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Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 2) by TheGuyFromHR: 8:55pm On Sep 06
Tinadear:
Hey,
Please if you know any tall, God-fearing Nigeria brother in mid or late 30s in the UK seeking for a beautiful God-fearing Naija babe as wife.... I am here.

grin

Hilarious.
What concrete attributes are you bringing to the table apart from the fear? BRP, ILR, red (abi blue) passport, annual salary, credit score, etc.

Beauty is in the eye of the beerholder.

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Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 2) by claremont(m): 9:46pm On Sep 06
Tinadear:
Hey,
Please if you know any tall, God-fearing Nigeria brother in mid or late 30s in the UK seeking for a beautiful God-fearing Naija babe as wife.... I am here.

An excellent debatable post here.

In my opinion, the concept of love is a social construct. Relationships in Nigeria/Africa have been transactional for generations and this is what has sustained them. Divorce used to be an alien concept in Nigeria/Africa until......

Good luck in your quest, there are a lot of men in the UK with those attributes. I wanted to write more on this issue of transactional relationships but it's probably a debate for another day.

I will hand you over to my brothers in arms Lexugs430 and Justwise who might take the plunge. grin
Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 2) by Goddys(m): 9:48pm On Sep 06
Please, does the police monitor the location or house address of 10 days quarantine provided on the passenger locator form? Is there any measure put in place to know if a person breaks the 10 days quarantine rule?
Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 2) by Goddys(m): 9:58pm On Sep 06
dustydee:

Accept the offer, finish your studies and take up the job/switch visa. I believe the organisation making the offer know the applicant is on tier 4 and needs sponsorship hence the offer.
I know people who got offers with sponsorship just after the end of their 1st semester around January/February for September/October start.

Sir, please which field offers more sponsorship to applicants without much job experience
Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 2) by Lexusgs430: 10:05pm On Sep 06
Bluetherapy:

What of LagosismyHome living in "homing" UK, any comments? grin



LagosismyHome, was only still trying to identify herself, incase she gets lost......

If only seun allowed monicker changes, LagosismyHome, would now be UKismyhome........ cheesy

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Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 2) by Lexusgs430: 10:07pm On Sep 06
claremont:


An excellent debatable post here.

In my opinion, the concept of love is a social construct. Relationships in Nigeria/Africa have been transactional for generations and this is what has sustained them. Divorce used to be an alien concept in Nigeria/Africa until......

Good luck in your quest, there are a lot of men in the UK with those attributes. I wanted to write more on this issue of transactional relationships but it's probably a debate for another day.

I will hand you over to my brothers in arms Lexugs430 and Justwise who might take the plunge. grin

If her lost rib is actually short, 43 and not God fearing nko........ grin

Nah my head you wan take break coconut....... wink
Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 2) by TheGuyFromHR: 10:44pm On Sep 06
Goddys:
Please, does the police monitor the location or house address of 10 days quarantine provided on the passenger locator form? Is there any measure put in place to know if a person breaks the 10 days quarantine rule?

We don't know.
You could try breaking quarantine so we can find out.

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Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 2) by jtech17: 10:44pm On Sep 06
omopapa:
Let me drop this here

The 10 jobs where people are needed most as UK faces vacancy crisis, according to recruitment confederation

Source: skynews
lemmy check

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Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 2) by jtech17: 10:46pm On Sep 06
Tinadear:
Hey,
Please if you know any tall, God-fearing Nigeria brother in mid or late 30s in the UK seeking for a beautiful God-fearing Naija babe as wife.... I am here.
stray bullets !!!
Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 2) by Khemmie01: 10:52pm On Sep 06
Good evening everyone, please I need your guidance here. Myself and family just moved to the UK and getting accomodation seems so difficult after viewing houses we just keep getting they don't want to give to students because we ain't working. Please kindly advice how to go about this housing stuff and getting house is difficult too. We are in Gloucester, thank you very much.
Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 2) by Khemmie01: 11:06pm On Sep 06

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Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 2) by tshoboy(m): 11:18pm On Sep 06
Khemmie01:
Good evening everyone, please I need your guidance here. Myself and family just moved to the UK and getting accomodation seems so difficult after viewing houses we just keep getting they don't want to give to students because we ain't working. Please kindly advice how to go about this housing stuff and getting house is difficult too. We are in Gloucester, thank you very much.
Hiya,

This has been discussed multiple times here. You can also check TheGuyFromHR’s post on the first page of this thread for more details.
The summary is - you should offer to pay multiple months in advance, say 6 months.

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Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 2) by brine(m): 12:07am On Sep 07
Check dm cheesy

Tinadear:
Hey,
Please if you know any tall, God-fearing Nigeria brother in mid or late 30s in the UK seeking for a beautiful God-fearing Naija babe as wife.... I am here.
Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 2) by Chukwuka16: 4:26am On Sep 07
Tinadear:
Hey,
Please if you know any tall, God-fearing Nigeria brother in mid or late 30s in the UK seeking for a beautiful God-fearing tall/short/medium Naija babe as wife.... I am here.

Inside life!

He should be tall while you are - tall/short/medium?

Strange times though.

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Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 2) by Lexusgs430: 4:47am On Sep 07
Chukwuka16:


Inside life!

He should be tall while you are - tall/short/medium?

Strange times though.


Are you indirectly asking Tina to drop her ALH....... grin

She no be Alhaja ó..... wink
Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 2) by Chukwuka16: 5:07am On Sep 07
Lexusgs430:



Are you indirectly asking Tina to drop her ALH....... grin

She no be Alhaja ó..... wink

Clarity it is sir, just Clarity I seek grin

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Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 2) by fificole: 5:15am On Sep 07
Understand this is make shift and not the contract line one would/may ordinarily eventually subscribe for. My inlaw ordered 3 before we left Nigeria and it did not arrive until day 6 of our quarantine.

Day 10 and Lyca has worked effectively for us - working remotely, all my children's devices, online tv inclusive.

Since they already have the Lycamobile sim, why not make the most of it before the switch.....


TheGuyFromHR:


Lycamobile's services tend not to be quite reliable.

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Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 2) by KOVIC19COVID20: 6:14am On Sep 07
Tinadear:
Hey,
Please if you know any tall, God-fearing Nigeria brother in mid or late 30s in the UK seeking for a beautiful God-fearing Naija babe as wife.... I am here.

Tall- tick
God fearing- tick
Mid /late 30s- tick
Seeking beautiful Naija babe to wife- tick

Tina Dear,
Can I slide into your DM? Make we talk this matter.

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Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 2) by TheGuyFromHR: 6:31am On Sep 07
KOVIC19COVID20:


Tall- tick
God fearing- tick
Mid /late 30s- tick
Seeking beautiful Naija babe to wife- tick

Tina Dear,
Can I slide into your DM? Make we talk this matter.

Make una wait na.
We haven't derived enough entertainment from this clickbait thrown into the arena, and you're already sliding.
Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 2) by justwise(m): 6:53am On Sep 07
Tinadear:
Hey,
Please if you know any tall, God-fearing Nigeria brother in mid or late 30s in the UK seeking for a beautiful God-fearing Naija babe as wife.... I am here.

Those two shouldn't be in the same sentence when ...i hold my breath
Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 2) by jtech17: 8:45am On Sep 07
Chukwuka16:


Inside life!

He should be tall while you are - tall/short/medium?

Strange times though.
She should have atleast specified the height limit and her own height na... make we know if some of us qualify... this thing called tall is relative oo grin
Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 2) by jtech17: 8:47am On Sep 07
justwise:


Those two shouldn't be in the same sentence when ...i hold my breath
GBAM!!!
The man who inherited King Solomon's wisdom abroad has spoken... cheesy
Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 2) by Lexusgs430: 8:54am On Sep 07
KOVIC19COVID20:


Tall- tick
God fearing- tick
Mid /late 30s- tick
Seeking beautiful Naija babe to wife- tick

Tina Dear,
Can I slide into your DM? Make we talk this matter.

Can you kindly explain, your interpretation of God fearing....... grin

- Oyakhilome was God fearing, he still divorced his wife..

- Ashimolowo and charity commission, had fraud issues... I presume Matthew is God fearing....

- Pastor Douglas Goodman was also God fearing, before he was jailed for plenty nonsense

- Pastor Albert Odulele was God fearing, before he was found guilty of immoral act of homosexual activities.....

Enough of all God fearing people.......... wink

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Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 2) by jtech17: 9:25am On Sep 07
Lexusgs430:


Can you kindly explain, your interpretation of God fearing....... grin

- Oyakhilome was God fearing, he still divorced his wife..

- Ashimolowo and charity commission, had fraud issues... I presume Matthew is God fearing....

- Pastor Douglas Goodman was also God fearing, before he was jailed for plenty nonsense

- Pastor Albert Odulele was God fearing, before he was found guilty of immoral act of homosexual activities.....

Enough of all God fearing people.......... wink

Nigerians refer to "God fearing" as being religious, adherents, or belonging to a particular religion, Christianity to be precise where as the God fearing has a better substitute which is good morals standards ... in fact for some naija ladies na money be God fearing sef.... I believe someone with good morals wont treat you the way some religious enthusiasts and dogmas would... with reference to naija wey we all dey
Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 2) by Lexusgs430: 9:31am On Sep 07
jtech17:


Nigerians refer to "God fearing" as being religious, adherents, or belonging to a particular religion, Christianity to be precise where as the God fearing has a better substitute which is good morals standards ... in fact for some naija ladies na money be God fearing sef.... I believe someone with good morals wont treat you the way some religious enthusiasts and dogmas would... with reference to naija wey we all dey


So in essence, someone that would act like God or the likeness of God........... grin

Does such a hu(man) exist.......... wink
Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 2) by justwise(m): 9:35am On Sep 07
Lexusgs430:


Can you kindly explain, your interpretation of God fearing....... grin

- Oyakhilome was God fearing, he still divorced his wife..

- Ashimolowo and charity commission, had fraud issues... I presume Matthew is God fearing....

- Pastor Douglas Goodman was also God fearing, before he was jailed for plenty nonsense

- Pastor Albert Odulele was God fearing, before he was found guilty of immoral act of homosexual activities.....

Enough of all God fearing people.......... wink

That list is endless.. how about God fearing men of God that promises miracle money?
Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 2) by Bluetherapy: 9:49am On Sep 07
Lexusgs430:




LagosismyHome, was only still trying to identify herself, incase she gets lost......

If only seun allowed monicker changes, LagosismyHome, would now be UKismyhome........ cheesy
cheesy or UKisnowmyhome or UKismysecondhome grin grin
LagosismyHome:


smiley cheesy grin......

I am born and bred though ...
grin grin
Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 2) by Lexusgs430: 10:00am On Sep 07
justwise:


That list is endless.. how about God fearing men of God that promises miracle money?


Like johnson suleman, conducting miracle alerts........ cheesy




https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1yEcbTY0VIM


Remember, he is also God fearing........ wink

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Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 2) by jtech17: 10:26am On Sep 07
Lexusgs430:

So in essence, someone that would act like God or the likeness of God........... grin

Does such a hu(man) exist.......... wink
Exist Only in the mind ooo ... that's why its not obtainable.
When I hear some naija ladies talk say they want God fearing men ... I laff alot cos they have them all around them ... but dem dey find God fearing that comes with lavish spending and expensive lifestyle..... thinking say na only dem dat man go dey date or na dem be d only lady wey dey see the men with that kind networth.....
Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 2) by justwise(m): 10:53am On Sep 07
Lexusgs430:



Like johnson suleman, conducting miracle alerts........ cheesy




https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1yEcbTY0VIM


Remember, he is also God fearing........ wink

Yes i was referring to that conman

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Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 2) by tanson: 11:08am On Sep 07
Good Morning, my neighbors
My question is directed at people who travelled recently, please what foodstuff was frowned on and can I take my liquid skincare products with me, I hope they won't trash them.
Also, what documents did the immigration officers here in Lagos ask for?
Thanks wink wink
Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 2) by Lexusgs430: 11:31am On Sep 07
tanson:
Good Morning, my neighbors
My question is directed at people who travelled recently, please what foodstuff was frowned on and can I take my liquid skincare products with me, I hope they won't trash them.
Also, what documents did the immigration officers here in Lagos ask for?
Thanks wink wink


So long as this are not bleaching creams on the banned list........ cheesy

You can carry all (but poil), remember the weight of beans and garri, no be here........

Immigration does not need to ask for any documents, you already have a visa, duly applied for....... (when they start asking), they simply want you to rub their backs....... grin

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