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Re: How Young Nigerians Are Investing To Leave The Country by InvertedHammer: 2:26pm On Sep 06, 2019
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Nigeria can never be good if the only plan is for everyone to leave. The citizens of the countries they are running to didn't leave when it hit them. They stood up and fought the system to make it better. Hong Kong, as nice as it, has recently has her own share of uprising. The citizens challenged the status quo ante until the leaders threw in the towel. The problem with Nigeria is more of selfishness than anything else as there is no other reason why politicians numbering less than 2000 can effectively mess up and control the lives of about 200m people.

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Re: How Young Nigerians Are Investing To Leave The Country by Denikayan: 2:28pm On Sep 06, 2019
Emotionss:
With 3million I can start up something reasonable for myself. Rather than waste it because I want to travel out

Easier said than done!

Start and update after 1 year.

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Re: How Young Nigerians Are Investing To Leave The Country by Naija247blog: 2:29pm On Sep 06, 2019
For the greater GOOD
Re: How Young Nigerians Are Investing To Leave The Country by Beautyaddy: 2:30pm 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.

Fake story!

Why does she have to determine some people's qualifications by just some post on Nairaland?

If those jobs or positions are really true why don't she advertise those positions here on Nairaland?

I am more than sure that there are some people who are highly qualified for whatever the so-called jobs is that may not be active posters on Nairaland.

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Re: How Young Nigerians Are Investing To Leave The Country by Jaqenhghar: 2:30pm On Sep 06, 2019
CeeJay9ja:
It is not always green on the other side
Says who? Have you been there?

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Re: How Young Nigerians Are Investing To Leave The Country by Emotionss: 2:31pm On Sep 06, 2019
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Denikayan:


Easier said than done!

Start and update after 1 year.

If only you know.
Re: How Young Nigerians Are Investing To Leave The Country by lagdmark(m): 2:31pm On Sep 06, 2019
mascot87:
I wish God grant me the way to get out of Nigeria for US
Those of us outside the country are tired after such a long time i wish to relocate back to Lagos my city,
Although I visit regularly, nothing like living in one's country of origin.

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Re: How Young Nigerians Are Investing To Leave The Country by Jaqenhghar: 2:31pm On Sep 06, 2019
Emotionss:
With 3million I can start up something reasonable for myself. Rather than waste it because I want to travel out
The problem with you people is you think money is everything. Whats the wisdom of money when you are constantly living like a prisoner

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Re: How Young Nigerians Are Investing To Leave The Country by franchasng: 2:32pm On Sep 06, 2019
deltateam:


Have you heard of ghost writing? Turn yourself into a ghost and land your dream job.
I am very good in writing and I have always wished to become ghost writing, how do I become ghost so I can start ghost writing to make money, can you help me sir

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Re: How Young Nigerians Are Investing To Leave The Country by after4: 2:32pm On Sep 06, 2019
Whoever wrote this may God bless you, keep you and prosper your head and most importantly give you bald head so that generational wealth no go leave your house grin

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Re: How Young Nigerians Are Investing To Leave The Country by itu404(m): 2:35pm 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.
So true. it makes one"s heart sink to see this forum indeed, go to rubbish. the tribal war stinks to the high heavens.

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Re: How Young Nigerians Are Investing To Leave The Country by LewinskyMon: 2:36pm On Sep 06, 2019
Jayslicky:
shocked

If you have enough money to leave Nigeria please leave, the Nigerian society is bad to the health and mental well being of a person.
cool
Re: How Young Nigerians Are Investing To Leave The Country by Denikayan: 2:36pm On Sep 06, 2019
Emotionss:
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If only you know.

Know what?

You will spend all your profit to maintain a quality life.

Do you have an idea what a quality life entails?

Except you want to be suffering and smiling to the bank.

Or dip your hands in illegitimate deals which in the long run will end you back to 0

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Re: How Young Nigerians Are Investing To Leave The Country by kroger: 2:37pm 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.

Spot on bro, i deal with with cloud security, Though the pay is much higher over here...
Re: How Young Nigerians Are Investing To Leave The Country by JoBabs(m): 2:38pm 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.

You are quite right with this, not all members are active members, some do come online to read news and comments to learn, please I'm a graduate of french from the University of Lagos, with professional qualification on I.T (MCITP), please should you have any good opportunity for me, please my contact is 08067182541 (WhatsApp,mobile) conclusively my mail is talk2ladun@gmail.com. thank you
Re: How Young Nigerians Are Investing To Leave The Country by Emotionss: 2:38pm On Sep 06, 2019
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Jaqenhghar:

The problem with you people is you think money is everything. Whats the wisdom of money when you are constantly living like a prisoner

u only life like a prisoner if you choose too.
If you don't want to be addressed and treated like a prisoner, go and earn money (legitimately) simple.

In Nigeria having money is very important for your sake and the sake of your children.

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Re: How Young Nigerians Are Investing To Leave The Country by franchasng: 2:40pm On Sep 06, 2019
InvertedHammer:
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Nigeria can never be good if the only plan is for everyone to leave. The citizens of the countries they are running to didn't leave when it hit them. They stood up and fought the system to make it better. Hong Kong, as nice as it, has recently has her own share of uprising. The citizens challenged the status quo ante until the leaders threw in the towel. The problem with Nigeria is more of selfishness than anything else as there is no other reason why politicians numbering less than 2000 can effectively mess up and control the lives of about 200m people.

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tribalism is what destroyed Nigeria and the only reason Nigeria will never rise to become a great nation.

I was converted to a full tribalist after seeing how other Nigerians I treat with fairness treat my own tribesmen, I became convinced that Nigeria has no future to be good, the country needs to be peacefully divided for the greater good of all Nigerians.


If Nigeria as a Yoruba only nation or Hausa only nation or Igbo only nation or Fulani only nation, they can be united to challenge the leaders to change things but Nigeria with its multiple tribes with their various selfish interest will never agree with other tribes to challenge government especially if it's their tribesmen that are in power.

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Re: How Young Nigerians Are Investing To Leave The Country by TempleHouse: 2:41pm On Sep 06, 2019
Why would reasonable people leave an amazing county with beautiful weather, beautiful women and migrate to a country where you're not welcome and the weather is very naughty
I would rather remain in Nigeria and fight for my place!

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Re: How Young Nigerians Are Investing To Leave The Country by franchasng: 2:41pm On Sep 06, 2019
JoBabs:


You are quite right with this, not all members are active members, some do come online to read news and comments to learn, please I'm a graduate of french from the University of Lagos, with professional qualification on I.T (MCITP), please should you have any good opportunity for me, please my contact is 08067182541 (WhatsApp,mobile) conclusively my mail is talk2ladun@gmail.com. thank you
if you can read, write and speak French fluently then you have higher chances of securing a Canada PR, give it a try

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Re: How Young Nigerians Are Investing To Leave The Country by franchasng: 2:44pm On Sep 06, 2019
TempleHouse:
Why would reasonable people leave an amazing county with beautiful weather, beautiful women and migrate to a country where you're not welcome and the weather is very naughty
I would rather remain in Nigeria and fight for my place!

hahahahahaha, the uncountable number of ukwulicious women all over Nigeria is worth staying back in Nigeria to enjoy my brother, you get better eyes cheesy

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Re: How Young Nigerians Are Investing To Leave The Country by Budline1(m): 2:44pm On Sep 06, 2019
AwkaetitiBabe:
I'll make my greens here and travel out simply for holidays unless boo got different plans cool
What you said is still the best tho but will the Nigerian present condition make you make enough greens? undecided
Re: How Young Nigerians Are Investing To Leave The Country by LewinskyMon: 2:45pm On Sep 06, 2019
InvertedHammer:
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Nigeria can never be good if the only plan is for everyone to leave. The citizens of the countries they are running to didn't leave when it hit them. They stood up and fought the system to make it better. Hong Kong, as nice as it, has recently has her own share of uprising. The citizens challenged the status quo ante until the leaders threw in the towel. The problem with Nigeria is more of selfishness than anything else as there is no other reason why politicians numbering less than 2000 can effectively mess up and control the lives of about 200m people.

/
cool
Re: How Young Nigerians Are Investing To Leave The Country by Nobody: 2:45pm 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.

I get your point. But what about a situation where acquiring certifications require a lot of funds how do we do it? I am learning skills mostly on the programming and data science angle, as well as taking courses on udemy to ensure that I can find innovative solutions to problems. But getting that dream job is just....
I just rounded up NYSC in July this year.
Re: How Young Nigerians Are Investing To Leave The Country by Mcslize: 2:46pm 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.

Kindly list some of the tech skills.

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Re: How Young Nigerians Are Investing To Leave The Country by Jaqenhghar: 2:46pm On Sep 06, 2019
Emotionss:
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u only life like a prisoner if you choose too.
If you don't want to be addressed and treated like a prisoner, go and earn money (legitimately) simple.

In Nigeria having money is very important for your sake and the sake of your children.
..and the quality of life? Do you even realise that there is noth9ng of substance your money can buy for you in that dump? You must bribe your way at every turn, buy generator, you cant even buy any car you want because there are no roads+ buying a very expensive car is an invitation for robbers and kidnappers. You have to build mega high wire fences and fence yourself in. Tell me how that is living .

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Re: How Young Nigerians Are Investing To Leave The Country by JoBabs(m): 2:48pm On Sep 06, 2019
franchasng:
if you can read, write and speak French fluently then you have higher chances of securing a Canada PR, give it a try


Yh, i will bro, are you on whatsapp? If u r please let's chat...
Re: How Young Nigerians Are Investing To Leave The Country by Budline1(m): 2:50pm On Sep 06, 2019
Emotionss:
With 3million I can start up something reasonable for myself. Rather than waste it because I want to travel out
3M isn't much at all. I'll rather use that 3M to move to a better country. Think about your family bruh. When we're talking about like 30M plus now, I can stay back in Nigeria, invest in big projects. And I'll only travel outside for vacation or to go have my kids so they can be nationalities of some good countries.
Re: How Young Nigerians Are Investing To Leave The Country by Emotionss: 2:50pm On Sep 06, 2019
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Denikayan:


Know what?

You will spend all your profit to maintain a quality life.

Do you have an idea what a quality life entails?

Except you want to be suffering and smiling to the bank.

Or dip your hands in illegitimate deals which in the long run will end you back to 0

I don't know about you but as for me 3 millions is more than enough to make me start up a business and nurture to grow. I currently have 2 cars that I use as uber and currently trying to buy another one. Guess what ? The money I used to start was not even up to a million. The profit from the first car and my monthly salaries was what I used to buy the second and about to buy the third one.

Too be successful in life having a dream is not a enough. You must be willing to sacrifice some pleasure ble and comfortable lifestyles to succeed.

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Re: How Young Nigerians Are Investing To Leave The Country by mascot87(m): 2:50pm On Sep 06, 2019
lagdmark:

Those of us outside the country are tired after such a long time i wish to relocate back to Lagos my city,
Although I visit regularly, nothing like living in one's country of origin.

Let me come and experience the tiredness first

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Re: How Young Nigerians Are Investing To Leave The Country by saniby: 2:51pm On Sep 06, 2019
Jayslicky:
shocked

If you have enough money to leave Nigeria please leave, the Nigerian society is bad to the health and mental well being of a person.

"And do not expect those who labour so much to live and keep Nigeria working to bail you out of the troubles you encounter in the foreign land"
Ask Libya returnees for their experience.
For avoidance of doubt, THERE IS NO PLACE LIKE HOME. WORK HARD TO MAKE NIGERIA WORK WELL. STOP CUTTING CORNERS. AVOID DRUG TRAFFICKING, CORRUPTION, CULTISM AND STRIVE TO OPEN NEW LEGITIMATE OPPORTUNITIES FOR YOUR SELF AND FELLOW COUNTRY MEN.
That's the only way out of our huge population problem.

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Re: How Young Nigerians Are Investing To Leave The Country by Budline1(m): 2:53pm On Sep 06, 2019
Kayouzka:
I'll rather buy land at ikorodu of ibeju lekki with that 3m
3M isn't that much. Think about your family. You have a chance of getting jobs outside the country.

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