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Re: How Did You Feel The First Day You Travelled Abroad? by Timagex(m): 10:49pm On Apr 07, 2023
franchasng:
every passing day, every ticking seconds, Nigeria is being turned to ruins by a class of foolish, heartless, diabolocal and nonchalant set of people called political office holders and the worst part of it is that they are being worshipped and adored and cheered on by a group of more foolish, oppressed, dejected group called Nigerian youths.


Come 2023, Nigerian youths will help install another failure, nodowell, corrupt, tribalistic, nonchalant, inconsiderate, unrepentant failure like Buhari as next President and ask them their reason for supporting such a failure again He is from their tribe. He is from their religious group. Yet after 6 months of committing such grievous crime of helping to install a thief, a failure, they will come back online to beg for job, beg for money, beg for visa, beg for business idea and never accept their stupidity.


Nigeria deserve to be wiped off from the face of earth to make the world a safer place for other reasonable nations because the continuous existence of Nigeria is a threat to global peace, threat to global sanity, threat to other developed nations because as they watch idly and allow Nigeria to continue to exist and turn into ruins everyday, Nigeria will be the birthplace of all manner of human societal vices like fraud, scam, terrorism, human cannibalism, ritual killings, disease outbreaks, sophisticated robbers and thieves, just name it.


I pity white people for watching idly as Nigeria turns to total ruins because whether they like it or not, Nigeria will be a global problem with time, you can bookmark this page.


Nigerian youths need to join efforts and match to Aso Rock and all Nigerian state capitals and bring out the President, governors, etc and burn them to ashes as warning to other Nigerians that enough is enough, if not, Nigeria will become a dump site where all evils of the world is manufactured

Looks like your prophecy came to pass... 😁
Re: How Did You Feel The First Day You Travelled Abroad? by Obitroy(m): 5:08pm On Apr 08, 2023
[quote author=sotherefore post=87130083]Personally I have not yet traveled out of the country as am still waiting for the lord to bless my hustle.

If you have travelled to any civilized country then tell us your experience the day you wanted to travel overseas for the first time. How was it? Was there any challenge? Were you HAPPY? Was it a fun experience?

How did you feel when you arrived your destination?








Men I was very young then was jumping from one queue to another one I was sacred to face the immigration officer but I finally gain confidence and face him after seeing my friend been stamped in I jumped to the line of my friend again luckey I was stamped in too

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