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Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by YungLasaint(m): 10:26pm On Sep 17
amleroy:
Nice thread ! Russia is actually a nice place, I don’t know where Africans get that mentality of racism from though, lol, last time I visited Russia it was really fun grin
And yes Russians are nice, on two different occasion, some locals approached me so we could snap pictures together because they don’t get to see black skins a lot in Saratov , I was like shocked
And yeah it’s super cold there too tongue


Wow did you go there on tourist visa?
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by amleroy(m): 10:35pm On Sep 17
Yes sure, tourist visa.

YungLasaint:



Wow did you go there on tourist visa?
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by YungLasaint(m): 10:39pm On Sep 17
amleroy:
Yes sure, tourist visa.


Okay great, I read an article yesterday and they writer said it's not easy to get PR. It it true?
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by amleroy(m): 10:51pm On Sep 17
I don’t know much about PR for Russia though, my trips there was just for visit purpose, first was for vacation then later I also went to watch super eagles at the FIFA World Cup.

The tourist visa is a bit easy to get as long as you have legit supporting documents but I met a couple of Africans based in Russia sha, some are married to Russian ladies but mostly students.

But you can ask the boss that created the thread here, he should know more about PR since he is based there . Cheers
YungLasaint:


Okay great, I read an article yesterday and they writer said it's not easy to get PR. It it true?

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Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by YungLasaint(m): 8:06am On Sep 19
Austeen007:
Russia!


Every one of us would not deny that we haven’t read or heard one or 2 weird stories about Russia.

If not. At least, you must have heard the following that;

Russians are racists; they do not like black People.

Russian spits on black people on the streets
Russians kills black people or Africans in the streets of Moscow.

Russia is not a place for a black man to travel to; Especially Nigerians.

I get often asked 2 particular questions from most Nigerians about Russia;

“How is the racism there, I heard they’re racist?
The Good News is that I have been living in Russia for almost 3 years now and no one cares about my skin color.

Russians are very helpful people when you ask for help.

“Russia is too cold.” But little did they know that Canada is colder than Russia.

Though, before I moved to Russia I also had read and heard so many weird things about Russia and the advice was “if you’re African, dark skinned don’t go to Russia."

I almost forfeited my visa lol!

But, I took the hard decision, disregarding all I have read and took a shot at it.

When I got to Russia’s Domododevo airport in Moscow I was expecting to be sent back to Africa, Nigeria for being black.

Clearly, nobody cared about my very dark skin tone.

For those who looked only did in admiration and ask to take a photo with me.

My 3 years in Russia has been awesome, far from what I expected.

Recently, I went spending time in the Russian Dacha (Country House) in Nigeria we call village house.

My 90 day experience in the Russian dacha was awesome too.

People where friendly and often asked to take a photo with me.

Remember, you must learn how to understand Russian to be able to start a conversation. Or you can either make use of a Yandex or Google Translator.

Observations:
Many of the things we have read or heard about Russia, isn’t true.

I’d not be able to write all of my experience in Russia so far

If you have any question about Russia ask me I’ll answer them in a knowledgeable truth around my experiences so far.

Nigerian in Russia- My experience so sar




We are still waiting for your update sir

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Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by Austeen007(m): 5:20pm On Sep 19
Yes it is hard not only in Russia. But Russia has the easiest process in Europe and Eurasia.

They are many ways to get it, but could be a bit difficult depending the method:

You can get through investment i.e investing in Russia around 500k usd to 1m usd.

Another is way is through marriage to Russian citizens

But you wouldn't just be givien Residence because you marriead a russian citizen. You must prove you know how to speak the Russian language and history of Russia through writing and passing the Examinations.

If you pass the exams only then can you now be legible to apply. when you apply the process takes 6months and your residence will be out. in this case you do not need to go through the quota system. If you're married to a Russian your case is top priority.

The other way is going through the Quota system which everyone can try, you also need to pass the Russian History and language exams. And then send in your application with all the necessary documents You must hold a valid visa of up to 6months. You could be lucky.

This is just a brief. i hpe this helps.


amleroy:
I don’t know much about PR for Russia though, my trips there was just for visit purpose, first was for vacation then later I also went to watch super eagles at the FIFA World Cup.

The tourist visa is a bit easy to get as long as you have legit supporting documents but I met a couple of Africans based in Russia sha, some are married to Russian ladies but mostly students.

But you can ask the boss that created the thread here, he should know more about PR since he is based there . Cheers

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Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by Austeen007(m): 5:22pm On Sep 19
That's we Africans for you lol.
Joohan:




Lmao grin you're using a county's currency value to judge the standard of living of the county cheesy S'Korea are lightyears ahead of us but Google search the value of their currency against our "Almighty" naira
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by Austeen007(m): 5:29pm On Sep 19
One may live in a country where 1 unit of their currency in exchange is 800 naira, 450, 600naira. But in those countries to make the money theoir decently is difficult. Even whne you make it, You spend it on House rent, water bill, Light bill, Food, and etc. You'll be left with little or nothing to send home.

It doesn't have to do with the value of the money in excahnge rate, but the standard of living.

What less than 5 dollars can buy in Russia, you can't buy in the US, UK, NZL etc.

If you can join Quora and spy on American comments you'll shout.

Though if you know your balls as a Nigerian you can make it anywhere even in North Korea LoL.

YungLasaint:


He's looking at the aspects of sending money home. Unlike dollar, pound or Euro if you send shikini money e go make sense for naira. grin

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Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by Austeen007(m): 5:33pm On Sep 19
Indians we tell you better about Russian Women LOL. Those guy no they use eye see pretty women LOL.

Russian women are awesome, Family oriented and supportive if they are in love with you. But my statement is not in general.

Night life here is super, if you no dey careful you no fit send dunlope slippers back to Nigeria oo all your money go finish for erotic babes
ecomalchemist:
fantastic thread, what are thier women like / night life like ?

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Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by Austeen007(m): 5:35pm On Sep 19
Africans often read westernized Propaganda about Russia and they believe it without Experincing it. Travelling is Education.

Its Nice you have visited Russia for yourself and experienced it first hand. Rather than reading reading the propaganda on google first 20 pages.

amleroy:
Nice thread ! Russia is actually a nice place, I don’t know where Africans get that mentality of racism from though, lol, last time I visited Russia it was really fun grin
And yes Russians are nice, on two different occasion, some locals approached me so we could snap pictures together because they don’t get to see black skins a lot in Saratov , I was like shocked
And yeah it’s super cold there too tongue

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Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by Austeen007(m): 5:53pm On Sep 19
Yakutsk in Russia is the coldest city in the world. But Russia as whole isn't.

Canada is colder than Russia.

To Survive the cold in Russia dress like them. Make sure you equip yourself with good winter wears speacifically made for Russia. Not Nigerian sweater oo. LOL
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In Russia you must have summer , Mid winter and winter wears. Though, Druing Winter the Govt often switch on the heater that heats every home. If your home isn't in the city or connected to the general heating supply. You'll do yourself well to buy a portable heating system. Though, heating system is a basic thing in home in Russia.

The cultural shock would be different for different people. But in my own case i have experienced a lot of their culture. lol they even have a Masquerade that looks like Ekpo calabar.

They same way we have small farm at our backyard or front of our house in the village in Nigeria so do they. Thay have a summer house called Dacha in Russian language where they often go to rest on weekends during summer.

There, they make a small farms, plant flowers and cucumber, Katoshka, Wildberries etc.

Like in Nigeria at night we don't whistle, in Russia they don't whistle in the house because it is believed that you're blowing away wealth.

YOU CAN READ MORE ON MY BLOG AFRICANINRUSSIA DOT COM

Russia has a rich reserved culture.
YungLasaint:
OP you haven't tell us about the weather, the cost of living and what cultural shook did you experience.

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Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by lagusboyyy(m): 11:00pm On Sep 19
Nice thread bro.
Please talk more about the food and key lifestyle of surviving the country.
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by YungLasaint(m): 11:02pm On Sep 19
Austeen007:
Yakutsk in Russia is the coldest city in the world. But Russia as whole isn't.

Canada is colder than Russia.

To Survive the cold in Russia dress like them. Make sure you equip yourself with good winter wears speacifically made for Russia. Not Nigerian sweater oo. LOL
.
In Russia you must have summer , Mid winter and winter wears. Though, Druing Winter the Govt often switch on the heater that heats every home. If your home isn't in the city or connected to the general heating supply. You'll do yourself well to buy a portable heating system. Though, heating system is a basic thing in home in Russia.

The cultural shock would be different for different people. But in my own case i have experienced a lot of their culture. lol they even have a Masquerade that looks like Ekpo calabar.

They same way we have small farm at our backyard or front of our house in the village in Nigeria so do they. Thay have a summer house called Dacha in Russian language where they often go to rest on weekends during summer.

There, they make a small farms, plant flowers and cucumber, Katoshka, Wildberries etc.

Like in Nigeria at night we don't whistle, in Russia they don't whistle in the house because it is believed that you're blowing away wealth.

YOU CAN READ MORE ON MY BLOG AFRICANINRUSSIA DOT COM

Russia has a rich reserved culture.

Okay great info, since reading this thread my love for Russia has because I so much love the country. I want to ask how did you get to meet your wife then?
Was it in Russia or through social media or stung site?

Just brief us on that aspect so we are well informed.

How is the standard if living there?
What about the cost of living?

Can you brief me on the IT sector there as i want to get a skill in software development.

How's their language? Is it that hard to learn as an English speaker?

Sorry I ask too much questions at once.

I Will appreciate ir you reply to them swiftly.
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by UPDATED2020: 11:14pm On Sep 19
amleroy:
Nice thread ! Russia is actually a nice place, I don’t know where Africans get that mentality of racism from though, lol, last time I visited Russia it was really fun grin
And yes Russians are nice, on two different occasion, some locals approached me so we could snap pictures together because they don’t get to see black skins a lot in Saratov , I was like shocked
And yeah it’s super cold there too tongue
egega wink wink smiley
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by Austeen007(m): 2:54pm On Sep 20
Ok Bro.

I met my Wife in Russia, via Facebook. But they're other social media platforms in Russia where you can hookup with Russian women.

The Standard of living in Russia is Ok. Things are affordable with wide range of varieties and different prices to base your budgets on. For example Milk in Russia has over a Hundred different brands. With less than 5 dollars, you can buy 2 bottles of beer 33cl each, 2litres coca-cola or lemon flavoured sprite, 400g of bread, 1 pringles if you have a discount card from the store (magazene), then you'll spend lesser than 4 dollars in all the items i mentioned. The competition is high and their's often discounts on products.

Look up this on the internet: What 5 dollars can buy in Moscow.

On the IT sector no doubt Russia is good at it and visit will convice you. But if you hate Russia before now, DOn't visit lol. Or dont enter Russia hoping to cross to Germany through Russia. If have such mind set you're trapped.

On the Russian Langguage, if you're foreign student, your first year will be on Russian language courses.

The language to some people is difficult, to some persons its easy. This depends on how fast one can learn.

Note: Russian Language is very important even outside Russia. Theri language is the 7 most spoken language in the world and the first spoken language in space.

And bro their isn't any need to say sorry for asking so many questions.

The most smartest people on earth are the ones that asks the most questions.

Thanks for asking bro.
YungLasaint:


Okay great info, since reading this thread my love for Russia has because I so much love the country. I want to ask how did you get to meet your wife then?
Was it in Russia or through social media or stung site?

Just brief us on that aspect so we are well informed.

How is the standard if living there?
What about the cost of living?

Can you brief me on the IT sector there as i want to get a skill in software development.

How's their language? Is it that hard to learn as an English speaker?

Sorry I ask too much questions at once.

I Will appreciate ir you reply to them swiftly.

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Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by BelieverDE: 3:14pm On Sep 20
Austeen007:

The most smartest people on earth are the ones that asks the most questions.

I love this statement of yours! smiley

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Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by YungLasaint(m): 7:36pm On Sep 20
Austeen007:
Ok Bro.

I met my Wife in Russia, via Facebook. But they're other social media platforms in Russia where you can hookup with Russian women.

The Standard of living in Russia is Ok. Things are affordable with wide range of varieties and different prices to base your budgets on. For example Milk in Russia has over a Hundred different brands. With less than 5 dollars, you can buy 2 bottles of beer 33cl each, 2litres coca-cola or lemon flavoured sprite, 400g of bread, 1 pringles if you have a discount card from the store (magazene), then you'll spend lesser than 4 dollars in all the items i mentioned. The competition is high and their's often discounts on products.

Look up this on the internet: What 5 dollars can buy in Moscow.

On the IT sector no doubt Russia is good at it and visit will convice you. But if you hate Russia before now, DOn't visit lol. Or dont enter Russia hoping to cross to Germany through Russia. If have such mind set you're trapped.

On the Russian Langguage, if you're foreign student, your first year will be on Russian language courses.

The language to some people is difficult, to some persons its easy. This depends on how fast one can learn.

Note: Russian Language is very important even outside Russia. Theri language is the 7 most spoken language in the world and the first spoken language in space.

And bro their isn't any need to say sorry for asking so many questions.

The most smartest people on earth are the ones that asks the most questions.

Thanks for asking bro.

Thank you for your response but I need to make something clear for better communication.

✨ I'm not going to Russia to use the opportunity and cross to Germany.
✨ I love Russia if not I would be on this thread.
✨ My ambition is to settle down in Russia, marry there and expand.

In terms of IT I know there are very good in it, but I'm not going there as a student cause of funds for now I wanted knowing more about the country, it culture, history and the people.

Learning the language won't be that hard because of my interest in it.


Please how did you find your wife on Facebook?

Is there something I'm not doing well because have tried add some Russians but none has accepted my request. How did you your own?

Is there no other option to move to Russia apart from studies?

A friend advice me to be competent with software development that it will be easier to get a remote work there so I can save money and move over. Is it a good idea?

Thanks
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by iamajiiii: 10:01am On Sep 21
pls boss what can you say about there I.T cos am planning on going there for my hacking program
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by Loopdeeloopa: 10:20am On Sep 21
nice thread following

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Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by Austeen007(m): 1:07pm On Sep 21
When it comes to learning IT Russia is excellent in it.

Reason why i can access Jumia Nigeria from Russia without VPN lol. Jumia they fear hackers from ths region of the world. Though aside from the message passed in the jokes, to find hackers here is very difficult. Because no one would tell you he's a hacker except through a secret recomendation. but you can find programmers.

If you're a good programmer you can as well decypher ways of hacking.

Though, most of the Russian hackers works for their govt where the use it for good purposes.

You could be lucky to find people who can teach you. But such course isn't 10kobo.
iamajiiii:
pls boss what can you say about there I.T cos am planning on going there for my hacking program
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by Austeen007(m): 1:53pm On Sep 21
Ok the 3 points you mentioned are ok. since you want to settle in Russia and expand your wish will come through.

First of all the best way to come to Russia is through study permit, or working permit.

I do not advice anyone who wish to settle in Russia and expand move to Russia with tourist visa. Once your tourist visa expires, you're expected to leave the country if you over stay your visa, and eventually get caught by the police , You'll pay Straff and be deported. But many of us are survivng it but it isn't adviceable at all to move to Russia on tourist visa except for tourist purposes.

So school is is the best, study and work every year you pay you fee your visa get extended. you can also apply for residence when you hvae the proficiency for Russian history and language. Thought it would be easy to get the Permanent residence if you're married to a Russian.

How i found my wife on facebook was luck, though i was searching them and i got many of them but where so far away to meet. Meanwhile before then i had met few other Russian women where i used to live in Moscow Region. I only made a choice and settled with one of them and it was the greatest choice.

Well, your friend who adviced you to be competent in SW dev. Adviced you well. But then, before you can use such skills efficiently in Russia you must learn how to communicate with Russians. "The Language." Already you are sure you can quickly learn the language.

Sending Russian women a friend request on FB from Nigeria, they wont accept you, except whne they have seen that your profile is in Russia and you're living in Russia.

Mostly why you dont get accepted is because they're are either nmarried , have a boyfriend and mainly they often work here and return in the evening to take care of house chores and have little time for facebook.

Though facebook isn't where you can actively find Russian women. Here we use their local socila platforms to find them.

Above all is luck.


YungLasaint:


Thank you for your response but I need to make something clear for better communication.

✨ I'm not going to Russia to use the opportunity and cross to Germany.
✨ I love Russia if not I would be on this thread.
✨ My ambition is to settle down in Russia, marry there and expand.

In terms of IT I know there are very good in it, but I'm not going there as a student cause of funds for now I wanted knowing more about the country, it culture, history and the people.

Learning the language won't be that hard because of my interest in it.


Please how did you find your wife on Facebook?

Is there something I'm not doing well because have tried add some Russians but none has accepted my request. How did you your own?

Is there no other option to move to Russia apart from studies?

A friend advice me to be competent with software development that it will be easier to get a remote work there so I can save money and move over. Is it a good idea?

Thanks

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Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by Austeen007(m): 2:04pm On Sep 21
as a nigerian if you dont like the european or Eurasian food, then we have Nigerian market in Russia where you can find almost all the Nigeria recipe.

But i myself got conversant with the European foods that looks similar to our own Nigeria food.

They cook beans they same way we cook it nigeria, they difference is no red oil. But if i want to feel Nigerian, i normally buy red oil from a Nigerian store and cook my beans. In Russian Language beans is (fasol).

And also They have a traditional Russian drink called (Compote) Pronounced as Kampot. This drink is very similar to our Nigeria's ZOBO OR ZOBORODO. The difference are the recipes and the active but the taste is closely related dependent on what fruit is used in preparing it.

Also we maize here too but no pear LOL!

They many other Russian cuisines that are awesome like iced meat ( Kholona Myasa) very yummy.

To survive in Russia, I'd tell you this; When you go Russia, behave like the Russians.

lagusboyyy:
Nice thread bro.

Please talk more about the food and key lifestyle of surviving the country.

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Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by lagusboyyy(m): 2:09pm On Sep 21
Austeen007:
as a nigerian if you dont like the european or Eurasian food, then we have Nigerian market in Russia where you can find almost all the Nigeria recipe.

But i myself got conversant with the European foods that looks similar to our own Nigeria food.

They cook beans they same way we cook it nigeria, they difference is no red oil. But if i want to feel Nigerian, i normally buy red oil from a Nigerian store and cook my beans. In Russian Language beans is (fasol).

And also They have a traditionl Russian drink called (Compote) Pronounced as Kampot. This drink is very similar to our Nigeria's ZOBO OR ZOBORODO. the difference are the recipes and the active but the taste is closely related dependent on what friut is used in preparing it.

They many other Russian cuisines that are awesome like iced meat ( Kholona Myasa) very yummy.

To survive in Russia, I'd tell you this; When you go Russia, behave like the Russians.

Thanks for the swift response bro.
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by lagusboyyy(m): 2:16pm On Sep 21
This thread has really been an eye opener to many about Russia.

I personally did not really fancy the country,because of all the bad media about them,but your posts has really changed my mindset.
I blame the western media for all this. Same way they print Africa to be an archaic society,same way they will bad news about Nigeria,and show the remotest part of Northern Nigeria,and claim its the whole country.

I wish you productive and peaceful stay in Russia bro. All the best.

Help me say hi to your lovely woman.

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Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by YungLasaint(m): 10:18pm On Sep 21
Austeen007:
Ok the 3 points you mentioned are ok. since you want to settle in Russia and expand your wish will come through.

First of all the best way to come to Russia is through study permit, or working permit.

I do not advice anyone who wish to settle in Russia and expand move to Russia with tourist visa. Once your tourist visa expires, you're expected to leave the country if you over stay your visa, and eventually get caught by the police , You'll pay Straff and be deported. But many of us are survivng it but it isn't adviceable at all to move to Russia on tourist visa except for tourist purposes.

So school is is the best, study and work every year you pay you fee your visa get extended. you can also apply for residence when you hvae the proficiency for Russian history and language. Thought it would be easy to get the Permanent residence if you're married to a Russian.

How i found my wife on facebook was luck, though i was searching them and i got many of them but where so far away to meet. Meanwhile before then i had met few other Russian women where i used to live in Moscow Region. I only made a choice and settled with one of them and it was the greatest choice.

Well, your friend who adviced you to be competent in SW dev. Adviced you well. But then, before you can use such skills efficiently in Russia you must learn how to communicate with Russians. "The Language." Already you are sure you can quickly learn the language.

Sending Russian women a friend request on FB from Nigeria, they wont accept you, except whne they have seen that your profile is in Russia and you're living in Russia.

Mostly why you dont get accepted is because they're are either married , have a boyfriend and mainly they often work here and return in the evening to take care of house chores and have little time for facebook.

Though facebook isn't where you can actively find Russian women. Here we use their local socila platforms to find them.

Above all is luck.



Thank you for your response, I come to realize you're from Cross River.

I don't want to drail Nigeria by going into someone's country with tourist visa and planning to overstay.

Going through studies was my initial plan but the funds isn't available currently so I need to aqure some skills here and get good in my programming skill so I can work as a freelance while studying.

Which university do you think is quite affordable for a bachelor degree on software engineering?

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Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by Austeen007(m): 10:39am On Sep 22
The problem is that many people who writes whatever they think they know about Russia are just copying propaganda from western media and paste it on their blog.

Research suggests that human brain is wired to prioritize negative information. The potential cost of negative information far outweighs the benefit of positive information. I.e Negative opinion gets more attention than the Positive opinion.

I got to realize that many of all our copy and paste bloggers haven't visited Russia before and lived in it for 3 to 7 years to beable to back up their claims.

Most of them still thinks of Russia as the USSR, see how backward are they?

Most of them copies information that happened in the USSR and say it happened in Russia, They didn't know that the USSR was made up of 15 countries which included Russia.

I asked a blogger on nairaland who coppied news from Abc NEWs and posted on Nairaland, he copied verbatim about the Skinhead that happened over 20 years a go in Russia. He could not reply me till today because he has not fact to substantiate what he copied from ABC news and Euro news.

The skinheads is a neonazi group in Russia who still nurses the idea of Hitler. This guys are not Russians but the decendants of Germany who came into Russia during the world war II.

But now all of them are in jail by the putin govt. If you try to form any cult here the next morning the police will crack you and your team down.

So Russia is one of the safest countries to livein in the world. here we walk anytime of the day. and their night life is awesome.

my advice is if you need to know about Russia, dont use Google or any liberal search Engines.

Russia is an awesome country far from what propaganda and stereotypes suggests.
lagusboyyy:
This thread has really been an eye opener to many about Russia.

I personally did not really fancy the country,because of all the bad media about them,but your posts has really changed my mindset.
I blame the western media for all this. Same way they print Africa to be an archaic society,same way they will bad news about Nigeria,and show the remotest part of Northern Nigeria,and claim its the whole country.

I wish you productive and peaceful stay in Russia bro. All the best.

Help me say hi to your lovely woman.
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by Austeen007(m): 10:44am On Sep 22
Yea bro. people who asks more questions, gets to know more. Their brains works faster. Infact, asking questions is one way to know brillaint people.
Their's what is called "Brillaint questions" and when someone who is brillaint ask a question you'll know.
BelieverDE:


I love this statement of yours! smiley
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by iamajiiii: 10:46am On Sep 22
Austeen007:
When it comes to learning IT Russia is excellent in it.

Reason why i can access Jumia Nigeria from Russia without VPN lol. Jumia they fear hackers from ths region of the world. Though aside from the message passed in the jokes, to find hackers here is very difficult. Because no one would tell you he's a hacker except through a secret recomendation. but you can find programmers.

If you're a good programmer you can as well decypher ways of hacking.

Though, most of the Russian hackers works for their govt where the use it for good purposes.

You could be lucky to find people who can teach you. But such course isn't 10kobo.



okay thanks I can see it been difficult for meeting hackers

but what is the best way to meet them or have the tutorial cos I only have little knowledge in programming

reason I wanna go Russia was that what I was looking for is not India when I went to India last year

thanks in advance
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by Austeen007(m): 10:57am On Sep 22
90% of Nigerians don't fancy Russia i may be wrong with the figures. But we do not Fancy Russia because of the Western Propaganda.

Reassons why the west promotes propangda about Russia is because they dont want you to know that Russia id Powerful put all of them together Russia has beaten Italy in the Napolean war. Italy tried invading Russia, Russia finished them and followed Italy back to italy and finished the work their.

Hitler invaded Russia, The Russian Red army desimated them, matched into Germany and recued hostages.

The west dont want you to know that the world war ended because Russia is in existence.

Without Russia's defeating the NAzi German Army, the US and Canada would have entered the lastphase of the war.

But in Africa we think it was America that defeated the NAzi Germany, though the're air strike helped.

So after the war, America saw the power of Russia, and that why they formed NATO to protect themselves from Russia.


You'll not know this if you rely on google search.

I have visited few World II war Museum in Russia where the world war weaponry is diplayed[ and they brief histories inscribed.

Travelling is Education.quote author=lagusboyyy post=94160176]This thread has really been an eye opener to many about Russia.

I personally did not really fancy the country,because of all the bad media about them,but your posts has really changed my mindset.
I blame the western media for all this. Same way they print Africa to be an archaic society,same way they will bad news about Nigeria,and show the remotest part of Northern Nigeria,and claim its the whole country.

I wish you productive and peaceful stay in Russia bro. All the best.

Help me say hi to your lovely woman.[/quote]

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Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by Austeen007(m): 10:58am On Sep 22
Dark net
iamajiiii:




okay thanks I can see it been difficult for meeting hackers

but what is the best way to meet them or have the tutorial cos I only have little knowledge in programming

reason I wanna go Russia was that what I was looking for is not India when I went to India last year

thanks in advance
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by iamajiiii: 11:39am On Sep 22
Austeen007:
Dark net

okay thanks bro

what can you say about religion in russia cos am a muslim

Thanks in advance
Re: Nigerian In Russia-my Experience So Far by Austeen007(m): 12:14pm On Sep 22
In Russia no one holds prejudice on you over your religion.

Muslims are free here as well as christians.

On victory day, Christians, Musslims, Pegans, Atheists and protestants all goes to Moscow to celebrate together. Regardless of ones religion.
iamajiiii:


okay thanks bro

what can you say about religion in russia cos am a muslim

Thanks in advance

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