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Re: My Journey To Rwanda Kigali by nwadikeokey11: 9:08pm On May 31
oluayebenz:


Thank you so much, I really appreciate the word of advice.....

Everybody knows the situation in Nigeria and that doesn't mean I should start cursing or been negative because Nigeria is still our home.

One love brother!
Thanks brotherly for ur understanding. Love u.
Re: My Journey To Rwanda Kigali by maikalaf(m): 12:10am On Jun 01


You're welcome.

May God see every genuine Nigerian youths with legit huzzle through the hard times our wicked leaders put them through.

Stay focus and be creative and the sky is your limit.

One thing I have noticed during my trips across Africa is, besides business that you are asking for, services are on high demands everywhere and it's a gold mine.

What do I mean by services?

Skills.

What you can do with your hand. (Not buying and selling)

1. Barbing. Learn how to barb hairs it's always in demand. And all you need is a Clipper brushes and combs. When chips are down, that is what you can easily fall back on.

2.Weaving and plaiting (Nigerian guys do that a lot in South Africa and they make good money riding good cars)
Go and learn how to make ladies hair. Including attachment. Etc.

3. Civil Engineering. And every aspect of house building.
Plumbing
Painting
Electrical
Tiling
POP.
Welding
All these are in high demand but most of them are done by Senegalese, Cotonou guys. The only one I know they don't Ventura into is Aluminum windows and doors. So learn that. They build houses and hotels across AFRICA you won't lack jobs in that area.

4.
Art
You stand to make good money in Art anywhere especially where they have good tourism. With Art you can't be stranded.

5.
Buying and selling of what we have in Naija and is in demand where you are. This requires money. You gats to have good money.


Never travel out of Naija with the sole aim of using your certificate to work. Especially in Africa.
I am not saying your certificate is useless. No! Take your certificate along everywhere you go but learn skills.
Skills will bail you out when your certificate seems to be useless.

It's not easy typing all these. But I always have the passion to help people and I hate seeing youths take wrong steps in their struggle to make it in life.
So, don't mind the typographical errors.

Never Ever have the mind to go into crime. It's never a good venture. You will see guys wanting to lure you into it.

Never yield. All you need is God by your side, Your certificate in your file, a good Skill in your Hands and a Sharp brain in your skull.

All you stay blessed.

Thank you for your words.
But how about those of us with just tech skills?
Would you advise one have other skills to that?

Thank you.
Re: My Journey To Rwanda Kigali by samsung007(m): 2:59pm On Jun 01
I so much love this thread.
I have been to google but what I got was general answers to my questions.

I want to study in Kigali but am torn between what to do.I know that every country has it ups and down but am willing to stick with this one.

But I need help on process and everything.Am need to traveling and won't want to make a grave mistake as my first time. So if there is any WhatsApp or telegram group,I would like to be added.



Shalom
Re: My Journey To Rwanda Kigali by 4everEdward(m): 3:04pm On Jun 01
samsung007:
I so much love this thread.
I have been to google but what I got was general answers to my questions.

I want to study in Kigali but am torn between what to do.I know that every country has it ups and down but am willing to stick with this one.

But I need help on process and everything.Am need to traveling and won't want to make a grave mistake as my first time. So if there is any WhatsApp or telegram group,I would like to be added.



Shalom


email me @ amarachichigbo1@gmail.com so i can add you to my travel group
Re: My Journey To Rwanda Kigali by NLambassador: 12:41pm On Jun 02
See as some people just came and spoil the fun for us. Things are expensive there, fine. Its not new, why do you have to attack the OP like that? He is living a student life, how will it be expensive compared to someone living in a 1million house? If all we think about is the cost of living then no one will travel out. Besides, not everyone in the travel thread is interested in really going out. Some of us are only interested in the fun, just to see the way life is in other regions. Now the OP had lost motivation in the thread.
OP please update the thread, I am looking forward to your adventures.

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Re: My Journey To Rwanda Kigali by Prechboy(m): 1:01pm On Jun 02
NLambassador:
See as some people just came and spoil the fun for us. Things are expensive there, fine. Its not new, why do you have to attack the OP like that? He is living a student life, how will it be expensive compared to someone living in a 1million house? If all we think about is the cost of living then no one will travel out. Besides, not everyone in the travel thread is interested in really going out. Some of us are only interested in the fun, just to see the way life is in other regions. Now the OP had lost motivation in the thread.
OP please update the thread, I am looking forward to your adventures.
which fun you dey talk about coz the OP updates this thread once in a blue moon. Besides I see no wrong with people sharing their experiences about the same place. The OP is just being emotional. Nobody is attacking him. I have learnt more about Rwanda from those contributors than the OP because he does not even talk about the things want to know about instead he will go to the market and upload a video on YouTube so we can go and subscribe. If OP wants this thread to flourish then he should update more and talk about things that we will like to know about

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Re: My Journey To Rwanda Kigali by 4everEdward(m): 9:00pm On Jun 02
Prechboy:
which fun you dey talk about coz the OP updates this thread once in a blue moon. Besides I see no wrong with people sharing their experiences about the same place. The OP is just being emotional. Nobody is attacking him. I have learnt more about Rwanda from those contributors than the OP because he does not even talk about the things want to know about instead he will go to the market and upload a video on YouTube so we can go and subscribe. If OP wants this thread to flourish then he should update more and talk about things that we will like to know about


smiley smiley smiley smiley smiley smiley smiley smiley
Re: My Journey To Rwanda Kigali by 4everEdward(m): 9:02pm On Jun 02
NLambassador:
See as some people just came and spoil the fun for us. Things are expensive there, fine. Its not new, why do you have to attack the OP like that? He is living a student life, how will it be expensive compared to someone living in a 1million house? If all we think about is the cost of living then no one will travel out. Besides, not everyone in the travel thread is interested in really going out. Some of us are only interested in the fun, just to see the way life is in other regions. Now the OP had lost motivation in the thread.
OP please update the thread, I am looking forward to your adventures.


smiley smiley NOTHING BRO AM GOOD.... NOT REALLY BEEN FEELING GOOD, I WILL UPDATE THE THREAD. I WILL WANT TO GET MY CONTENT RIGHT BEFORE SHOOTING AGAIN THANKS BRO, AT LEAST I APPRE, YOUR CONCERN
Re: My Journey To Rwanda Kigali by 4everEdward(m): 11:28am On Jun 03
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Re: My Journey To Rwanda Kigali by Ogbuonyeisiogu(m): 9:05pm On Jun 03
YOUR URGENT ADVICE NEEDED!


I am considering,, Rwanda,. Mauritius, Benin Republic, I want to relocate with my family, my wife an American citizen, 5kids with the Eldest being 12 and my cousin.

I want to do business, I need a very peaceful environment with a very strong and stable economy, political and social institutions. I want to set up a business with about 3M for start up.

I need a nice place love very neat city to do business and grow my kids.

[Please I need your honest advice here.

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Re: My Journey To Rwanda Kigali by good4all40: 9:38pm On Jun 03
Ogbuonyeisiogu:

YOUR URGENT ADVICE NEEDED!


I am considering,, Rwanda,. Mauritius, Benin Republic, I want to relocate with my family, my wife an American citizen, 5kids with the Eldest being 12 and my cousin.

I want to do business, I need a very peaceful environment with a very strong and stable economy, political and social institutions. I want to set up a business with about 3M for start up.

I need a nice place love very neat city to do business and grow my kids.

[Please I need your honest advice here.

Then Kigali, Rwanda should be your best bet, the country has everything you have stated and more you are going to enjoy it and the country is great to train children.

With 3 to 5 million Naira you can start a decent small business too.

But I will advice you to go to the country first go and see things first hand you and your wife will also not be a bad idea atleast for 2 to 3 weeks and explore the city yourself. there are decent Nigerians living in Kigali which l believed some of them have commented previously on this beautiful thread.

I have been to Kigali myself and many other countries in Africa so l know what l am recommending.

As for Mauritius l don't know much about it.

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Re: My Journey To Rwanda Kigali by nwadikeokey11: 11:28pm On Jun 03
good4all40:


Then Kigali, Rwanda should be your best bet, the country has everything you have stated and more you are going to enjoy it and the country is great to train children.

With 3 to 5 million Naira you can start a decent small business too.

But I will advice you to go to the country first go and see things first hand you and your wife will also not be a bad idea atleast for 2 to 3 weeks and explore the city yourself. there are decent Nigerians living in Kigali which l believed some of them have commented previously on this beautiful thread.

I have been to Kigali myself and many other countries in Africa so l know what l am recommending.

As for Mauritius l don't know much about it.
Kigali is also my choice for him, but asking him to go with his wife first is wrong bro. My reason is this. I bet u, if he dares go to spend 3weeks wit his wife first in Kigali, that 3mil he is planning to start up business wit will be finished on that trip even before the eventual relocation. Flight ticket alone with his wife, at least 300k will be out of the money. Then renting a house and feeding in Kigali for a whole 3weeks, i tell u, the least all that would cost him will be nothing lest than 1.5mil. That's if he is on a low profile oo. Kigali is all what he said he wants here, so he should go alone for now, established then come back and take his family. Mauritius is also very good, beautiful and every thing he listed here as the kind of place he want to settle in but the problem about Mauritius is that the country is damn too expensive and the population is too small. About 600k population, and their purchasing power is not that great. The competition there will be much for him. Thanks.

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Re: My Journey To Rwanda Kigali by OEChika: 12:00am On Jun 04
Please Uchman, I really need to talk to you about something. Please

RWF to Naira please[quote][/quote]
Re: My Journey To Rwanda Kigali by Ogbuonyeisiogu(m): 1:07am On Jun 04
Thanks Guys
Re: My Journey To Rwanda Kigali by uchman(m): 3:01am On Jun 04
OEChika:
Please Uchman, I really need to talk to you about something. Please

RWF to Naira please

Ok bro,
My WhatsApp on my sig
Re: My Journey To Rwanda Kigali by good4all40: 5:41am On Jun 04
nwadikeokey11:
Kigali is also my choice for him, but asking him to go with his wife first is wrong bro. My reason is this. I bet u, if he dares go to spend 3weeks wit his wife first in Kigali, that 3mil he is planning to start up business wit will be finished on that trip even before the eventual relocation. Flight ticket alone with his wife, at least 300k will be out of the money. Then renting a house and feeding in Kigali for a whole 3weeks, i tell u, the least all that would cost him will be nothing lest than 1.5mil. That's if he is on a low profile oo. Kigali is all what he said he wants here, so he should go alone for now, established then come back and take his family. Mauritius is also very good, beautiful and every thing he listed here as the kind of place he want to settle in but the problem about Mauritius is that the country is damn too expensive and the population is too small. About 600k population, and their purchasing power is not that great. The competition there will be much for him. Thanks.

Of course him going alone is the best and first choice, but l don't know how financially bouyant he is that's why l suggested him going with his wife for few weeks as another option if he can afford it.

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Re: My Journey To Rwanda Kigali by BENARI: 7:54am On Jun 04
ifecx4real:
Rwanda is a beautiful and lovely country but if you don't have money, DO NOT GO THERE. Not even to hustle.
Just very good for vacation or holiday.

Enjoyed my vacation there to the fullest and plan to go back for holiday sometime next year.

Compared to lagos, Rwanda is a Lil bit more expensive, but nothing extraordinary.

Their locals are very friendly.


Hi, thanks for the precise info you guys are furnishing us with here. I plan on visiting Rwanda next month. Can you please provide guidance with regards flight and hotel accommodation in Kigali please?

If you can suggest a good, neat, and secured hotel I can stay while there. I plan to spend 2 weeks max.

Thanks.
Re: My Journey To Rwanda Kigali by BENARI: 8:04am On Jun 04
Agape123:
Kigali is expensive, yeah i mean very expensive. I came in last week Saturday, arrived at the Manor hotel and later left for Ikaze B&B hotel. The room I lodged at the manor hotel with my friends is $150 per night. You can’t even compare it to a 4 star hotel in Nigeria. Very wack service. Housing is very expensive. Me and my guys rented a 4 bedroom semi detached duplex in Umucyo estate for $1,000 per month that’s like 1 million RWF, so we paid $2,000 total ( 1 month caution fee) I know d stress we went through b4 seeing a landlord willing to collect 1 month rent. Most houses here don’t even have AC, their taxi is expensive. Yegocars or so is like Uber. Very expensive, data is expensive 10,000 RWF for 12GB on 4G damnnn. What I only like is their ladies haha, big bummmmm �

Hi, thanks for the precise info you guys are furnishing us with here. I plan on visiting Rwanda next month. Can you please provide guidance with regards flight and hotel accommodation in Kigali please?

If you can suggest a good, neat, and secured hotel I can stay while there. I plan to spend 2 weeks max.

Thanks.
Re: My Journey To Rwanda Kigali by 4everEdward(m): 8:05am On Jun 04
BENARI:


Hi, thanks for the precise info. I plan on visiting Rwanda next month. Can you please provide guidance with regards flight and hotel accommodation in Kigali please?

If you can suggest a good, neat, and secured hotel I can stay while there. I plan to spend 2 weeks max.

Thanks.




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Re: My Journey To Rwanda Kigali by 4everEdward(m): 8:07am On Jun 04
HELLO GOOD MORNING MY DEAR FRIENDS

TODAY, let talk about travel.

before coming to rwanda i have visited Benin republic and other west Africa countries before choosing to come over here in Rwanda and mind you i did a thorough research about and my information too online....

before going to this west African countries like, benin republic , togo and ivory coast, my going their was to know the easiest way to migrate out from there, but it was very difficult why because they migration list are very long and i don't meet the requirement and not only that they hate Nigerians and not even that, THEY DONT SPEAK ENGLISH sad sad sad

SO mainly i just used the opportunity to disvirgin my passport, and i was excited that at least i don get STAMp

Guys it was very crazy , lol i was the happiest guy on earth, . so guys i will be sharing my experience in this three countries before landing to the main topic, Rwanda. stay tuned.

get your pop corn , itt will be lit, grin grin grin

and trust me this my experience wont bore you at all... after all I don't bore on my conversation .... LETS GOOOOOOOOOOOO wink wink wink

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Re: My Journey To Rwanda Kigali by good4all40: 9:30am On Jun 04
4everEdward:
HELLO GOOD MORNING MY DEAR FRIENDS

TODAY, let talk about travel.

before coming to rwanda i have visited Benin republic and other west Africa countries before choosing to come over here in Rwanda and mind you i did a thorough research about and my information too online....

before going to this west African countries like, benin republic , togo and ivory coast, my going their was to know the easiest way to migrate out from there, but it was very difficult why because they migration list are very long and i don't meet the requirement and not only that they hate Nigerians and not even that, THEY DONT SPEAK ENGLISH sad sad sad

SO mainly i just used the opportunity to disvirgin my passport, and i was excited that at least i don get STAMp

Guys it was very crazy , lol i was the happiest guy on earth, . so guys i will be sharing my experience in this three countries before landing to the main topic, Rwanda. stay tuned.

get your pop corn , itt will be lit, grin grin grin

and trust me this my experience wont bore you at all... after all I don't bore on my conversation .... LETS GOOOOOOOOOOOO wink wink wink

Now you are talking

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Re: My Journey To Rwanda Kigali by BENARI: 11:11am On Jun 04
4everEdward:





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ELEGANCE HOTEL 1 KABEZA USD 30 +250788852983/+250780839884
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AIRPORT INN
MOTEL 1 KANOMBE /AIRPORT USD 30 +250788470185/+250782043386
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Here are the list of covid 19, approved hotels and their price, you can choose one from here, and they will serve you 3 square meal for free before leaving the hotel... thank you

Thank you
Re: My Journey To Rwanda Kigali by 4everEdward(m): 5:08pm On Jun 04
Hello good evening guys, so we left lagos to benin that was my first time leaving nigeria, i was very happy and excited , i was like so finally my village didnt stop even tho am not travelling with plane, yet i was so happy,

so we left lagos and got Iyanba, take bus and We Movvvvvvvvvv............
so got at the boarder we have already hear how immigration behave in my heart and my two other friends we are prepare for them. and because we gather together in my hotel room and prayed before leaving lagos, we got to immigration boarder they wanted to waist our time but God was with us, we paid 500 naira each for the fee and we were stamped into benin republic and the journey was 76 hours by road....

shortly i got a text on MTN, phone welcome to Benin republic i said NO, IS LIKE maybe am dreaming , and find this Samaritan who helped us a lady and she is a nigerian and she is schooling in benin republic and she can speak French so she help us still we lodge in the hotel, and appre, her and gave her so token and she left.

inside me, am not feeling complete yet, i said guys lets go out, lets carry girls nah. only us no fit dey this hotel come make we go flex...

they hail me and called eddyaba oh lol grin grin grin
but before going out, we just have to locate a nigeria restra. and we ate good egwusi soup . which 1200 franc, which is appro, 800 naira as at then, so if you have good business idea benin republic is for you, the only problem you will face is their language....

nigerians are making mad money in that country both selling car parts and importing of shoes and cloths......

Finanlly after eating , we enter street in search of >>>> Shema<<<<<< Girl. lol cheesy cheesy cheesy cheesy

menh this people are so beautiful, they so so beautiful. i find one girl her name is Decesive . in short, i call her decy. this girl is extreamely beautiful. Fast forward....................................................

she said i will pay her in dollars i asked her how much she said $25 dollar, i said no problem.

my other girl pick her girl while other one didnt pick he said oboy i dont have money to give any girl. let call him Ade, Ade is very stingy to himself, that day we started that travel was the first time seeing him and because he was my travel group we organize the travel...

so throughout that trip a consider Ade as a Jew man, me wey be igbo guy, nawa ooo. watin dey happen and Ade he is a yoruba guy, him no sai anything, i told him see we are here to enjoy and explore no dey misbehave

in other i dont want him to kill my vibe, i ignore the motherFucker

Now lets talk about decy.... grin grin grin grin

TBC.......................

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Re: My Journey To Rwanda Kigali by confirmedniggae: 6:30pm On Jun 04
aboyaji:


M..mmm.mmhh.... 'Clears throat in Igbo man way'

Nwanne m nwoke. Igbo amaka. You didn't disappoint me at all with this question of yours.

E shock me too
Re: My Journey To Rwanda Kigali by confirmedniggae: 6:37pm On Jun 04
Agape123:
Kigali is expensive, yeah i mean very expensive. I came in last week Saturday, arrived at the Manor hotel and later left for Ikaze B&B hotel. The room I lodged at the manor hotel with my friends is $150 per night. You can’t even compare it to a 4 star hotel in Nigeria. Very wack service. Housing is very expensive. Me and my guys rented a 4 bedroom semi detached duplex in Umucyo estate for $1,000 per month that’s like 1 million RWF, so we paid $2,000 total ( 1 month caution fee) I know d stress we went through b4 seeing a landlord willing to collect 1 month rent. Most houses here don’t even have AC, their taxi is expensive. Yegocars or so is like Uber. Very expensive, data is expensive 10,000 RWF for 12GB on 4G damnnn. What I only like is their ladies haha, big bummmmm �


At least those bums go dey console u
Re: My Journey To Rwanda Kigali by confirmedniggae: 6:39pm On Jun 04
Two guys here don badmouth the country already with things been expensive over there ..


A no go again

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Re: My Journey To Rwanda Kigali by nwadikeokey11: 8:27pm On Jun 04
confirmedniggae:
Two guys here don badmouth the country already with things been expensive over there ..


A no go again
There's no developed country, or very good developing country in the world where things are not expensive, in fact Kigali is only but a learner where Luanda, Port Louis AND capitals of other African countries day, AS LONG AS EXPENSIVE IS CONCERNED. what should concern you is whether you can make money there to cover your expenditure.

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Re: My Journey To Rwanda Kigali by good4all40: 10:15pm On Jun 04
4everEdward:
Hello good evening guys, so we left lagos to benin that was my first time leaving nigeria, i was very happy and excited , i was like so finally my village didnt stop even tho am not travelling with plane, yet i was so happy,

so we left lagos and got Iyanba, take bus and We Movvvvvvvvvv............
so got at the boarder we have already hear how immigration behave in my heart and my two other friends we are prepare for them. and because we gather together in my hotel room and prayed before leaving lagos, we got to immigration boarder they wanted to waist our time but God was with us, we paid 500 naira each for the fee and we were stamped into benin republic and the journey was 76 hours by road....

shortly i got a text on MTN, phone welcome to Benin republic i said NO, IS LIKE maybe am dreaming , and find this Samaritan who helped us a lady and she is a nigerian and she is schooling in benin republic and she can speak French so she help us still we lodge in the hotel, and appre, her and gave her so token and she left.

inside me, am not feeling complete yet, i said guys lets go out, lets carry girls nah. only us no fit dey this hotel come make we go flex...

they hail me and called eddyaba oh lol grin grin grin
but before going out, we just have to locate a nigeria restra. and we ate good egwusi soup . which 1200 franc, which is appro, 800 naira as at then, so if you have good business idea benin republic is for you, the only problem you will face is their language....

nigerians are making mad money in that country both selling car parts and importing of shoes and cloths......

Finanlly after eating , we enter street in search of >>>> Shema<<<<<< Girl. lol cheesy cheesy cheesy cheesy

menh this people are so beautiful, they so so beautiful. i find one girl her name is Decesive . in short, i call her decy. this girl is extreamely beautiful. Fast forward....................................................

she said i will pay her in dollars i asked her how much she said $25 dollar, i said no problem.

my other girl pick her girl while other one didnt pick he said oboy i dont have money to give any girl. let call him Ade, Ade is very stingy to himself, that day we started that travel was the first time seeing him and because he was my travel group we organize the travel...

so throughout that trip a consider Ade as a Jew man, me wey be igbo guy, nawa ooo. watin dey happen and Ade he is a yoruba guy, him no sai anything, i told him see we are here to enjoy and explore no dey misbehave

in other i dont want him to kill my vibe, i ignore the motherFucker

Now lets talk about decy.... grin grin grin grin

TBC.......................

Nice update, but sir l don't I understand the 76 hours by road part can you please elucidate?
Re: My Journey To Rwanda Kigali by 4everEdward(m): 7:35am On Jun 05
good4all40:


Nice update, but sir l don't I understand the 76 hours by road part can you please elucidate?

6 hours by road, sorry for the typing error
Re: My Journey To Rwanda Kigali by Dannyplay123: 11:55am On Jun 05
4everEdward:
Hello guys hope you all are having a wonderful evening, i just shoot another video, please check and watch it out and tell me what you think, and please support my side hustle by subing to my channel


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=61iz3o5Z6rk

Op, what if one is coming there as an online freelancer e. A web developer who works for client online and coming to Rwanda to use there stable internet service and constant power supply, so my question is will it be adviceable to come over as an online freelancer?

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Re: My Journey To Rwanda Kigali by 4everEdward(m): 12:25pm On Jun 05
Dannyplay123:


Op, what if one is coming there as an online freelancer e. A web developer who works for client online and coming to Rwanda to use there stable internet service and constant power supply, so my question is will it be adviceable to come over as an online freelancer?


Ok, check this website to know the kind of visa that is available. i believe i answered your question,,, https://irembo.gov.rw/home/citizen/all_services
Re: My Journey To Rwanda Kigali by 4everEdward(m): 1:41pm On Jun 08
Hello guys i decided to shoot this prank and see the reaction of my friends. check if out to know what happened

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u8kiX0zwynQ

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