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Nigerians: Our Views About Other Countries by HeavenlyHolines(m): 11:26am On Apr 22, 2020
A legend once said 'it's better to b a slave in your country than to b a king in another man's land'. Anytime there is a thread about Canada Australia, USA,Germany etc n how you can get there,you will how our blood will b hot to know n how to get there without considering how we can Change our own country. Many of them were like us and they didn't change theirs by running away. They used different methods which r intrinsic in nature to bring a desirable change.
We shouldn't hype many of these countries because sincerely we r really blessed in every ramifications the problems is greed that is imbedded in our blood. Most of them r not better than us intellectually n if you know what they say about us academically, you will be shock. I always tell them anytime they ask me in class about my nationality that I am a NIGERIAN n I am not ashamed. Please let's join hands n make Nigeria great. No hate speech,forget religion affiliation,ensue peace, reject tribalism n nepotism. Change begins with you and charity begins at home. Thanks and God bless.
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Re: Nigerians: Our Views About Other Countries by Gordieshegz(m): 11:31am On Apr 22, 2020
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Re: Nigerians: Our Views About Other Countries by daddytime(m): 11:48am On Apr 22, 2020
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Re: Nigerians: Our Views About Other Countries by ZKOSOSO(m): 12:01pm On Apr 22, 2020
HeavenlyHolines:
A legend once said 'it's better to b a slave in your country than to b a king in another man's land'. Anytime there is a thread about Canada Australia, USA,Germany etc n how you can get there,you will how our blood will b hot to know n how to get there without considering how we can Change our own country. Many of them were like us and they didn't change theirs by running away. They used different methods which r intrinsic in nature to bring a desirable change.
We shouldn't hype many of these countries because sincerely we r really blessed in every ramifications the problems is greed that is imbedded in our blood. Most of them r not better than us intellectually n if you know what they say about us academically, you will be shock. I always tell them anytime they ask me in class about my nationality that I am a NIGERIAN n I am not ashamed. Please let's join hands n make Nigeria great. No hate speech,forget religion affiliation,ensue peace, reject tribalism n nepotism. Change begins with you and charity begins at home. Thanks and God bless.
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You are just like my people scattered across Europe, American, Canada,, Spain, Italy who often preach patriotism to me. How we need to sit back and develop our country bla bla bla.....!
You see that 99% of people running to live,work and school abroad are mostly Southerners and Christians. Have ever noticed that HausaFulanis are very content with living large in Nigeria?? South is their US, UK, Canada etc. Opportunities are reserved for them after studies by blocking the Southerners out of Federal jobs thereby creating huge unemployment that usually make them to seek foreign living.

You can't be patriotic when Nepotism and hateful north is never ready to create a elvel playing field for all.
Nigeria will remain a zoo untill we divide the cesspit

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Re: Nigerians: Our Views About Other Countries by SouthNigerian: 12:05pm On Apr 22, 2020
Well Written!

To make Nigeria rise on her feet is one of the hardest job a man can put on himself.

Truth is the Nigerian problem is our fundamental beliefs about who we are, we mostly believe we are not good enough.

In our personal lives, majority Nigerians lacks confidence in oneself, a Nigerian believes in strength & ability of his brother than his while the brother also thinks reversely.
Re: Nigerians: Our Views About Other Countries by HeavenlyHolines(m): 12:29pm On Apr 22, 2020
My dear I understand you very well. Even my Nigerian's boss also doesn't like Nigeria n Nigerians because of their lifestyles but we can still make it d Nigeria of our dream. We have a heritage to protect n a culture to preserve. We can't say because a container is bad which should dispose d content. Nigeria is my country n I don't hide my hidden. Although people pretend with accents or behaviour but I don't. We can make Nigeria great
ZKOSOSO:

You are just like my people scattered across Europe, American, Canada,, Spain, Italy who often preach patriotism to me. How we need to sit back and develop our country bla bla bla.....!
You see that 99% of people running to live,work and school abroad are mostly Southerners and Christians. Have ever noticed that HausaFulanis are very content with living large in Nigeria?? South is their US, UK, Canada etc. Opportunities are reserved for them after studies by blocking the Southerners out of Federal jobs thereby creating huge unemployment that usually make them to seek foreign living.

You can't be patriotic when Nepotism and hateful north is never ready to create a elvel playing field for all.
Nigeria will remain a zoo untill we divide the cesspit
Re: Nigerians: Our Views About Other Countries by HeavenlyHolines(m): 12:31pm On Apr 22, 2020
My dear no place like home. Sincerely when I read how to get PR or RP in other countries, I use to wonder what will happen to our posterity. If u do ur part n I do mine,we can be great again
SouthNigerian:
Well Written!

To make Nigeria rise on her feet is one of the hardest job a man can put on himself.

Truth is the Nigerian problem is our fundamental beliefs about who we are, we mostly believe we are not good enough.

In our personal lives, majority Nigerians lacks confidence in oneself, a Nigerian believes in strength & ability of his brother than his while the brother also thinks reversely.

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Re: Nigerians: Our Views About Other Countries by babyfaceafrica: 12:32pm On Apr 22, 2020
Smh

Re: Nigerians: Our Views About Other Countries by CYBERWEAVER(m): 12:39pm On Apr 22, 2020
Who else noticed Nigeria Federal Capital Territory FCT now Katsina state
Re: Nigerians: Our Views About Other Countries by SouthNigerian: 7:22pm On Apr 22, 2020
HeavenlyHolines:
My dear no place like home. Sincerely when I read how to get PR or RP in other countries, I use to wonder what will happen to our posterity. If u do ur part n I do mine,we can be great again
Hhmmm... I believe Nigeria will be great again in the not too distant future.. a handful of people like you are enough to make Nigeria rise again. Bless you.
Re: Nigerians: Our Views About Other Countries by HeavenlyHolines(m): 7:23pm On Apr 22, 2020
I am praying God to help me. By 2023,we will find visionary leaders
SouthNigerian:

Hhmmm... I believe Nigeria will be great again in the not too distant future.. a handful of people like you are enough to make Nigeria rise again. Bless you.
Re: Nigerians: Our Views About Other Countries by SouthNigerian: 7:28pm On Apr 22, 2020
HeavenlyHolines:
I am praying God to help me. By 2023,we will find visionary leaders
We are praying God help us, by 2023 we will find & elect visionary leaders. Amen.

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