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|Advise For People That Want Leave Nigeria by Xeeex: 2:38pm On May 27, 2020|
My advice to undergraduates is that you should start your search now. Make up your mind and invest your time into it. If If you want to go to a country that don't speak English, start learning their language immediately.
You might have 1 or 2 years left in university. If you start preparing early I can assure you that everything will be smooth when you are about to travel. If it's not an English speaking country, start learning the language immediately. You'll be very far in a year time. Nothing is impossible, you just lack the passion.
If you've have already finished school. Start researching immediately and gathering information even if you plan on migrating in the next 5 years.
You cannot be too prepared.
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|Re: Advise For People That Want Leave Nigeria by Xeeex: 6:57pm On May 27, 2020|
Very true. The best time to plan to migrate is now.
I read that Germany will have about 1.2 million job vacancies due to the aging population of their workers. Most of their workers will soon retire and there's no one to replace them, that why Germany recently made immigration easier for non eu countries.
There are many opportunities in many countries worldwide. Research and explore.
I honestly don't want next election to catch up with me still in Nigeria
So help me God
|Re: Advise For People That Want Leave Nigeria by Crochet: 7:03pm On May 27, 2020|
|Re: Advise For People That Want Leave Nigeria by 3rdclassESCAPEE: 7:11pm On May 27, 2020|
Xeeex:You can have a better life anywhere in the world. Either the next election catches up with u here in Nigeria or Togo God will always lift you
|Re: Advise For People That Want Leave Nigeria by Xeeex: 8:12pm On May 27, 2020|
|Re: Advise For People That Want Leave Nigeria by Nobody: 10:08am On May 28, 2020|
Xeeex:Wow we are having the same thought
On Sunday evening my prayers to God is that the coming election should not meet me here in Nigeria
|Re: Advise For People That Want Leave Nigeria by Nobody: 3:36pm On May 28, 2020|
Can someone help me with the budget to travel to france, usa ,germany? Just help me with the one you know thanks.
|Re: Advise For People That Want Leave Nigeria by tensazangetsu20(m): 4:00pm On May 28, 2020|
Everyone wants to escape before the next elections. I keep on telling people. Nigeria of the present as horrible as it presently is, is paradise compared to what is coming. People who are woke know this.
|Re: Advise For People That Want Leave Nigeria by Warmaterial(m): 4:28pm On May 28, 2020|
25tolife:1m my contact can help u
|Re: Advise For People That Want Leave Nigeria by Xeeex: 5:04pm On May 28, 2020|
I can help only regarding Germany
|Re: Advise For People That Want Leave Nigeria by Xeeex: 5:05pm On May 28, 2020|
I cannot emphasize this enough
This country might be ungovernable
|Re: Advise For People That Want Leave Nigeria by Beautyaddy: 5:30pm On May 28, 2020|
The next election come 2023 isn't going to be of any great and positive impact for Nigerians. People who believe otherwise are choosing to do so to remain in denial and keep some sanity in their thoughts.
2023 election is going to be the same old rigged and corrupt elections that Nigeria has been practicing since Obasanjo became president.
|Re: Advise For People That Want Leave Nigeria by tensazangetsu20(m): 5:34pm On May 28, 2020|
Beautyaddy:We know the election will be useless but we are talking of the state of things after. Nigeria might metaphorse from a zoo to a full fledged jungle with crime, poverty, and hopelessness everywhere.
|Re: Advise For People That Want Leave Nigeria by Nobody: 5:34pm On May 28, 2020|
Xeeex:i just need only the monetary budget.thanks
|Re: Advise For People That Want Leave Nigeria by cronsberg: 5:55pm On May 28, 2020|
This I realized a while back that things can only get worse. The facts are clear for all to see. Unimaginable fraud happening at the ministry of humanitarian affairs using 600 million a day to feed school children who are not in school. the country is Still unable to pass the 4000 megawatt mark of power generation since independence, security situation only getting worse instead of better. buhari looked us all in the face and lied that he will return fuel to 65 naira a liter, that 1 dollar will amount to 1 naira, that power generation is not rocket science therefore he will fix it within six months, that he will go tough on corruption. that a 3 million jobs will be created within his first tenure. Now with all these, who in his right senses will think that this country will be better? common sense will tell you that things will only disintegrate further. God knows I am planning my exit from this miserable country with no future
|Re: Advise For People That Want Leave Nigeria by cronsberg: 6:03pm On May 28, 2020|
This is a post on Facebook by one frustrated Nigerian who also had enough of it.
""What John Zibiri said about Nigeria
I worked and lived in Abuja for 18 years. I ran my own private company from 2001 until 2014.
Two million of the likes of Buhari cannot change Nigeria.
Everything is wrong with Nigeria.
The Director won't give you contract except you pay up front .
The banks won't give you loan except you concede a certain percentage.
The man supervising the contract won't pass the job except you play ball.
The clerk won't pass your file for payment except you rob his palm.
The accounts department won't raise your payment voucher or cheque unless you see them. I can go on and on.
The worst thing is that it has become a norm that nobody sees anything wrong with.
If you think otherwise, they begin to think you are sick and not normal.
If you try to stand in their way, you put your life at risk.
If you get killed there is no justice system in place to seek redress and bring the perpetrators to book.
The police is corrupt , the Judiciary is the same.
Even the religious circle is not spared.
Everything in Nigeria revolves around corruption.
Nobody cares about anybody. No law and order.
I looked from my left to right, everybody is only desperate about one thing "money".
They will kill anybody and anything that stand between them and money.
I am an electrical engineer with MNSE and COREN. The system don't care about my qualifications.
Distribution and transmission jobs are given to alhajis, pastors, friends and relatives without any basic skills.
I started asking myself, how do I convince my kids that education and hard work is rewarding?
When fools, agberos and touts are running the country from the local govt to the Presidency.
Is this what my four sons will also go through? In 2014 I decided I have had enough. I decided I was leaving. I migrated to Australia with my family.
Don't put yourself in harm way for any reason.
The problem of Nigeria is in the hands of Nigerians living in Nigeria.
Try starting a gate house in your village, everybody wants to profiteer from it. The bricklayer, the carpenter, the mason and even your brother who claim to be supervising on your behalf.
They are corrupt, morally bankrupt and selfish.
Everybody there thinks about himself and nobody is thinking about Nigeria .
You don't have to be the one to go there to change anything.
Let those under the hammer start the revolution. I beg make you hear word.
This post is gonna anger a lot of my followers. I'm still gonna post it anyway.
*Analogy of OPPRESSORS & FOOLISH CITIZENS.
*(A case study of Nigeria citizens & their elected oppressors):
During the Soviet dictatorship of Joseph Stalin. He was a brutal dictator with mind of his own. On one fateful day, Stalin came to Politburo meeting with a live chicken. Standing in front of audience, He started to pluck the feathers of the live chicken off one by one.
The chicken trembled in pain, blood tricking out of its pores. It gave out grievous cries, but Stalin being a cruel dictator continued without remorse plucking the feathers out until the chicken was completely naked. After which, he threw the chicken on the ground.
The naked chicken was staggering in pain. Stalin goes into his pocket and from his pockets, he took out some chicken food and started to throw it at the poor & hapless creature.
The poor chicken in pain started eating and Stalin started walking towards his seat. As he walked away, he kept dropping some feeds on the floor & the chicken followed him and sat feeding from his feet.
Joseph Stalin then turned to members of his political party leadership.
He said, "This chicken represents the people".
"You must disempower them, brutalise them, beat them up, starve them and then leave them".
"If you do this, go into your pocket & give them peanuts when they are in that helpless and desperate situation, they will blindly follow you for the rest of their life, worshiping you".
"They will think you are a hero forever. They will forget that, you're responsible for their sorrowful situation in the first place."
Breath taking, isn't it ?
Now! Take a look at all the people some Nigerians are busy defending on social media.
Take a look at those they call their heroes.
They are the same people who plunged Nigeria into the situation she is.
They are the same people who are responsible for their predicaments.
Did you see the numbers of people that throng to Saraki's house during this Christmas period to go and collect peanuts?
Did you see the crowd that welcomed Ibori?
Your guess is as good as mine. And the likes of many others, we all know about.
Nigerians kill those they should defend and defend those they should kill!
Pass to all your contacts & let your government know we know.""
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|Re: Advise For People That Want Leave Nigeria by tomiwaaa(m): 6:11pm On May 28, 2020|
nice move on this thread.
I'm also very tired of this country but Money is needed to migrate. countries that top my list are Germany, Canada, Australia. (in that order)
Op pls in case you have any information about scholarship in Germany for undergraduate studies, pls do not hesitate to share. pls
May God help us achieve our goals.
|Re: Advise For People That Want Leave Nigeria by Xeeex: 7:07pm On May 28, 2020|
Depends on the visa you're seeking
|Re: Advise For People That Want Leave Nigeria by Xeeex: 7:13pm On May 28, 2020|
I've got lot of information concerning Germany. Since you're an undergraduate, are you hoping to do masters over there or another bachelor's degree?
|Re: Advise For People That Want Leave Nigeria by Nobody: 7:16pm On May 28, 2020|
|Re: Advise For People That Want Leave Nigeria by tomiwaaa(m): 2:52pm On May 29, 2020|
|Re: Advise For People That Want Leave Nigeria by Xeeex: 3:24pm On May 29, 2020|
About 4 million for blocked account
|Re: Advise For People That Want Leave Nigeria by Futuragetty: 3:35pm On May 29, 2020|
You have no business in Nigeria if you are unemployed.
I'd recommended you save as much money as you can because that What you will need most.
It doesn't hurt to switch field,
Job openings are more in Stem and medicals fields.
While you are still here, Go get that job, and save.
start doing something to earn.
earning to Save,
saving to Jet out.
Nigeria does not deserve me!
I do not deserve Nigeria!
We do not deserve each other!
Remain blessed. May we succeed.
|Re: Advise For People That Want Leave Nigeria by Joniboi(m): 5:27pm On May 29, 2020|
Xeeex:Sent you a PM, pls reply.
|Re: Advise For People That Want Leave Nigeria by xcabczyxabczzzz: 5:33pm On May 29, 2020|
Xeeex:It seem all the jobs are in stem, what related field would you advice someone with a 4.42 cgpa in Accounting to go for. Thank you.
|Re: Advise For People That Want Leave Nigeria by Xeeex: 6:43pm On May 29, 2020|
You can definitely find accounting jobs. Your CGPA is very good which is also a plus. There are jobs in every field, just that jobs in STEM are more.
STEM no be everything na, other fields are needed.
|Re: Advise For People That Want Leave Nigeria by Futuragetty: 7:15pm On May 29, 2020|
xcabczyxabczzzz:Damn, you have got an excellent CGPA. There are jobs in your field, though very competitive. I'm sure you will be fine. How about you sit and ace GRE test. trust me, you will get GA's position.
|Re: Advise For People That Want Leave Nigeria by xcabczyxabczzzz: 8:25pm On May 29, 2020|
Futuragetty:GRE we meet at last, I seriously know that a time would come where I just have to put my head down and really study for this GRE.
When should I start preparing if I intend to apply for winter next year.
|Re: Advise For People That Want Leave Nigeria by Emmytricks(m): 8:36pm On May 29, 2020|
Thanks for this post, it really came at the right time.
Before this post I was beginning to think that i am starting my research to early as am a 300l student of biochemistry, and I've been hopping to run my masters abroad (high hopes on Germany). I've gone through all the threads I've found on admission, student Life, and visa relating to Germany and other countries and I've gotten alot of information to guide me through, but I still couldn't just shake of the felling that it's quite early to make such plans, but thanks to this post and the comments here it has reaffirmed me that am in the right track.
Please OP I need a mentor to help advice and put me through some things.
|Re: Advise For People That Want Leave Nigeria by JoesmartNwaSoiL(m): 8:41pm On May 29, 2020|
Drop years ur contact pls
|Re: Advise For People That Want Leave Nigeria by Xeeex: 9:23pm On May 29, 2020|
Bro it's not too early o. It's an advantage sef to start learning the German language and to familiarize yourself with all the procedures. You can use this time to get all the visa requirements in place so that your journey will be stress free.
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