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Re: Canada Hype And Travel Rush: Here Are Things You Need To Know by ZIINI: 8:43am On Jan 11
maziude:
Since I comot for naija , I never shout ‘Up Nepa’ or swear give power company because say dem take light.

Life ain’t about being a billionaire; it is about living your life in a sane manner.
Princewill1 how far
Re: Canada Hype And Travel Rush: Here Are Things You Need To Know by MotiveU: 8:43am On Jan 11
ednut1:
Visit LinkedIn.com to see where many Nigerians are working in Canada. Keep yarning nonsense. If you go to canada and get citizenship after 3 years. You can still return home if you wish. So why are you pained that people are migrating. If you cant get a job you desire there is option of going back to school and govt sponsors all or part. Some have gone back to study nursing for free.

If i call ambulance it will come, my children can enter government jobs or armed forces without knowing anyone or quota system.i have access to clean water. I have 24 hours light, i hardly enter traffic, i can stroll out at night without fear of hoodlums.

Yesterday after working i went watch ice skating at 7pm. Una don normalize suffering and smiling smh
Help me tell am
This sentence got me thinking
( Una don normalize suffering and smiling )

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Re: Canada Hype And Travel Rush: Here Are Things You Need To Know by EgunMogaji2: 8:44am On Jan 11
The decision to travel out or not is a personal one.

Just take a personal offense to them disparaging the country on the way out sad

But who am I to stop a bastood from describing his fathers house with his left hand.

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Re: Canada Hype And Travel Rush: Here Are Things You Need To Know by hedocharles(m): 8:44am On Jan 11
dawnomike:
The earlier you Japa, the better... A country that keeps borrowing to fund budget and build infastructure for the future generation to pay back will soon end up like Greece
Worse than Greece
Re: Canada Hype And Travel Rush: Here Are Things You Need To Know by KingRabota: 8:45am On Jan 11
You dey mind am
To brush the duncce anyhow just dey hungry me


Kriss216:
The year just started, but, I nominate this post as the Most Foolish post of the year!



Trying to compare staying in Canada and staying in Nigeria should be treated as a Criminal offence.

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Re: Canada Hype And Travel Rush: Here Are Things You Need To Know by Eraddray(m): 8:45am On Jan 11
Eee..... U ghan ghan now... When are u exactly... because u can't tell me ure in Nigeria and issuing out All this ....I'll just can mad person....and if tell me ure abroad... I'll still call u mad...

Because u don't want ppl to be in system where things works

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Re: Canada Hype And Travel Rush: Here Are Things You Need To Know by Olam09(m): 8:46am On Jan 11
Princewill1:
The high successes recorded by dubious politicians, fraudulent pastors and ponzi scheme operators in Nigeria are living proofs that Nigerians can be so gullible. We can easily be deceived. The astronomical hype on Canada is the latest deceit in town. Here are things you need to know before immigrating.

1. The list of richest Nigerians is filled with Nigerians living at home. You're more likely to make it into Forbes if you live in Nigeria. At least that's what the stat shows, whether people making into Forbes in Nigeria are engaging in corrupt practices is a story for another day. The odds of becoming a dollar billionaire favours those at home . No Diaspora Nigerian has ever made it into Forbes billionaire list.

2. There are more money to be made in a developing economy than in a developed economy. That's why as you're rushing out of the country, Lebanese, Indians and Chinese are rushing in. Only few will understand. You're sitting on the biggest market in Africa yet you haven't realize this but the Lebanese and the Indians knew this.

3. If you are the type who don't fancy working for others, it's much more easier to own a business in Nigeria than in Canada/US. Western countries were set up for the 99% populace to work for 1% elites. Their education systems were designed to produce workforce for the rat race. Not to create employers of labour.

4. It's stupidity to resign from a high-paying job in Nigeria in a bid to relocate to Canada/US. Your eyes will get clear up when you start facing the hard realities in Canada. Those who had made this mistake in the past are ashamed to come on social media to talk about it. The ones talking on Twitter are 'freshers' who just arrived.

5. If you want to secure 2nd passport for your kids, you don't necessarily need to immigrate to achieve this. There are other ways, one method is overseas child birth.

6. You're 5x more likely to be shot and rubbed in New York than in Lagos. Poor neighborhoods all over the world has more crime rates. The thing is, when you finally made it in Nigeria,you can move to high brow areas with lesser crime.

7. Nigerians are spending up to 8millions ($21k) and above to immigrate to Canada/US whereas an average canadian or American citizen can't boast of $10k in their bank A/C's. They live pay check to pay check.

8. Some Nigerians claims that they ain't relocating because of the money but because of good infrastructure, good health care system, value for their money etc. That's a lie! 98% of Nigerians who're eager to travel out are relocating because of economic reasons. There are good infrastructure, good health care system and value for money in countries like Kuwait, Russia, Brazil, South Korea, Chile etc but Nigerians ain't trooping there, indicating that their preference for Canada/US is purely based on economic reasons.

9. It's cheaper to live in Nigeria. Canada/US promises higher minimum wage but the system will still take it away from you. It's like giving you with one hand and taking from you with another. $2k (N760k) will pay for your one year rent of 2 bedrooms apartment in a good location in Nigeria but same amount will only fetch you one month rent of a match box apartment in Canada/US.

10. This is not to stop you from traveling out but to inform you on the true realities. Economic immigration should be left for lower or working class who're struggling or to young lads who wants to school abroad and thereafter further their career overseas. Not to deceive Nigerians already earning good in corporate offices in Nigeria to resign and relocate where they will be employed as security guards or to deceive business owners who's businesses are thriving in Nigeria to close down business and relocate. Don't let them deceive you with the hype. Money don't grow on trees anywhere in the world.
You just said the truth OP. The reason why is that if Canada is okay for living most of our celebs here would have relocated there since but they already know what's up. So OP leave the ignoramus idiot let them go and face it.

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Re: Canada Hype And Travel Rush: Here Are Things You Need To Know by Akolawole(m): 8:46am On Jan 11
Princewill1:
The high successes recorded by dubious politicians, fraudulent pastors and ponzi scheme operators in Nigeria are living proofs that Nigerians can be so gullible. We can easily be deceived. The astronomical hype on Canada is the latest deceit in town. Here are things you need to know before immigrating.

1. The list of richest Nigerians is filled with Nigerians living at home. You're more likely to make it into Forbes if you live in Nigeria. At least that's what the stat shows, whether people making into Forbes in Nigeria are engaging in corrupt practices is a story for another day. The odds of becoming a dollar billionaire favours those at home . No Diaspora Nigerian has ever made it into Forbes billionaire list.

2. There are more money to be made in a developing economy than in a developed economy. That's why as you're rushing out of the country, Lebanese, Indians and Chinese are rushing in. Only few will understand. You're sitting on the biggest market in Africa yet you haven't realize this but the Lebanese and the Indians knew this.

3. If you are the type who don't fancy working for others, it's much more easier to own a business in Nigeria than in Canada/US. Western countries were set up for the 99% populace to work for 1% elites. Their education systems were designed to produce workforce for the rat race. Not to create employers of labour.

4. It's stupidity to resign from a high-paying job in Nigeria in a bid to relocate to Canada/US. Your eyes will get clear up when you start facing the hard realities in Canada. Those who had made this mistake in the past are ashamed to come on social media to talk about it. The ones talking on Twitter are 'freshers' who just arrived.

5. If you want to secure 2nd passport for your kids, you don't necessarily need to immigrate to achieve this. There are other ways, one method is overseas child birth.

6. You're 5x more likely to be shot and rubbed in New York than in Lagos. Poor neighborhoods all over the world has more crime rates. The thing is, when you finally made it in Nigeria,you can move to high brow areas with lesser crime.

7. Nigerians are spending up to 8millions ($21k) and above to immigrate to Canada/US whereas an average canadian or American citizen can't boast of $10k in their bank A/C's. They live pay check to pay check.

8. Some Nigerians claims that they ain't relocating because of the money but because of good infrastructure, good health care system, value for their money etc. That's a lie! 98% of Nigerians who're eager to travel out are relocating because of economic reasons. There are good infrastructure, good health care system and value for money in countries like Kuwait, Russia, Brazil, South Korea, Chile etc but Nigerians ain't trooping there, indicating that their preference for Canada/US is purely based on economic reasons.

9. It's cheaper to live in Nigeria. Canada/US promises higher minimum wage but the system will still take it away from you. It's like giving you with one hand and taking from you with another. $2k (N760k) will pay for your one year rent of 2 bedrooms apartment in a good location in Nigeria but same amount will only fetch you one month rent of a match box apartment in Canada/US.

10. This is not to stop you from traveling out but to inform you on the true realities. Economic immigration should be left for lower or working class who're struggling or to young lads who wants to school abroad and thereafter further their career overseas. Not to deceive Nigerians already earning good in corporate offices in Nigeria to resign and relocate where they will be employed as security guards or to deceive business owners who's businesses are thriving in Nigeria to close down business and relocate. Don't let them deceive you with the hype. Money don't grow on trees anywhere in the world.

I agree with some of your points. For people to really understand your points, they need to live in both parts of the world to come and come to conclusion.

Yes, by now Naija ought to be closer to the league of sane countries where system allow everyone to thrive(within their capabilities) but we are far from that stage.

We will get there EVENTUALLY.

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Re: Canada Hype And Travel Rush: Here Are Things You Need To Know by MotiveU: 8:46am On Jan 11
Kriss216:

Bringing Nigeria in the same sentence with Greece is an act of Terrorism.
You guy's get wahala...
Which one be act of terrorism.
Lol... Lol

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Re: Canada Hype And Travel Rush: Here Are Things You Need To Know by Jaqenhghar: 8:46am On Jan 11
Focusmind:
My annoyance is that all the people that writes about migrating to Canada are actually resident there, holed up in Brampton or Calgary and be discouraging people from embarking on the same journey.

It is already a well known fact that Nigerians abroad hates fellow Nigerians trying to make the same immigration journey. I don't know why. Please leave people to make their decision.
Na that one dey tire me.
Re: Canada Hype And Travel Rush: Here Are Things You Need To Know by TOPCRUISE(m): 8:46am On Jan 11
I don't need to know anything. When I get there I will know it all.
The Indians, Lebanese and Chinese come into Nigeria with money to invest, they did not come into Nigeria empty handed. sad

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Re: Canada Hype And Travel Rush: Here Are Things You Need To Know by tunapawizzy: 8:47am On Jan 11
1. u no go crawl before u begin fly, person wey never even get the basic comfort, na to become billionaire be the worry, and u already said it the chances of becoming that billionaire(in Nigeria) without engaging in dubious acts or corrupt practices is very very low
2. You are right theres so much money to be made, unfortunately the system stifles your effort, if you have attempted you will know.
3. the question is this. that business u own in Nigeria, is it worth the whole stress..Kaduna state government just demolished someones restaurant(hard labour, probably loans inclusive) because of a baseles allegation....this one is small if we begin reel out many uncertainties surrounding business in naija.
4. YOU ARE JUST TRYING TO BE MISCHIEVOUS.. You must think everybody relocate to go seek asylum or start doing menial jobs. BTW what do u call high-paying jobs in naija, put a figure (analyze ur bills to bring u close to kind of life quality an average person abroad enjoys)
5. VERY TRUE but shey na only children deserve good life, dem forbid parents to enjoy good life?
6. U still think everyone relocates to the poor neighbourhoods in the west. Poor NewYork neighbourhoods are not the only places people relocate to.....Google for urself the crime rate in europe and canada. Do you know in Nigeria people now kidnap their neighbours for ransom as small as 1 million Naira..Farming na no go area now, herdsmen go arrange u.
7. Fallacy of Hasty generalization: Someone is probably 80% done with a mortgage payment of say 300k euros but them living paycheck to paycheck or their zero account balance is the highlight for u...CONTINUE
8. Anyone is free to choose.... U may choose Russia or SouthKorea..BTW if its for money ONLY, Kuwait will probaby be the destination of choice for people
9. NIGERIA: Lesser pay, Lesser bills, Lower standard of living CANADA or WHEREVER: More pay, More cost of living, Higher standard of living... CHOOSE ONE....the good infrastructure is paid for by those who use it.
10. Dont be a local champion: Nothing stops you from aspiring to work in corporate offices abroad too......Ur advice will probably be useful for some who have no plans of what they want to do when they get to the abroad sha.

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Re: Canada Hype And Travel Rush: Here Are Things You Need To Know by Nuttella(f): 8:47am On Jan 11
We4all:
Op, stay in Nigeria if you want to, but don't try to dissuade others with your sentimental post. Most of the people who resigned from their jobs to migrate are guaranteed a life free from spiritual attacks from "evil Nigerian co-workers". And to think there are many of them.

Let me school you. For you to excel in high paying Government agencies in Nigeria, you must be doing something out of the extraordinary otherwise, you won't live to reap your fruits. Working in Nigeria by itself is a risk cos attacks from envious colleagues is something else.

It is better to work as a security guard in a developed country where you will be free from spiritual attacks than to work in a blue chip agency in Nigeria where everyday is a spiritual battle.

I lost two people close to me recently. By the time they both realized where the attack was coming from and they felt it was time to quit, it was too late.
Spiritual attack in workplaces? Tell me about it, why should someone die from spiritual attack? it's because they are weak spiritually, they are not close to God, dem no born any colleague well to attack me spiritually and kill me. Also who told you oyibo don't do juju, oyibo have their own witches too.

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Re: Canada Hype And Travel Rush: Here Are Things You Need To Know by LaReinaa(f): 8:48am On Jan 11
@op, take several seats at the back biko!
Do not try to discourage people from migrating from an insane country to a sane country.. that sanity and peace of mind is priceless..

I bet you’ve never left the shores of this country, if you have, you won’t write up the crap you put up there!

My advice to every young person living in this country, if you have a means and opportunity to leave this corrupt nation where the rich gets richer and the poor and average gets frustrated, kindly Japa for your own good, do it for your unborn kids atleast!

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Re: Canada Hype And Travel Rush: Here Are Things You Need To Know by onecoder: 8:48am On Jan 11
Princewill1:
The high successes recorded by dubious politicians, fraudulent pastors and ponzi scheme operators in Nigeria are living proofs that Nigerians can be so gullible. We can easily be deceived. The astronomical hype on Canada is the latest deceit in town. Here are things you need to know before immigrating.

1. The list of richest Nigerians is filled with Nigerians living at home. You're more likely to make it into Forbes if you live in Nigeria. At least that's what the stat shows, whether people making into Forbes in Nigeria are engaging in corrupt practices is a story for another day. The odds of becoming a dollar billionaire favours those at home . No Diaspora Nigerian has ever made it into Forbes billionaire list.

2. There are more money to be made in a developing economy than in a developed economy. That's why as you're rushing out of the country, Lebanese, Indians and Chinese are rushing in. Only few will understand. You're sitting on the biggest market in Africa yet you haven't realize this but the Lebanese and the Indians knew this.

3. If you are the type who don't fancy working for others, it's much more easier to own a business in Nigeria than in Canada/US. Western countries were set up for the 99% populace to work for 1% elites. Their education systems were designed to produce workforce for the rat race. Not to create employers of labour.

4. It's stupidity to resign from a high-paying job in Nigeria in a bid to relocate to Canada/US. Your eyes will get clear up when you start facing the hard realities in Canada. Those who had made this mistake in the past are ashamed to come on social media to talk about it. The ones talking on Twitter are 'freshers' who just arrived.

5. If you want to secure 2nd passport for your kids, you don't necessarily need to immigrate to achieve this. There are other ways, one method is overseas child birth.

6. You're 5x more likely to be shot and rubbed in New York than in Lagos. Poor neighborhoods all over the world has more crime rates. The thing is, when you finally made it in Nigeria,you can move to high brow areas with lesser crime.

7. Nigerians are spending up to 8millions ($21k) and above to immigrate to Canada/US whereas an average canadian or American citizen can't boast of $10k in their bank A/C's. They live pay check to pay check.

8. Some Nigerians claims that they ain't relocating because of the money but because of good infrastructure, good health care system, value for their money etc. That's a lie! 98% of Nigerians who're eager to travel out are relocating because of economic reasons. There are good infrastructure, good health care system and value for money in countries like Kuwait, Russia, Brazil, South Korea, Chile etc but Nigerians ain't trooping there, indicating that their preference for Canada/US is purely based on economic reasons.

9. It's cheaper to live in Nigeria. Canada/US promises higher minimum wage but the system will still take it away from you. It's like giving you with one hand and taking from you with another. $2k (N760k) will pay for your one year rent of 2 bedrooms apartment in a good location in Nigeria but same amount will only fetch you one month rent of a match box apartment in Canada/US.

10. This is not to stop you from traveling out but to inform you on the true realities. Economic immigration should be left for lower or working class who're struggling or to young lads who wants to school abroad and thereafter further their career overseas. Not to deceive Nigerians already earning good in corporate offices in Nigeria to resign and relocate where they will be employed as security guards or to deceive business owners who's businesses are thriving in Nigeria to close down business and relocate. Don't let them deceive you with the hype. Money don't grow on trees anywhere in the world.
Is Nigeria not set up the same way?
You don't even see the disproportionate salaries earned by senators as a problem. Do you?

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Re: Canada Hype And Travel Rush: Here Are Things You Need To Know by kechywillz(m): 8:49am On Jan 11
The business we even do in Nigeria doesnt have a standard regulatory agency,even if it does,most people dont comply to the rules and its not enviroment friendly...I would do business here but still prefer to live in Canada,I want a place where my security is 60 percent guaranteed and not here am not given up to 10 percent,look at Nigerian evirons and wish to for Nigeria than canada

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Re: Canada Hype And Travel Rush: Here Are Things You Need To Know by allandutch: 8:49am On Jan 11
Princewill1:
The high successes recorded by dubious politicians, fraudulent pastors and ponzi scheme operators in Nigeria are living proofs that Nigerians can be so gullible. We can easily be deceived. The astronomical hype on Canada is the latest deceit in town. Here are things you need to know before immigrating.

1. The list of richest Nigerians is filled with Nigerians living at home. You're more likely to make it into Forbes if you live in Nigeria. At least that's what the stat shows, whether people making into Forbes in Nigeria are engaging in corrupt practices is a story for another day. The odds of becoming a dollar billionaire favours those at home . No Diaspora Nigerian has ever made it into Forbes billionaire list.

2. There are more money to be made in a developing economy than in a developed economy. That's why as you're rushing out of the country, Lebanese, Indians and Chinese are rushing in. Only few will understand. You're sitting on the biggest market in Africa yet you haven't realize this but the Lebanese and the Indians knew this.

3. If you are the type who don't fancy working for others, it's much more easier to own a business in Nigeria than in Canada/US. Western countries were set up for the 99% populace to work for 1% elites. Their education systems were designed to produce workforce for the rat race. Not to create employers of labour.

4. It's stupidity to resign from a high-paying job in Nigeria in a bid to relocate to Canada/US. Your eyes will get clear up when you start facing the hard realities in Canada. Those who had made this mistake in the past are ashamed to come on social media to talk about it. The ones talking on Twitter are 'freshers' who just arrived.

5. If you want to secure 2nd passport for your kids, you don't necessarily need to immigrate to achieve this. There are other ways, one method is overseas child birth.

6. You're 5x more likely to be shot and rubbed in New York than in Lagos. Poor neighborhoods all over the world has more crime rates. The thing is, when you finally made it in Nigeria,you can move to high brow areas with lesser crime.

7. Nigerians are spending up to 8millions ($21k) and above to immigrate to Canada/US whereas an average canadian or American citizen can't boast of $10k in their bank A/C's. They live pay check to pay check.

8. Some Nigerians claims that they ain't relocating because of the money but because of good infrastructure, good health care system, value for their money etc. That's a lie! 98% of Nigerians who're eager to travel out are relocating because of economic reasons. There are good infrastructure, good health care system and value for money in countries like Kuwait, Russia, Brazil, South Korea, Chile etc but Nigerians ain't trooping there, indicating that their preference for Canada/US is purely based on economic reasons.

9. It's cheaper to live in Nigeria. Canada/US promises higher minimum wage but the system will still take it away from you. It's like giving you with one hand and taking from you with another. $2k (N760k) will pay for your one year rent of 2 bedrooms apartment in a good location in Nigeria but same amount will only fetch you one month rent of a match box apartment in Canada/US.

10. This is not to stop you from traveling out but to inform you on the true realities. Economic immigration should be left for lower or working class who're struggling or to young lads who wants to school abroad and thereafter further their career overseas. Not to deceive Nigerians already earning good in corporate offices in Nigeria to resign and relocate where they will be employed as security guards or to deceive business owners who's businesses are thriving in Nigeria to close down business and relocate. Don't let them deceive you with the hype. Money don't grow on trees anywhere in the world.

Nonsense. Even a homeless man in US/Canada is most likely richer than a lot of first class graduate here. Some of those homeless people may sometimes spend up to $200 a month on alcohol alone. Graduates here don't make that much in a month.

At least in the US, you can be homeless in peace. Here people will just kidnap you and use you for money ritual.

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Re: Canada Hype And Travel Rush: Here Are Things You Need To Know by Bullman(m): 8:49am On Jan 11
Princewill1:
The high successes recorded by dubious politicians, fraudulent pastors and ponzi scheme operators in Nigeria are living proofs that Nigerians can be so gullible. We can easily be deceived. The astronomical hype on Canada is the latest deceit in town. Here are things you need to know before immigrating.

1. The list of richest Nigerians is filled with Nigerians living at home. You're more likely to make it into Forbes if you live in Nigeria. At least that's what the stat shows, whether people making into Forbes in Nigeria are engaging in corrupt practices is a story for another day. The odds of becoming a dollar billionaire favours those at home . No Diaspora Nigerian has ever made it into Forbes billionaire list.

2. There are more money to be made in a developing economy than in a developed economy. That's why as you're rushing out of the country, Lebanese, Indians and Chinese are rushing in. Only few will understand. You're sitting on the biggest market in Africa yet you haven't realize this but the Lebanese and the Indians knew this.

3. If you are the type who don't fancy working for others, it's much more easier to own a business in Nigeria than in Canada/US. Western countries were set up for the 99% populace to work for 1% elites. Their education systems were designed to produce workforce for the rat race. Not to create employers of labour.

4. It's stupidity to resign from a high-paying job in Nigeria in a bid to relocate to Canada/US. Your eyes will get clear up when you start facing the hard realities in Canada. Those who had made this mistake in the past are ashamed to come on social media to talk about it. The ones talking on Twitter are 'freshers' who just arrived.

5. If you want to secure 2nd passport for your kids, you don't necessarily need to immigrate to achieve this. There are other ways, one method is overseas child birth.

6. You're 5x more likely to be shot and rubbed in New York than in Lagos. Poor neighborhoods all over the world has more crime rates. The thing is, when you finally made it in Nigeria,you can move to high brow areas with lesser crime.

7. Nigerians are spending up to 8millions ($21k) and above to immigrate to Canada/US whereas an average canadian or American citizen can't boast of $10k in their bank A/C's. They live pay check to pay check.

8. Some Nigerians claims that they ain't relocating because of the money but because of good infrastructure, good health care system, value for their money etc. That's a lie! 98% of Nigerians who're eager to travel out are relocating because of economic reasons. There are good infrastructure, good health care system and value for money in countries like Kuwait, Russia, Brazil, South Korea, Chile etc but Nigerians ain't trooping there, indicating that their preference for Canada/US is purely based on economic reasons.

9. It's cheaper to live in Nigeria. Canada/US promises higher minimum wage but the system will still take it away from you. It's like giving you with one hand and taking from you with another. $2k (N760k) will pay for your one year rent of 2 bedrooms apartment in a good location in Nigeria but same amount will only fetch you one month rent of a match box apartment in Canada/US.

10. This is not to stop you from traveling out but to inform you on the true realities. Economic immigration should be left for lower or working class who're struggling or to young lads who wants to school abroad and thereafter further their career overseas. Not to deceive Nigerians already earning good in corporate offices in Nigeria to resign and relocate where they will be employed as security guards or to deceive business owners who's businesses are thriving in Nigeria to close down business and relocate. Don't let them deceive you with the hype. Money don't grow on trees anywhere in the world.

How much were u paid to write this horseshit epistle?

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Re: Canada Hype And Travel Rush: Here Are Things You Need To Know by edoairways: 8:50am On Jan 11
@ Princewill1 the link below clearly show reasons why most Nigerians migrate to Canada. This is well researched article not permutated or perception

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qqPIZZJtkkw

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Re: Canada Hype And Travel Rush: Here Are Things You Need To Know by ThierryJay: 8:51am On Jan 11
For a working class person
Re: Canada Hype And Travel Rush: Here Are Things You Need To Know by lexy2014: 8:52am On Jan 11
dake40:


Please learn to respond to arguments with critical, rational and constructive points.

You ended up saying nothing

His response was critical, rational & constructive. I believe he made very good points

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Re: Canada Hype And Travel Rush: Here Are Things You Need To Know by hapi4eva: 8:52am On Jan 11
If you have the brain to type this non sense then you should have the brain to think like a sane person. I'm sure CANADA denied you visa and you decide to bring your hate here. Grow up boy and stop expressing your stupidity everywhere...
Princewill1:
The high successes recorded by dubious politicians, fraudulent pastors and ponzi scheme operators in Nigeria are living proofs that Nigerians can be so gullible. We can easily be deceived. The astronomical hype on Canada is the latest deceit in town. Here are things you need to know before immigrating.

1. The list of richest Nigerians is filled with Nigerians living at home. You're more likely to make it into Forbes if you live in Nigeria. At least that's what the stat shows, whether people making into Forbes in Nigeria are engaging in corrupt practices is a story for another day. The odds of becoming a dollar billionaire favours those at home . No Diaspora Nigerian has ever made it into Forbes billionaire list.

2. There are more money to be made in a developing economy than in a developed economy. That's why as you're rushing out of the country, Lebanese, Indians and Chinese are rushing in. Only few will understand. You're sitting on the biggest market in Africa yet you haven't realize this but the Lebanese and the Indians knew this.

3. If you are the type who don't fancy working for others, it's much more easier to own a business in Nigeria than in Canada/US. Western countries were set up for the 99% populace to work for 1% elites. Their education systems were designed to produce workforce for the rat race. Not to create employers of labour.

4. It's stupidity to resign from a high-paying job in Nigeria in a bid to relocate to Canada/US. Your eyes will get clear up when you start facing the hard realities in Canada. Those who had made this mistake in the past are ashamed to come on social media to talk about it. The ones talking on Twitter are 'freshers' who just arrived.

5. If you want to secure 2nd passport for your kids, you don't necessarily need to immigrate to achieve this. There are other ways, one method is overseas child birth.

6. You're 5x more likely to be shot and rubbed in New York than in Lagos. Poor neighborhoods all over the world has more crime rates. The thing is, when you finally made it in Nigeria,you can move to high brow areas with lesser crime.

7. Nigerians are spending up to 8millions ($21k) and above to immigrate to Canada/US whereas an average canadian or American citizen can't boast of $10k in their bank A/C's. They live pay check to pay check.

8. Some Nigerians claims that they ain't relocating because of the money but because of good infrastructure, good health care system, value for their money etc. That's a lie! 98% of Nigerians who're eager to travel out are relocating because of economic reasons. There are good infrastructure, good health care system and value for money in countries like Kuwait, Russia, Brazil, South Korea, Chile etc but Nigerians ain't trooping there, indicating that their preference for Canada/US is purely based on economic reasons.

9. It's cheaper to live in Nigeria. Canada/US promises higher minimum wage but the system will still take it away from you. It's like giving you with one hand and taking from you with another. $2k (N760k) will pay for your one year rent of 2 bedrooms apartment in a good location in Nigeria but same amount will only fetch you one month rent of a match box apartment in Canada/US.

10. This is not to stop you from traveling out but to inform you on the true realities. Economic immigration should be left for lower or working class who're struggling or to young lads who wants to school abroad and thereafter further their career overseas. Not to deceive Nigerians already earning good in corporate offices in Nigeria to resign and relocate where they will be employed as security guards or to deceive business owners who's businesses are thriving in Nigeria to close down business and relocate. Don't let them deceive you with the hype. Money don't grow on trees anywhere in the world.

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Re: Canada Hype And Travel Rush: Here Are Things You Need To Know by yusluvad(m): 8:53am On Jan 11
Everyone with their own believe...
Re: Canada Hype And Travel Rush: Here Are Things You Need To Know by orgylover: 8:54am On Jan 11
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Re: Canada Hype And Travel Rush: Here Are Things You Need To Know by Mummymahdi(f): 8:55am On Jan 11
See foolish and baseless post!
Why not compare $21k rent with 21k naira? As far as u are not using naira to pay rent in Canada dn't compare a dollar with what can its equivalent do in Nigeria. If u say i can eat with 500 in Nigeria then think of what $500 cannn do, not what $1 can do. Is 500naira suppose to b $1 ? 1naira is suppose to b $1.thats achievement

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Re: Canada Hype And Travel Rush: Here Are Things You Need To Know by ebuclassic18(m): 8:57am On Jan 11
Mr op honestly I see no reason in ur write up

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Re: Canada Hype And Travel Rush: Here Are Things You Need To Know by 400billionman: 8:58am On Jan 11
Most Nigerians don't understand that number 7.

Americans don't have savings.

Very few entrepreneurs do.

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Re: Canada Hype And Travel Rush: Here Are Things You Need To Know by lexy2014: 8:58am On Jan 11
Akolawole:


Till tomorrow, people are still making legitimate millions in the same Nigeria.

Are u one of them?
Re: Canada Hype And Travel Rush: Here Are Things You Need To Know by AleAirHub(m): 8:58am On Jan 11
Worst Post Ever Shared On The Front Page. To Me, This Is A Sponsored Post. Rubbish. angry angry

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Re: Canada Hype And Travel Rush: Here Are Things You Need To Know by GofuckYourself(m): 8:58am On Jan 11
Princewill1:
The high successes recorded by dubious politicians, fraudulent pastors and ponzi scheme operators in Nigeria are living proofs that Nigerians can be so gullible. We can easily be deceived. The astronomical hype on Canada is the latest deceit in town. Here are things you need to know before immigrating.

1. The list of richest Nigerians is filled with Nigerians living at home. You're more likely to make it into Forbes if you live in Nigeria. At least that's what the stat shows, whether people making into Forbes in Nigeria are engaging in corrupt practices is a story for another day. The odds of becoming a dollar billionaire favours those at home . No Diaspora Nigerian has ever made it into Forbes billionaire list.

2. There are more money to be made in a developing economy than in a developed economy. That's why as you're rushing out of the country, Lebanese, Indians and Chinese are rushing in. Only few will understand. You're sitting on the biggest market in Africa yet you haven't realize this but the Lebanese and the Indians knew this.

3. If you are the type who don't fancy working for others, it's much more easier to own a business in Nigeria than in Canada/US. Western countries were set up for the 99% populace to work for 1% elites. Their education systems were designed to produce workforce for the rat race. Not to create employers of labour.

4. It's stupidity to resign from a high-paying job in Nigeria in a bid to relocate to Canada/US. Your eyes will get clear up when you start facing the hard realities in Canada. Those who had made this mistake in the past are ashamed to come on social media to talk about it. The ones talking on Twitter are 'freshers' who just arrived.

5. If you want to secure 2nd passport for your kids, you don't necessarily need to immigrate to achieve this. There are other ways, one method is overseas child birth.

6. You're 5x more likely to be shot and rubbed in New York than in Lagos. Poor neighborhoods all over the world has more crime rates. The thing is, when you finally made it in Nigeria,you can move to high brow areas with lesser crime.

7. Nigerians are spending up to 8millions ($21k) and above to immigrate to Canada/US whereas an average canadian or American citizen can't boast of $10k in their bank A/C's. They live pay check to pay check.

8. Some Nigerians claims that they ain't relocating because of the money but because of good infrastructure, good health care system, value for their money etc. That's a lie! 98% of Nigerians who're eager to travel out are relocating because of economic reasons. There are good infrastructure, good health care system and value for money in countries like Kuwait, Russia, Brazil, South Korea, Chile etc but Nigerians ain't trooping there, indicating that their preference for Canada/US is purely based on economic reasons.

9. It's cheaper to live in Nigeria. Canada/US promises higher minimum wage but the system will still take it away from you. It's like giving you with one hand and taking from you with another. $2k (N760k) will pay for your one year rent of 2 bedrooms apartment in a good location in Nigeria but same amount will only fetch you one month rent of a match box apartment in Canada/US.

10. This is not to stop you from traveling out but to inform you on the true realities. Economic immigration should be left for lower or working class who're struggling or to young lads who wants to school abroad and thereafter further their career overseas. Not to deceive Nigerians already earning good in corporate offices in Nigeria to resign and relocate where they will be employed as security guards or to deceive business owners who's businesses are thriving in Nigeria to close down business and relocate. Don't let them deceive you with the hype. Money don't grow on trees anywhere in the world.


This has to be the stupidest post I have read here this year grin

So uninformed, unenlightened and myopic

Wow

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Re: Canada Hype And Travel Rush: Here Are Things You Need To Know by stansmart(m): 8:58am On Jan 11
OP made some valid points on the surface but massively flawed in general. You cant buy peace of mind, have u asked the question why the family members of the nigerians on forbes list stay for the most part abroad. The main difference btw yankee and 9ja is, your hardwork/dedication is guaranteed to be rewarded in one over the other.

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Re: Canada Hype And Travel Rush: Here Are Things You Need To Know by TheGift: 8:59am On Jan 11
Kriss216:
The year just started, but, I nominate this post as the Most Foolish post of the year!



Trying to compare staying in Canada and staying in Nigeria should be treated as a Criminal offence.

Have you been to Canada before?

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