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Coronavirus Lockdown: A Nairalander In Ireland Shares His Experience (Photos) / My 2017 Summer And Fall Adventure In Canada / Nigerian Girl Living In Ireland Narrates Challenges Of Being Black Abroad (2) (3) (4)
|Re: Adventure In Ireland by Nobody: 8:19am On Mar 21|
Chiggsglover:Pls reply your PM
|Re: Adventure In Ireland by Petyprincess(f): 8:41am On Mar 21|
AllforJesus7:Please loud it!!! Even that my friend is complaining nw he spent millions of naira for a post graduate course nd after two years he could only get a factory job! I'm pretty sure if he had chosen Switzerland,denmark or even Austria he can easily get a descent job! Canada is immigration friendly to the extent foreigners hardly get a suitable job! I always advice people to go to country with less immigrant because you have more opportunities nd options! If you can learn the language of these countries i listed trust me you can easily find a descent nd well paying including in Norway
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|Re: Adventure In Ireland by Chiggsglover(m): 8:44am On Mar 21|
ZINIBANKS:I won't lie, it wasn't when I was in Nigeria, its supposed to be the UK, but there's not much difference. But Snow can be a huge hassle, the weather here is Perfecto.
|Re: Adventure In Ireland by Chiggsglover(m): 8:51am On Mar 21|
Petyprincess:Yeah true, I really hold myself to high standard and deserve the best.
With all the cultural shock, I'll now another person white pikin that can tell me to my face Bleep off. I go beat.....
I've seen a single case, small sharp black man with one white lady that's on the huge side, its obvious he wont Look at her side in his country.
Even the rich blacks will achieve that in the UK and USA.
|Re: Adventure In Ireland by ZINIBANKS: 8:52am On Mar 21|
Chiggsglover:Ok me self na Netherlands I wan go but don't want to go through study route
Maybe their PR first then when am working I can study
Bro no give eye to all those your former girlfriend for Niaja O
|Re: Adventure In Ireland by Chiggsglover(m): 8:54am On Mar 21|
PM will be great for questions that are very specific.
When its asked and answered here, it's going to benefit and assist those that with lots of questions in their mind.
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|Re: Adventure In Ireland by Nobody: 8:56am On Mar 21|
OK. Kindly shed more light in how you get the menial jobs. Also how did you get your part time job?
I PMed you because I'm actually in Ireland and we can connect.
|Re: Adventure In Ireland by Chiggsglover(m): 9:01am On Mar 21|
USA hasn't been doing well recently, Trump is closing the borders for a reason.
Canada is very Golden, the snow.....
The issue with Finland is language, Finish I guess, following the thread, the guy there is doing well.
You see of you apply to that country, your chances of visa success is high.
Germany also is Fantabulous, Language is the major barrier.
Ireland has their own language but its taught in their schools, because most of them drop out of school, some dont learn their local language as it should be.
|Re: Adventure In Ireland by Petyprincess(f): 9:04am On Mar 21|
Chiggsglover:Lol you ehh
I'm glad you have some self respect! Nw this is someone that is honest nd have know the reality of a white man's country! But if you were to find an attractive young white girl nd she's interested in you will you go for her?Or you naturally not interested in white girls?
|Re: Adventure In Ireland by Chiggsglover(m): 9:09am On Mar 21|
ZINIBANKS:You can research then, I really don't know much about their entry methods apart from study. Enter legit so you be able to work and sleep easy
|Re: Adventure In Ireland by Chiggsglover(m): 9:10am On Mar 21|
ZINIBANKS:As per naija girls, I know the code I dey use for time. Lol
|Re: Adventure In Ireland by ZINIBANKS: 9:15am On Mar 21|
Chiggsglover:Ok thanks for your time and consideration
You're a brother from another mother
And extend my greetings to the bitches and single mama over there tell them baba for the girls is giving them a shout -out here in Niaja
|Re: Adventure In Ireland by Chiggsglover(m): 9:17am On Mar 21|
AllforJesus7:For students and part time jobs, its straightforward. I wish I knew this, I had to probe and investigate to get this info I'm about to share.
It used to be that you print CV, carry envelopes and be distributing upandown.
All that is required of you is to walk in to a Recruitment Agency, and get a job For Free.
Depending on the job, you might be needed to get Food safety certificate if you work as a Barista or restaurant or Manual handling certification if you wanna work in a warehouse. Each of them is a few hours course, €35 each.
For official jobs, apply online, LinkedIn. Scatter CV in the virtual space like seeds.
I got mine on Facebook, It was advertised by an Agency and I pinged them and that was it. I didnt pay a cent, no be kobo here.
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|Re: Adventure In Ireland by Chiggsglover(m): 9:20am On Mar 21|
Petyprincess:I wont say I'm not interested in white girls, I'm curious actually, i would love to know what its like but, curiosity kills the Chiggs, I dont want my head to be bashed by a jealous white male. Even holding hands on the road, will attract stares.
|Re: Adventure In Ireland by Phelixblaq(m): 9:24am On Mar 21|
Good info, how much is per hour job and how long can you work daily or monthly. What are the scope behind the earning much so you can sustain and have savings?
|Re: Adventure In Ireland by Chiggsglover(m): 9:24am On Mar 21|
ZINIBANKS:Lol, will do that.
|Re: Adventure In Ireland by Petyprincess(f): 9:25am On Mar 21|
Chiggsglover:Haha funny guy, infact the lady will be stigmatized because they believe "once you go black we dnt want you back" So their lady seems to avoid black guys because of the society! White guys are really protective of their women
|Re: Adventure In Ireland by Segunagagu(m): 10:13am On Mar 21|
Petyprincess:This is soooooooo true!!!!!!!!!!!!
|Re: Adventure In Ireland by Chiggsglover(m): 10:19am On Mar 21|
Spent a long time waiting after I boarded, there were no more chairs, Murtala airport eh, had to be standing.
My mum with arthritis stood so much that she had to put her bag on the floor and sit, she thought its Nigeria.
When I got to Qatar, I saw that Nigeria was where I can confidently say, I pitied my grandmother, grand father, and uncle who died without seeing something better.
As I type, the Irish government has made a move to pay people for losing their job due to Corona virus. Can you imagine that.
The indian ambassador to Ireland has assured indian students that wont be sent out of the hostel here in Ireland. The question I asked was where is our ambassador, is he there to eat salary or do his job?
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|Re: Adventure In Ireland by Chiggsglover(m): 10:32am On Mar 21|
Looking back, after I boarded, It felt good sitting inside, the light inside the plane, boarding music, and all just felt right. I researched and took the window seat so I can enjoy the view, it felt great, wasn't disturbed at all. I got up once to take a leak.
The two gentlemen had to stand up for me.
That stuff you see is a touchscreen remote to the little screen at the perfect angle for eyes with a retractable cord.
The seat belt was quite old, I get why people get confused and need help. These folks are smart, they provide directions for almost everything. People see and do not observe.
With some fiddling, the stuff locked and I was secured and ready for the Next big challenge.
The challenge was Big cos it's my first time and I took a window seat at the tail of the plane, learnt my lesson o.
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|Re: Adventure In Ireland by Chiggsglover(m): 10:37am On Mar 21|
Petyprincess:Go black as how, some of them are curious. One was winking at me in the bus, I was seriously deep in thought then, it caught me off guard that I didnt just grinned.
They have lots of insecurities, they're just laid back. I dont know if its the cold.
|Re: Adventure In Ireland by olalekan9320(m): 10:39am On Mar 21|
Petyprincess:In western European country like Ireland ? I don't think I believe this
|Re: Adventure In Ireland by Petyprincess(f): 10:43am On Mar 21|
Chiggsglover:You never heard the word? It literally mean "once you date a black guy we dnt want you back" bt their lady are very curious especially in a country with few black immigrants! They will prefer satisfying their curiosity rather than being in a serious relationship.
I really do enjoy your thread, it seems you booked a window seat specially because most travellers love seating beside the window nd what airline did you use?
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|Re: Adventure In Ireland by Hadampson(m): 10:45am On Mar 21|
Dating a single mother is not a bad thing as long as she has the qualities needed in a woman.. C'est fini
|Re: Adventure In Ireland by Hadampson(m): 10:46am On Mar 21|
Oga opay, drop me here abeg
Boss, thanks for the mention
|Re: Adventure In Ireland by Petyprincess(f): 10:49am On Mar 21|
Hadampson:Will you date a Nigerian single mother? Most Nigerian guys stigmatized single mother nd ladies above 30 by calling them evening newspaper bt they can marry a great grand ma for green card nd you will hear them saying age is just a number all in the name of green card
|Re: Adventure In Ireland by Chiggsglover(m): 10:50am On Mar 21|
Petyprincess:I'm just two months plus in country unlike una wey don dey. Its crazy tho, if I was in the USA, I for don cruise.
Qatar, very cheap for my date.
|Re: Adventure In Ireland by Petyprincess(f): 10:53am On Mar 21|
olalekan9320:Better start believing b4 reality drawns on you! Even the OP agreed nd he is a student in Ireland
UK might be exception though because interracial couples are really common there with lots of immigrants nd open minded people!
|Re: Adventure In Ireland by Chiggsglover(m): 10:55am On Mar 21|
Hadampson:My boss is here.
how your Germany persuit
|Re: Adventure In Ireland by Petyprincess(f): 11:00am On Mar 21|
Chiggsglover:Have only visited nd i have a white boyfriend so i know literally everything about Europe! Bt trust me you gonna get used to it nd you will definitely make some friends not necessarily Nigerian friends
Wish you all the very best!! I'm still following your thread though
|Re: Adventure In Ireland by Chiggsglover(m): 11:01am On Mar 21|
Very true, i spoke to an Irish lecturer, just chatting while the students settle. She was asking me how I found the country, weather, people. I told her I love the weather and she was surprised. But the people are too dull, she laughed and said, ireland opened the borders just 30yrs ago. So the people need time to adjust. That is why they'll shine their eyes like they swallow eba bigger than their throat.
|Re: Adventure In Ireland by CornOak: 11:03am On Mar 21|
Yes, it used to be super fantabulous. But right now, they seem to have closed the doors on Nigerian students. Getting an interview date has now become extremely hard.
The result? Nigerian students are now looking elsewhere. Quite painful.
By the way, I am enjoying your thread. Can't just wait for the next update.
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