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Moving Back To Nigeria After The Lockdown by Snaagg(m): 8:15pm On May 19
Nigerians abroad, how many of you are considering relocating back to the 'motherland' once this whole pandemic/lockdown debacle is over?

If you are, state your reasons here..

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Re: Moving Back To Nigeria After The Lockdown by sweetmelanin(f): 8:34pm On May 19
Move back to Nigeria? Lol
You couldn't pay me enough to do so. I can't and I won't!

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Re: Moving Back To Nigeria After The Lockdown by OgbeniOptional(m): 8:56pm On May 19
You should be asking how are we moving out of this country OP.

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Re: Moving Back To Nigeria After The Lockdown by Liodins: 9:18pm On May 19
Moving back to Nigeria to come do what?

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Re: Moving Back To Nigeria After The Lockdown by Snaagg(m): 9:32pm On May 19
sweetmelanin:
Move back to Nigeria? Lol
You couldn't pay me enough to do so. I can't and I won't!
OgbeniOptional:
You should be asking how are we moving out of this country OP.
Liodins:
Moving back to Nigeria to come do what?


Haba! There are people seriously considering it o... mainly for that sense of "community" smiley

I know someone planning to move back before the end of the year in case there's a second wave of this pandemic. That way, she can be with her friends / family during a second (and possibly more stricter) lockdown.

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Re: Moving Back To Nigeria After The Lockdown by Lexusgs430: 9:46pm On May 19
Snaagg:
Nigerians abroad, how many of you are considering relocating back to the 'motherland' once this whole pandemic/lockdown debacle is over?

If you are, state your reasons here..



Is Buhari planning to share proper palliatives?..... cheesy

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Re: Moving Back To Nigeria After The Lockdown by ZINIBANKS: 10:19pm On May 19
Op you made a mistake it's a typo error
You want to say -
Which country will you migrate to after the pandemic

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Re: Moving Back To Nigeria After The Lockdown by michlins(m): 10:35pm On May 19
Snaagg:



Haba! There are people seriously considering it o... mainly for that sense of "community" smiley

I know someone planning to move back before the end of the year in case there's a second wave of this pandemic. That way, she can be with her friends / family during a second (and possibly more stricter) lockdown.
second, third or thirty wave,. In all you do, make sure you stay far away from this country

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Re: Moving Back To Nigeria After The Lockdown by Jayson504(m): 11:32am On May 20
You want to come back to this shit hole of a country called Nigeria? Lmao grin. You better stay where you are for your own good grin Naija na SCAM!!

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Re: Moving Back To Nigeria After The Lockdown by JewelStone(f): 12:02pm On May 20
I'm not gonna lie...I miss Nigeria sometimes which makes me flirt with the idea of splitting my time there when my kids are older. I miss my family, my friends and the sense of community.

But then I remember lack of internet and electricity, horrific healthcare system, bad roads, bigotry, lack of value for human life, insecurity, police brutality, immense corruption, tribalism, crumbling or non-existent economy and a million other horrible things. This quickly resets my mind.

My solution which I'm currently working on is to bring my sisters and my best friend over to live in Sydney with me and make good living for themselves. Then I won't have any business with Nigeria anymore except to visit my parents every two years.

So to answer your question: no, nein, never!!!

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Re: Moving Back To Nigeria After The Lockdown by Minsk24: 12:54pm On May 20
Nice Thread OP... Nigerians in Nigeria Please keep mute and allow people in reference to give their opinion...
Be Warned!!
Nigerians Abroad, Over to You

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Re: Moving Back To Nigeria After The Lockdown by Dollywood(m): 3:09pm On May 20
Op, you wanna leave your place of comfort and share hellfire with us here? Haha you're welcome sir!

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Re: Moving Back To Nigeria After The Lockdown by Kuns84(m): 6:04am On May 21
Dollywood:
Op, you wanna leave your place of comfort and share hellfire with us here? Haha you're welcome sir!

You refer to our country as hellfire? How so

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Re: Moving Back To Nigeria After The Lockdown by gees101(m): 7:57am On May 21
Op e be like u be winch oh make dem cum back where ?

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Re: Moving Back To Nigeria After The Lockdown by Liodins: 8:30am On May 21
Snaagg:



Haba! There are people seriously considering it o... mainly for that sense of "community" smiley

I know someone planning to move back before the end of the year in case there's a second wave of this pandemic. That way, she can be with her friends / family during a second (and possibly more stricter) lockdown.

Congrats to that person

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Re: Moving Back To Nigeria After The Lockdown by RuudVanNisteroy: 8:44am On May 21
JewelStone:
I'm not gonna lie...I miss Nigeria sometimes which makes me flirt with the idea of splitting my time there when my kids are older. I miss my family, my friends and the sense of community.

But then I remember lack of internet and electricity, horrific healthcare system, bad roads, bigotry, lack of value for human life, insecurity, police brutality, immense corruption, tribalism, crumbling or non-existent economy and a million other horrible things. This quickly resets my mind.

My solution which I'm currently working on is to bring my sisters and my best friend over to live in Sydney with me and make good living for themselves. Then I won't have any business with Nigeria anymore except to visit my parents every two years.

So to answer your question: no, nein, never!!!

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Re: Moving Back To Nigeria After The Lockdown by Dollywood(m): 11:44am On May 21
Kuns84:


You refer to our country as hellfire? How so


Nigeria share similarities with hellfire

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Re: Moving Back To Nigeria After The Lockdown by Mcslize: 1:21pm On May 21
Snaagg:
Nigerians abroad, how many of you are considering relocating back to the 'motherland' once this whole pandemic/lockdown debacle is over?

If you are, state your reasons here..


Op has your visa expired? Come and join us. After all this is our mothers' land. We need people like you to come and have a taste of our golden paradise Nigeria.

We now have 24hrs light o. Have you heard? Our roads are all tide now and smooth to drive in. No more potholes. No more kidnapping. In fact, you can dress any how you want and walk the streets of Nigeria, no police man will term you yahoo boy for dressing nice.

We now have clean pipe borne water o. All streets are electrified. During this coronavirus, Nigeria government even gave all of us N150,000 as palliative. We are all living well now. no more kidnapping.

Bro, can you believe education is now free from Primary to University level? Our hospitals are now well equipped. In fact, politicians no longer travel abroad for treatment. Pls return, we will welcome you with open arms.

Happy arrival in advance!

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Re: Moving Back To Nigeria After The Lockdown by Karac: 3:30pm On May 21
Lol... When village people are at work is when you start thinking of coming back to Nigeria. They will give you thousands of unreasonable reasons why you should relocate. Na when you reach Naija finish eyes go clear. smiley

Make una no reason that level at all. This place called Nigeria is half-hell.

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Re: Moving Back To Nigeria After The Lockdown by Beautyaddy: 4:20pm On May 21
Lexusgs430:



Is Buhari planning to share proper palliatives?..... cheesy

Lol!...IKR cheesy

Mcslize:


Op has your visa expired? Come and join us. After all this is our mothers' land. We need people like you to come and have a taste of our golden paradise Nigeria.

We now have 24hrs light o. Have you heard? Our roads are all tide now and smooth to drive in. No more potholes. No more kidnapping. In fact, you can dress any how you want and walk the streets of Nigeria, no police man will term you yahoo boy for dressing nice.

We now have clean pipe borne water o. All streets are electrified. During this coronavirus, Nigeria government even gave all of us N150,000 as palliative. We are all living well now. no more kidnapping.

Bro, can you believe education is now free from Primary to University level? Our hospitals are now well equipped. In fact, politicians no longer travel abroad for treatment. Pls return, we will welcome you with open arms.

Happy arrival in advance!

Buahahahahaha!!!! cheesy

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Re: Moving Back To Nigeria After The Lockdown by djfabmusik(m): 5:09pm On May 21
is like coming to Nigeria the second time after death, who would want to take such silly decision

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Re: Moving Back To Nigeria After The Lockdown by Kuns84(m): 9:17pm On May 21
Mcslize:


Op has your visa expired? Come and join us. After all this is our mothers' land. We need people like you to come and have a taste of our golden paradise Nigeria.

We now have 24hrs light o. Have you heard? Our roads are all tide now and smooth to drive in. No more potholes. No more kidnapping. In fact, you can dress any how you want and walk the streets of Nigeria, no police man will term you yahoo boy for dressing nice.

We now have clean pipe borne water o. All streets are electrified. During this coronavirus, Nigeria government even gave all of us N150,000 as palliative. We are all living well now. no more kidnapping.

Bro, can you believe education is now free from Primary to University level? Our hospitals are now well equipped. In fact, politicians no longer travel abroad for treatment. Pls return, we will welcome you with open arms.

Happy arrival in advance!

Nawa. God help us in this country.
Although some people are still enjoying Naija as is.

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Re: Moving Back To Nigeria After The Lockdown by dasparrow: 3:39am On May 22
Snaagg:
Nigerians abroad, how many of you are considering relocating back to the 'motherland' once this whole pandemic/lockdown debacle is over?

If you are, state your reasons here..


Move back to Nigeria when I know I am not insane? Actually, I did move back to Nigeria from the States during Goodluck Jonathan's era but it became clear to me that I just can't live in Nigeria again so couple years back, I left Nigeria again.

Culturally, I just don't fit into the Nigerian society. My mindset and ideologies are quite different from your typical Nigerian mindset and ideology.

I don't miss the mosquitoes, malaria, typhoid, dust, heat, overpopulation, haggling prices when one wants to purchase something, tribalism, bigotry, lack of constant power supply and water supply, rising cost of living but low wages, employers in the habit of owing employees salary for months, insecurity, Nigerians not knowing how to respect personal boundaries and/or mind their business. Nigeria is just not conducive for me.

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Re: Moving Back To Nigeria After The Lockdown by sweetmelanin(f): 9:16am On May 22
dasparrow:


Move back to Nigeria when I know I am not insane? Actually, I did move back to Nigeria from the States during Goodluck Jonathan's era but it became clear to me that I just can't live in Nigeria again so couple years back, I left Nigeria again.

Culturally, I just don't fit into the Nigerian society. My mindset and ideologies are quite different from your typical Nigerian mindset and ideology.

I don't miss the mosquitoes, malaria, typhoid, dust, heat, overpopulation, haggling prices when one wants to purchase something, tribalism, bigotry, lack of constant power supply and water supply, rising cost of living but low wages, employers in the habit of owing employees salary for months, insecurity, Nigerians not knowing how to respect personal boundaries and/or mind their business. Nigeria is just not conducive for me
.

Same here.

This my exact reason(s) why I cannot live there.

The general mindset & way of life is just so exasperating.

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Re: Moving Back To Nigeria After The Lockdown by Lislekelsey: 1:12pm On May 22
JewelStone:
I'm not gonna lie...I miss Nigeria sometimes which makes me flirt with the idea of splitting my time there when my kids are older. I miss my family, my friends and the sense of community.

But then I remember lack of internet and electricity, horrific healthcare system, bad roads, bigotry, lack of value for human life, insecurity, police brutality, immense corruption, tribalism, crumbling or non-existent economy and a million other horrible things. This quickly resets my mind.

My solution which I'm currently working on is to bring my sisters and my best friend over to live in Sydney with me and make good living for themselves. Then I won't have any business with Nigeria anymore except to visit my parents every two years.

So to answer your question: no, nein, never!!!


Errmmmm howwww? I'm trying to apply for visa 190 pr 491... I have 80 points. Minus nominations headache wan kill meeee. Must visa 491 applicant have a proof of employment? And do you think Victoria will nominate me with 80points to make 85? Plisss ehn ep me out with an answer. I've gone online sotay i have migraines.

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Re: Moving Back To Nigeria After The Lockdown by Ishilove: 6:48pm On May 22
Heh. If you can live in Nigeria, you can survive anywhere in the world.

Nigerians in the homeland need to undergo a radical change of mindset before we can see things move forward.

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Re: Moving Back To Nigeria After The Lockdown by MrPRevailer(m): 7:32pm On May 22
As the lockdowns are lifted, cheesy don’t forget these 10 basic FACTS about the Wuhan coronavirus, or we’ll all suffer a catastrophic second wave of deaths planned by the globalists shocked

https://www.naturalnews.com/2020-05-19-as-lockdowns-lifted-dont-forget-these-10-basic-facts-about-the-wuhan-coronavirus.html

Re: Moving Back To Nigeria After The Lockdown by Kingsleydr(m): 7:33pm On May 22
sweetmelanin:
Move back to Nigeria? Lol
You couldn't pay me enough to do so. I can't and I won't!
olosho in Dubai pays better abi

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Re: Moving Back To Nigeria After The Lockdown by Chirowman(m): 7:33pm On May 22
going back
Re: Moving Back To Nigeria After The Lockdown by bluefilm: 7:33pm On May 22
Snaagg:
Nigerians abroad, how many of you are considering relocating back to the 'motherland' once this whole pandemic/lockdown debacle is over?

If you are, state your reasons here..


Hope you ain't tryna mock some niggaz with this thread?

Why should someone be thinking of relocating whereas the corona impact is global?

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Re: Moving Back To Nigeria After The Lockdown by NaijadrivaCars: 7:33pm On May 22
Re: Moving Back To Nigeria After The Lockdown by 24kmagic: 7:33pm On May 22
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