leave nairaland and go and build yourself for the future.


Spot on bro
This couldn't have been said any better

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Re: How Young Nigerians Are Investing To Leave The Country by TheExecutioner: 2:23pm On Sep 06, 2019
Nigeria is a joke that wants to be taken seriously. Any bright young man or woman who wants the best for his or her future has either checked out or is making serious plans to check out.

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Re: How Young Nigerians Are Investing To Leave The Country by franchasng: 2:25pm On Sep 06, 2019
FroshJaynex:
My brother if you're a young youth in Nigeria right now with over 452TB of sense in ur head you should be thinking of leaving that shit hole in whatever means possible cos the truth is you're young nd healthy and a better world out there need u more than u need yourself nd in doing that you're creating a life for yourself nd your family. LEAVE OH LEAVE!, Gone are those days we say MY FATHERS LAND, even my father wished he wasn't Nigerian, how much me a son?
Chai shocked shocked


Nigerian youths are too docile to demand for change in governance, constitution, reforms, sadly cry


Take a look at Hong Kong. If Nigerian youths could stand as one like they did during xenophobic attacks protests, believe me Nigeria won't remain a mess it is now

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