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Re: Fact Check: Can A Nigerian Really Make It Legitimately In Dubai? by Coldie(m): 12:29am On May 03
If dubai is that hard then how did a friend of mine who went there buy 2 expensive cars in less than one year, still went ahead to renovate their family house from grass to finish in less than one year?
Re: Fact Check: Can A Nigerian Really Make It Legitimately In Dubai? by chiefdiye(m): 12:32am On May 03
porthouse7:
travel restrictions lifted.... u can now contact Trinity travel's for ur dubai Visa, 200k 3months, 100k 1month, with travel health insurance
bros what of one year two years travel visa to UAE
Re: Fact Check: Can A Nigerian Really Make It Legitimately In Dubai? by calcal: 12:35am On May 03
Life no easy for this present generation ooo.
Re: Fact Check: Can A Nigerian Really Make It Legitimately In Dubai? by moshino(m): 12:36am On May 03
Dubaiguy:
Whenever I post videos and threads here, sometimes I do notice some people's negative comments on my threads; all pointing to one thing; they don't believe my posts.

First, I want you to know I am a Nigerian living fine in Dubai (legitimately)

Second, all my videos are based on factual information. My sources are from my experience and realities of Nigerians over here too.

Lastly, if you love and adore Nigeria, great! My videos are for people hoping to come to Dubai, UAE or any other Arab countries for greener pastures.

Now that aside, do Nigerians really make it in Dubai and UAE as a whole... Yes (although, as expected, not everybody)

How do they do it and how can you grow yourself in Dubai even as a Nigerian? It is mainly by working hard and working smart.

1) To work smart, don't depend on menial or 1000 dirhams jobs like construction, cleaning, car wash etc. Yes, these jobs can sustain you but if you want to be able to save and spend better, you will need to aim higher.

It is rare to find nationalities like Phillipines doing these menial jobs because they are very resilient when it comes to working at their dream positions.

You may say they employ based on nationality, but what are you bringing to the table? You speak English better, that's not the only thing needed. How about

2) Experience; I keep saying it experience is golden over here. Companies want you to say you have experience in your field; thats the first thing they wanna hear before seeing your certificate.

3) Get a certification course; This is for folks who don't have certificates in the professional line like Law, Medicine, Engineering etc or looking for a more flexible career. There are many job courses you can do at Dubai that their pay are more than menial jobs. They include;

Barista, Safety, Caregiver, Life Guard, Graphics Design CNA, and I.T. all affordable and lucrative courses. You can even study one of these courses before coming to Dubai.

Although I explained them all with their full prices and potential returns in my video, I will explain two here.

CNA- this course is for people looking to be assistant nurses, it takes about 3-4 months and the pay is around 3000(#300,000+) or more dirhams per month

Barista - Coffee business is so lucrative in Dubai. This course teaches you how to brew coffee. Lessons can take a week or two weeks max. pay ranges from 1500 -2000 dirhams.

Yes, it is not a crime to start small. I started as a car washer too when I got to Dubai I 2015, I washed more than 150 cars in a week but I didn't stop there, I went for certifications and now I thank God today.

Trust me, Nigerians are making it through these jobs, you can do them to grow too. Thanks.




What is the cost of living per month in Dubai/UAE?
Re: Fact Check: Can A Nigerian Really Make It Legitimately In Dubai? by chiefdiye(m): 12:38am On May 03
Dubaiguy:
Whenever I post videos and threads here, sometimes I do notice some people's negative comments on my threads; all pointing to one thing; they don't believe my posts.

First, I want you to know I am a Nigerian living fine in Dubai (legitimately)

Second, all my videos are based on factual information. My sources are from my experience and realities of Nigerians over here too.

Lastly, if you love and adore Nigeria, great! My videos are for people hoping to come to Dubai, UAE or any other Arab countries for greener pastures.

Now that aside, do Nigerians really make it in Dubai and UAE as a whole... Yes (although, as expected, not everybody)

How do they do it and how can you grow yourself in Dubai even as a Nigerian? It is mainly by working hard and working smart.

1) To work smart, don't depend on menial or 1000 dirhams jobs like construction, cleaning, car wash etc. Yes, these jobs can sustain you but if you want to be able to save and spend better, you will need to aim higher.

It is rare to find nationalities like Phillipines doing these menial jobs because they are very resilient when it comes to working at their dream positions.

You may say they employ based on nationality, but what are you bringing to the table? You speak English better, that's not the only thing needed. How about

2) Experience; I keep saying it experience is golden over here. Companies want you to say you have experience in your field; thats the first thing they wanna hear before seeing your certificate.

3) Get a certification course; This is for folks who don't have certificates in the professional line like Law, Medicine, Engineering etc or looking for a more flexible career. There are many job courses you can do at Dubai that their pay are more than menial jobs. They include;

Barista, Safety, Caregiver, Life Guard, Graphics Design CNA, and I.T. all affordable and lucrative courses. You can even study one of these courses before coming to Dubai.

Although I explained them all with their full prices and potential returns in my video, I will explain two here.

CNA- this course is for people looking to be assistant nurses, it takes about 3-4 months and the pay is around 3000(#300,000+) or more dirhams per month

Barista - Coffee business is so lucrative in Dubai. This course teaches you how to brew coffee. Lessons can take a week or two weeks max. pay ranges from 1500 -2000 dirhams.

Yes, it is not a crime to start small. I started as a car washer too when I got to Dubai I 2015, I washed more than 150 cars in a week but I didn't stop there, I went for certifications and now I thank God today.

Trust me, Nigerians are making it through these jobs, you can do them to grow too. Thanks.



Source

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iugZ2APjEpo
bros l just subscribe to your channel. plz do you have a trusted agent one can pass through that will take care of accommodation and work for some time? guys are eager to migrate to UAE since last two year, your reply will be welcome
Re: Fact Check: Can A Nigerian Really Make It Legitimately In Dubai? by HIPROFILE(m): 12:38am On May 03
MANNABBQGRILLS:


This just makes our day, cos you are talking about all of us @MANNABBQGRILLS.

WE love Nigeria.
God bless Nigeria.

One day, our darling country will be like Dubai, when all these corrupt and evil politicians are gone.

Again,
God bless Nigeria

Not with Hausa Fulani folks in it
Re: Fact Check: Can A Nigerian Really Make It Legitimately In Dubai? by sweat9(f): 12:41am On May 03
grin grin
YOU HEY EEE = UAE
© No salaries and visas working with most philippines and pakistani. Either in Ajman or Fujairah which makes a lot of Nigerians to Teko.
You can't really understand Teko except you won't enter metro station from rashidiyyah to Uae exchange or Etisalat.

Can you find the meaning to Teko?

So therefore,

The inverse meaning of dubai is Do and bye bye.

Agent fee ko school fees fee ni

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Re: Fact Check: Can A Nigerian Really Make It Legitimately In Dubai? by LikeCool(m): 12:53am On May 03
Any hope for software engineers over there?
Re: Fact Check: Can A Nigerian Really Make It Legitimately In Dubai? by Mixedfruit: 12:54am On May 03
porthouse7:
travel restrictions lifted.... u can now contact Trinity travel's for ur dubai Visa, 200k 3months, 100k 1month, with travel health insurance
Dubai 3months visa is 140k with insurance. yours is outrageous

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Re: Fact Check: Can A Nigerian Really Make It Legitimately In Dubai? by Originalsly: 12:55am On May 03
Lagbaja88:


A country where immigrants have not hope to become citizen is not a country to go.


A thread about improving job opportunities and status for immigrants is not a thread to be littering with comments about citizenship.

@ topic .... food for thought. No doubt... doing courses will give one the right to knock on more doors of opportunity. If one goes on Visitors Visa ... would he be allowed to work?... are they very strict when it comes to work permit?.. since I assume these jobs would be mainly official jobs where one would be on payroll. Whatever... it will always be better to have a few courses under the belt.
Re: Fact Check: Can A Nigerian Really Make It Legitimately In Dubai? by sonnie10: 12:57am On May 03
why not
Re: Fact Check: Can A Nigerian Really Make It Legitimately In Dubai? by Mixedfruit: 1:01am On May 03
Nonybb:
ONE MORE TIPS TO MAKE IT IN THE UAE, DUBAI. JOIN COMPANIES OWNED BY EUROPEANS OR SOME FEW EMIRATIS THEN YOU WILL ENJOY YOUR DUBAI JOURNEY. BUT IF YOU EVER JOIN COMPANIES OWNED BY INDIANS, BE READY TO WORK 12 HOURS EVERY DAY WITH NO OVERTIME PAYMENT. IT IS THAT BAD THAT THE DUBAI GOVERNMENT LOOKED AWAY FROM THE ATROCITIES, PRIMITIVITY AND EXCLUSIVITY OF THESE INDIANS
Nonybb you be Baba for dubai matter. No mind this guy way dey deceive niggars come dubai.
Their eye go soon clear

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Re: Fact Check: Can A Nigerian Really Make It Legitimately In Dubai? by sweat9(f): 1:09am On May 03
Coldie:
If dubai is that hard then how did a friend of mine who went there buy 2 expensive cars in less than one year, still went ahead to renovate their family house from grass to finish in less than one year?

with which visa your friend gotten from Nigeria before he traveled to uae?
I'm sure he must be working with Nebosh certification either as a safety officer both in food, construction or oil and gas.
Your friend might have gotten his 2-3 years freelance visa with adequate NOC, LABOR CARD, EMIRATES ID etc and then proceeded to working prominently with good company.
Or at least,he has a very valid and secure link to be employed with the basic salary of AED 1000 + FEEDING & TRANSPORTATION AED 200 making AED 1200 for Africans in UAE.

IF NOT, YOUR FRIEND COULD BE A STREET NIGGAR IN DEIRA in Al-musalla street or Bur-Dubai Al-Ghubaiba axis.

I no call am yahoo boy oooooo. BUT, it's so surprising before 1year bought 2 expensive cars and even renovation of their family house.
His house is very close to hushpuppi side.Hin be like say I sabi your friend

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Re: Fact Check: Can A Nigerian Really Make It Legitimately In Dubai? by hopefullight: 1:14am On May 03
What is the Chance of Nigerian with Computer informatics degree from Germany and 2 years work experience as a network engineer? Will it be easy getting a professional job?

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Re: Fact Check: Can A Nigerian Really Make It Legitimately In Dubai? by tollyboy5(m): 1:17am On May 03
Dubaiguy:




Please guys I can't really respond to Dms. If you have any enquires, send me a comment on the video on YouTube and I will respond accordingly. Trust me. kiss

Abeg subscribe too and help my ministry. Thanks
I'm an IT person. Efficient in coding and work with tech team.

I do code embedded sofware for microchip for personal use.

Now I'm on internship with an IT company and I'm in the IS dept where will deal with networking .

I don't believe Nigeria could make it in Dubai but if my skills will surely have a way to get good paying job plz let me know
Re: Fact Check: Can A Nigerian Really Make It Legitimately In Dubai? by Theoutsider: 1:18am On May 03
Dubaiguy:
Whenever I post videos and threads here, sometimes I do notice some people's negative comments on my threads; all pointing to one thing; they don't believe my posts.

First, I want you to know I am a Nigerian living fine in Dubai (legitimately)

Second, all my videos are based on factual information. My sources are from my experience and realities of Nigerians over here too.

Lastly, if you love and adore Nigeria, great! My videos are for people hoping to come to Dubai, UAE or any other Arab countries for greener pastures.

Now that aside, do Nigerians really make it in Dubai and UAE as a whole... Yes (although, as expected, not everybody)

How do they do it and how can you grow yourself in Dubai even as a Nigerian? It is mainly by working hard and working smart.

1) To work smart, don't depend on menial or 1000 dirhams jobs like construction, cleaning, car wash etc. Yes, these jobs can sustain you but if you want to be able to save and spend better, you will need to aim higher.

It is rare to find nationalities like Phillipines doing these menial jobs because they are very resilient when it comes to working at their dream positions.

You may say they employ based on nationality, but what are you bringing to the table? You speak English better, that's not the only thing needed. How about

2) Experience; I keep saying it experience is golden over here. Companies want you to say you have experience in your field; thats the first thing they wanna hear before seeing your certificate.

3) Get a certification course; This is for folks who don't have certificates in the professional line like Law, Medicine, Engineering etc or looking for a more flexible career. There are many job courses you can do at Dubai that their pay are more than menial jobs. They include;

Barista, Safety, Caregiver, Life Guard, Graphics Design CNA, and I.T. all affordable and lucrative courses. You can even study one of these courses before coming to Dubai.

Although I explained them all with their full prices and potential returns in my video, I will explain two here.

CNA- this course is for people looking to be assistant nurses, it takes about 3-4 months and the pay is around 3000(#300,000+) or more dirhams per month

Barista - Coffee business is so lucrative in Dubai. This course teaches you how to brew coffee. Lessons can take a week or two weeks max. pay ranges from 1500 -2000 dirhams.

Yes, it is not a crime to start small. I started as a car washer too when I got to Dubai I 2015, I washed more than 150 cars in a week but I didn't stop there, I went for certifications and now I thank God today.

Trust me, Nigerians are making it through these jobs, you can do them to grow too. Thanks.



Source

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iugZ2APjEpo

unless these talent people are coming back to Nigeria what's the point?
Re: Fact Check: Can A Nigerian Really Make It Legitimately In Dubai? by Coldie(m): 1:20am On May 03
sweat9:


with which visa your friend gotten from Nigeria before he traveled to uae?
I'm sure he must be working with Nebosh certification either as a safety officer both in food, construction or oil and gas.
Your friend might have gotten his 2-3 years freelance visa with adequate NOC, LABOR CARD, EMIRATES ID etc and then proceeded to working prominently with good company.
Or at least,he has a very valid and secure link to be employed with the basic salary of AED 1000 + FEEDING & TRANSPORTATION AED 200 making AED 1200 for Africans in UAE.

IF NOT, YOUR FRIEND COULD BE A STREET NIGGAR IN DEIRA in Al-musalla street or Bur-Dubai Al-Ghubaiba axis.

I no call am yahoo boy oooooo. BUT, it's so surprising before 1year bought 2 expensive cars and even renovation of their family house.
His house is very close to hushpuppi side.Hin be like say I sabi your friend
Na street nigga. U know these days they call fraud hustle
Re: Fact Check: Can A Nigerian Really Make It Legitimately In Dubai? by sweat9(f): 1:20am On May 03
hopefullight:
What is the Chance of Nigerian with Computer informatics degree from Germany and 2 years work experience as a network engineer? Will it be easy getting a professional job?

You'll get the 5 stars chance to working with most I.T related companies across UAE but provided you've your 2 years freelance visa.

If den do you visa my brother na OYO u de ooooooo.

Sorry oooo,u de Germany wetin you wan come do here in Dubai?.
You wan exchange gold with carbon paper grin

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Re: Fact Check: Can A Nigerian Really Make It Legitimately In Dubai? by sweat9(f): 1:24am On May 03
Coldie:

Na street nigga. U know these days they call fraud hustle

Hin go de sell beer to indians, pakistani,nepal, egyptians and ugandans be that ooooo.

Or na massage hin de do? grin grin
(me you Same same).....you can't understand my brother

Abu hail sweet oooo.
Na sweetnight
Re: Fact Check: Can A Nigerian Really Make It Legitimately In Dubai? by seyz91(m): 1:36am On May 03
Mtcheeww! Dubai ko, baidu ni

my advice for people that wish travel for greener pasture

go to real abroad, Europe and Others

majority in dubai not living fine, majority of us in naija are better than them

talking from experience as i've spent years there and worked there and a well paying job to be exact but yet i still say its not a good place for huslers

Best way to enjoy dubai is just vacation, carry your money go tour the place for a week or two amd Bleep out

Period!
Dubaiguy:
Whenever I post videos and threads here, sometimes I do notice some people's negative comments on my threads; all pointing to one thing; they don't believe my posts.

First, I want you to know I am a Nigerian living fine in Dubai (legitimately)

Second, all my videos are based on factual information. My sources are from my experience and realities of Nigerians over here too.

Lastly, if you love and adore Nigeria, great! My videos are for people hoping to come to Dubai, UAE or any other Arab countries for greener pastures.

Now that aside, do Nigerians really make it in Dubai and UAE as a whole... Yes (although, as expected, not everybody)

How do they do it and how can you grow yourself in Dubai even as a Nigerian? It is mainly by working hard and working smart.

1) To work smart, don't depend on menial or 1000 dirhams jobs like construction, cleaning, car wash etc. Yes, these jobs can sustain you but if you want to be able to save and spend better, you will need to aim higher.

It is rare to find nationalities like Phillipines doing these menial jobs because they are very resilient when it comes to working at their dream positions.

You may say they employ based on nationality, but what are you bringing to the table? You speak English better, that's not the only thing needed. How about

2) Experience; I keep saying it experience is golden over here. Companies want you to say you have experience in your field; thats the first thing they wanna hear before seeing your certificate.

3) Get a certification course; This is for folks who don't have certificates in the professional line like Law, Medicine, Engineering etc or looking for a more flexible career. There are many job courses you can do at Dubai that their pay are more than menial jobs. They include;

Barista, Safety, Caregiver, Life Guard, Graphics Design CNA, and I.T. all affordable and lucrative courses. You can even study one of these courses before coming to Dubai.

Although I explained them all with their full prices and potential returns in my video, I will explain two here.

CNA- this course is for people looking to be assistant nurses, it takes about 3-4 months and the pay is around 3000(#300,000+) or more dirhams per month

Barista - Coffee business is so lucrative in Dubai. This course teaches you how to brew coffee. Lessons can take a week or two weeks max. pay ranges from 1500 -2000 dirhams.

Yes, it is not a crime to start small. I started as a car washer too when I got to Dubai I 2015, I washed more than 150 cars in a week but I didn't stop there, I went for certifications and now I thank God today.

Trust me, Nigerians are making it through these jobs, you can do them to grow too. Thanks.



Source

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iugZ2APjEpo
Re: Fact Check: Can A Nigerian Really Make It Legitimately In Dubai? by AllenSpencer: 1:37am On May 03
Mixedfruit:
Nonybb you be Baba for dubai matter. No mind this guy way dey deceive niggars come dubai.
Their eye go soon clear

Same way they hype Canada. You will never know till you touch ground.

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Re: Fact Check: Can A Nigerian Really Make It Legitimately In Dubai? by sweat9(f): 1:44am On May 03
seyz91:
Mtcheeww! Dubai ko, baidu ni

my advice for people that wish travel for greener pasture

go to real abroad, Europe and Others

majority in dubai not living fine, majority of us in naija are better than them

talking from experience as i've spent years there and worked there and a well paying job to be exact but yet i still say its not a good place for huslers

Best way to enjoy dubai is just vacation, carry your money go tour the place for a week or two amd Bleep out

Period!


I love your style #DUBAI KO BAIDU NI

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Re: Fact Check: Can A Nigerian Really Make It Legitimately In Dubai? by tollyboy5(m): 1:46am On May 03
AllenSpencer:


Same way they hype Canada. You will never know till you touch ground.
Lol tell me something, I use to see Canada as a better place
Re: Fact Check: Can A Nigerian Really Make It Legitimately In Dubai? by tollyboy5(m): 1:47am On May 03
sweat9:



I love your style #DUBAI KO BAIDU NI
I don't see Dubai as a good place for black man.

But what's the chance of getting a good job as an IT professional ?

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Re: Fact Check: Can A Nigerian Really Make It Legitimately In Dubai? by Coldie(m): 1:47am On May 03
sweat9:


Hin go de sell beer to indians, pakistani,nepal, egypt and ugandans be that ooooo.

Or na massage hin de do? grin grin
(me you Same same).....you can't understand my brother

Abu hail sweet oooo.
Na sweetnight
Him dae do yahoo
Re: Fact Check: Can A Nigerian Really Make It Legitimately In Dubai? by AllenSpencer: 1:49am On May 03
tollyboy5:

Lol tell me something, I use to see Canada as a better place


The competition in Canada's job market is high. And they have this "Canadian Experience" ish which makes it difficult to fit in.

The market is small so you can imagine. If you don't do your mathematics well... You will end up being an Uber driver with your masters.

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Re: Fact Check: Can A Nigerian Really Make It Legitimately In Dubai? by tollyboy5(m): 1:51am On May 03
seyz91:
Mtcheeww! Dubai ko, baidu ni

my advice for people that wish travel for greener pasture

go to real abroad, Europe and Others

majority in dubai not living fine, majority of us in naija are better than them

talking from experience as i've spent years there and worked there and a well paying job to be exact but yet i still say its not a good place for huslers

Best way to enjoy dubai is just vacation, carry your money go tour the place for a week or two amd Bleep out

Period!

Lol all the people I knew went to Dubai came back broke .

The problem is the first Seth of people that hyped Dubai for Africans grin

I'm confuse sef I was thinking of Germany b4 . I guess I need to google countries employing IT guys.

I'm running away from Nigeria for Good.
grin na why I Neva get babe bdat o!

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Re: Fact Check: Can A Nigerian Really Make It Legitimately In Dubai? by tollyboy5(m): 1:53am On May 03
AllenSpencer:



The competition in Canada's job market is high. And they have this "Canadian Experience" ish which makes it difficult to fit in.

The market is small so you can imagine. If you don't do your mathematics well... You will end up being an Uber driver with your masters.
Thanks for this info , what if I'm putting in for an IT job.
Does the pay really pays after the struggle to get employed?
Re: Fact Check: Can A Nigerian Really Make It Legitimately In Dubai? by AllenSpencer: 1:58am On May 03
tollyboy5:

Thanks for this info , what if I'm putting in for an IT job.
Does the pay really pays after the struggle to get employed?

If you get an IT job, the pay is fvcking awesome. It's not about the pay, it's getting the job. You are compiting with Indians and Chinese, so you know what I mean. You have to be really strong in your trade.

The immigration system has been accused of being a scam as it keeps bringing people in, without considering opportunities within. You can read about it online.

Excellent social welfare with mad taxes. But the story is not always how they make it look.

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Re: Fact Check: Can A Nigerian Really Make It Legitimately In Dubai? by damzy88: 2:04am On May 03
AllenSpencer:


If you get an IT job, the pay is fvcking awesome. It's not about the pay, it's getting the job. You are compiting with Indians and Chinese, so you know what I mean. You have to be really strong in your trade.

The immigration system has been accused of being a scam as it keeps bringing people in, without considering opportunities within. You can read about it online.

Excellent social welfare with mad taxes. But the story is not always how they make it look.
You have a point about Canada. Una wan enjoy social benefits and you no wan pay Tax. Nigerians are so funny grin

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Re: Fact Check: Can A Nigerian Really Make It Legitimately In Dubai? by AllenSpencer: 2:06am On May 03
damzy88:
You have a point about Canada. Una wan enjoy social benefits and you no wan pay Tax. Nigerians are so funny grin

At some point.. the problem with Nigerians is that, they believe so much of hearsay. "Them say..."

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