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Re: I Envy People Who Left Nigeria Already. by Sucolee(m): 5:28pm On Feb 01
Any japa is a goal...

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Re: I Envy People Who Left Nigeria Already. by Dyfynezz12(m): 5:29pm On Feb 01
True,I always feel bad that my visa application was rejected twice last year.
To travel out as a Nigerian is difficult nd will get worse in the next couple of years
The situation of the country is very disheartening, cox the future of a young guy like me keeps getting bleak due to the decisions of our old fools.Making it legitly is now hard cox every decisions our leaders take always turns out for the worse
3 days ago I was almost kidnapped by police men for having a credit alert of a particular amount if MONEY a relative in US sent to me for business.
I bailed myself with 30k.
It's well

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Re: I Envy People Who Left Nigeria Already. by judedwriter(m): 5:29pm On Feb 01
seunny4lif:
CFA is now more than Naira, unbelievable, same CFA that was a laughing currency few years ago

Hmmmm....

I remember long time ago in the 80's/90s when my late mother used to trade textiles between Lagos and Cotonou.

I used to see CFA then as paper decoration, It was so undervalued then.

E go better o.

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Re: I Envy People Who Left Nigeria Already. by Fortuneed(m): 5:29pm On Feb 01
Dollar and pounds should remain as it is now for the next 8years.... Anything less, I might commit suicide!

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Re: I Envy People Who Left Nigeria Already. by anslemarinze52(m): 5:31pm On Feb 01
CockPit:


Don't give up your dreams my dear and do not stop fighting for them.

All my life, it had always been my dreams to live Nigeria because I felt like I was born into the wrong country.

It took me five years to fight for it. I would spend hours every day researching into every country's Immigration system from UK HSMP to Netherland, Canada, Australia, New Zealand. I would write letters to embassies.
Eventuly it paid off and I am now a proud citizen of Gambia.

If I can do it, you can too.

Is it a better country compared to Nigeria??


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Re: I Envy People Who Left Nigeria Already. by sylve11: 5:31pm On Feb 01
Bigajeff:
If you have the opportunity, Japa without any apology to anyone, the more you delay, the more exchange rate will continue to kill your dream because you are paying higher for your japa processing. Make sure you chose a sure path, you will never regret. Invest yourself for the rest of people at home. Period!

cool

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Re: I Envy People Who Left Nigeria Already. by Nice2023(m): 5:32pm On Feb 01
Animegirl:


Exactly.


My prayer points keep changing every day with how dire the situation is getting in Nigeria. I pray for something today, but when I check the news or go outside, I find myself having to change my prayer points again, if you know what I mean. It's becoming exhausting in this country.

Even for the basic things I need in this country, I find myself having to "work too hard" for them Imagine me praying for common NEPA to bring electricity to keep my business moving.





grin

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Re: I Envy People Who Left Nigeria Already. by cijiy: 5:32pm On Feb 01
tensazangetsu20:


The day they took the light out for 3 mins here to do some maintenance. They brought doughnuts, ice cream and burgers to apologize grin grin. I remember when internet went out for just 5 mins, the next day the internet company was here to double check everything. The funny thing is the light bills and internet bills here are even lesser than in Nigeria. It's really terrible and to be honest the current Nigeria you are experiencing is paradise compared to the Nigeria in the next few years.
which country are u in??

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Re: I Envy People Who Left Nigeria Already. by orikoku: 5:32pm On Feb 01
Na statistics we go chop? I bought a empty small paint plastic for fetching water in the well, guess how much with the 10 yards rope, N2.5k. Nigeria is killing.

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Re: I Envy People Who Left Nigeria Already. by anslemarinze52(m): 5:32pm On Feb 01
Dyfynezz12:
True,I always feel bad that my visa application was rejected twice last year.
To travel out as a Nigerian is difficult nd will get worse in the next couple of years
The situation of the country is very disheartening, cox the future of a young guy like me keeps getting bleak due to the decisions of our old fools.Making it legitly is now hard cox every decisions our leaders take always turns out for the worse
3 days ago I was almost kidnapped by police men for having a credit alert of a particular amount if MONEY a relative in US sent to me for business.
I bailed myself with 30k.
It's well

Profile says male and you claim female?

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Re: I Envy People Who Left Nigeria Already. by Dyfynezz12(m): 5:32pm On Feb 01
Dyfynezz12:
True,I always feel bad that my visa application was rejected twice last year.
To travel out as a Nigerian is difficult nd will get worse in the next couple of years
The situation of the country is very disheartening, cox the future of a young guy like me keeps getting bleak due to the decisions of our old fools.Making it legitly is now hard cox every decisions our leaders take always turns out for the worse
3 days ago I was almost kidnapped by police men for having a credit alert of a particular amount of MONEY a relative in US sent to me for business.
I bailed myself with 30k.
It's well
Re: I Envy People Who Left Nigeria Already. by CockPit: 5:32pm On Feb 01
abba190:
grin grin grin grin grin Gambia

You have anything against Gambia?

Come see how we dey enjoy life here. The low population of less than 3 million, and Cheap accommodation.

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Re: I Envy People Who Left Nigeria Already. by vickydevoka(m): 5:33pm On Feb 01
Animegirl:
Words can't express how I weep for this country; my future lies in the hands of this nation.

As a young lady striving for success, it seems to be getting harder each day. Things are becoming more expensive, with an increase in the dollar exchange rate.

Life now is about surviving, not living. cry

Re: I Envy People Who Left Nigeria Already. by Gentlesoul2021(m): 5:33pm On Feb 01
Animegirl:
Words can't express how I weep for this country; my future lies in the hands of this nation.

As a young lady striving for success, it seems to be getting harder each day. Things are becoming more expensive, with an increase in the dollar exchange rate.

Life now is about surviving, not living. cry


Things getting worse.

My fears is getting heightened each passing day...

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Re: I Envy People Who Left Nigeria Already. by Reelmii: 5:33pm On Feb 01
Zanzibar1:

Make I reach the other side first
u go soon reach no worry
Re: I Envy People Who Left Nigeria Already. by Agboriotejoye(m): 5:33pm On Feb 01
post=128237840:



Our Reply at dem MANNA......

This is one of the people responsible for the present state of the country

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Re: I Envy People Who Left Nigeria Already. by vickydevoka(m): 5:34pm On Feb 01
Animegirl:
Words can't express how I weep for this country; my future lies in the hands of this nation.

As a young lady striving for success, it seems to be getting harder each day. Things are becoming more expensive, with an increase in the dollar exchange rate.

Life now is about surviving, not living. cry

I did a social experiment, I asked 20 social media to marry me, they all said yes, even s I no fine. I asked 3 UK ladies to marry me , either the give me conditions or the one to place me as an option or they said no.
This is to tell you that , marriage is all about benefits. Also knowing well they can kick out of your House.

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Re: I Envy People Who Left Nigeria Already. by BabbanBura(m): 5:34pm On Feb 01
tensazangetsu20:


The day they took the light out for 3 mins here to do some maintenance. They brought doughnuts, ice cream and burgers to apologize grin grin. I remember when internet went out for just 5 mins, the next day the internet company was here to double check everything. The funny thing is the light bills and internet bills here are even lesser than in Nigeria. It's really terrible and to be honest the current Nigeria you are experiencing is paradise compared to the Nigeria in the next few years.


Abeg which country be that?

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Re: I Envy People Who Left Nigeria Already. by femi4: 5:35pm On Feb 01
Animegirl:
Words can't express how I weep for this country; my future lies in the hands of this nation.

As a young lady striving for success, it seems to be getting harder each day. Things are becoming more expensive, with an increase in the dollar exchange rate.

Life now is about surviving, not living. cry

It's not late to leave. In two years time, you will envy those that leave now

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Re: I Envy People Who Left Nigeria Already. by headboyprince(m): 5:35pm On Feb 01
Roger3D:
You envy us for what? It's an illusion sold to you by Hollywood movies. There are challenges everywhere
which illusion are you talking about? and who said they aren't challenges everywhere.. can you compare the challenges over there to what is currently in Nigeria. just close your mouth if you have nothing better to say

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Re: I Envy People Who Left Nigeria Already. by sonofsteven: 5:35pm On Feb 01
Not all that glitters are gold, some na shining yellow,beware
Re: I Envy People Who Left Nigeria Already. by AOB1: 5:36pm On Feb 01
Eriggs:
since u av no life of you nown and can never think of making a contribution on the topic.
You have to wait for your aunty MANNA to talk first.
Lack of self esteem don wound dis obi kids finish tongue
see this mumu grin

Your sense of reasoning is poor cheesy

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Re: I Envy People Who Left Nigeria Already. by anslemarinze52(m): 5:37pm On Feb 01
Reelmii:
Life is not always greener on the other side...that is all i can say

For people that have weak spirit.

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Re: I Envy People Who Left Nigeria Already. by abba190: 5:38pm On Feb 01
CockPit:


You have anything against Gambia?

Come see how we dey enjoy life here. The low population of less than 3 million, and Cheap accommodation.
jobs?
Re: I Envy People Who Left Nigeria Already. by sylve11: 5:38pm On Feb 01
Intrepid01:


People living in Nigeria should brace up for tough times lie ahead. Crude oil price will progressively fall in coming years and that’s a chaotic issue for Nigeria, as earnings would drop further and the country won’t have enough to service debts, pay for importation of goods and even run the government. That will further put pressure on Naira, making it to deep further. May God help us all.


Na wa sad cool
Re: I Envy People Who Left Nigeria Already. by BobbieZion(m): 5:42pm On Feb 01
I don't envy anyone.
I so much love Nigeria and hate it at the same time. It is a love-hate relationship.

Nigeria will not change, but I still feel good about it no sentiments.
I'm a realist.

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Re: I Envy People Who Left Nigeria Already. by scally11: 5:42pm On Feb 01
post=128237863:


Our Reply at dem MANNA......

Sit down there and be deceiving urself that a lizard in Nigeria cannot be a leopard abroad. Nigeria that will kill ur dream make u believe that its ur family people that are killing you. At least for abroad if u no dey lazy or selective u go see small hustle do before u get something worthwhile. All our leaders should be tired to a stake and shot including some terrible citizens that will see white and call it black. Truth is, no place is paradise but u see to travel abroad genuinely is far far better than working in government establishment in Nigeria. The only people enjoying the country are the politicians and their family.

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Re: I Envy People Who Left Nigeria Already. by ogbonti: 5:42pm On Feb 01
tensazangetsu20:


The day they took the light out for 3 mins here to do some maintenance. They brought doughnuts, ice cream and burgers to apologize grin grin. I remember when internet went out for just 5 mins, the next day the internet company was here to double check everything. The funny thing is the light bills and internet bills here are even lesser than in Nigeria. It's really terrible and to be honest the current Nigeria you are experiencing is paradise compared to the Nigeria in the next few years.

na lie - stop lying - yes abroad things may be better than Nigeria in most areas but stop the hype - I have lived here almost 30 years in America - lived in New York and California (Orange County) - a high brow area for more than 10 years - we had some power issues at least 7 times in those 10 years no one brought us anything to apologize - abeg stop the hype - THANKS

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Re: I Envy People Who Left Nigeria Already. by jaxxy(m): 5:43pm On Feb 01
Nothing worse than an incompetent and arrogant government.

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Re: I Envy People Who Left Nigeria Already. by vickydevoka(m): 5:44pm On Feb 01
Animegirl:
Words can't express how I weep for this country; my future lies in the hands of this nation.

As a young lady striving for success, it seems to be getting harder each day. Things are becoming more expensive, with an increase in the dollar exchange rate.

Life now is about surviving, not living. cry

Priorities your need.
A lady I know asked me for money. I gave him and told the husband later. They husband told me she didn't tell him, she bought new wig and cream.
Wig is the most imported goods in Nigeria currently.
I stopped giving ladies money this year bcus they are after material things instead of focusing on the main thing.
Who are they actually wearing wig for in this economy. You are poor and you are painting your face to look good outside while your kids are out of school

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Re: I Envy People Who Left Nigeria Already. by Reelmii: 5:45pm On Feb 01
anslemarinze52:


For people that have weak spirit.
if you say so
Re: I Envy People Who Left Nigeria Already. by Rinoxy: 5:47pm On Feb 01
Animegirl:
Words can't express how I weep for this country; my future lies in the hands of this nation.

As a young lady striving for success, it seems to be getting harder each day. Things are becoming more expensive, with an increase in the dollar exchange rate.

Life now is about surviving, not living. cry

But the write-up didn't mention the topic, or the mod just wan add him own?
@op, point understood.

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