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|Education / Re: MY NIPOST EXPERIENCE - Nigerian Postal Service by Bethiano(m): 7:36am On Jan 29|
This may be the customs of Netherlands.
Customs of receiving or sending countries, should they find any suspicious package , they have the right by law i guess to open the package.
whether items in the package would be intact or not depends and its tricky. it could be an honest Human mistake or treacherous intentional actions, however, depending on the country , the probability of any content being intact varies... Am sure you know what i mean by this ...
|Education / Re: MY NIPOST EXPERIENCE - Nigerian Postal Service by Bethiano(m): 7:23am On Jan 29|
sorry you have to go through this .
from what i can see the item reached Lagos on was put in an Outbound bag on 12th December 2019.
i may agree to your claim that the tracking number is the issue, i see that it was assigned to another document going to the US. if you observe there was no record of the document leaving Nigeria.
This is clearly a technical/ Human error from their side of Nipost. I think Auchi office is responsible for the error. They obviously did not synchronize their system before registering your package. Such that when the item got to Lagos, the Lagos system became frustrated, not knowing what to do. Even if they sent it to Canada, the Canadian system would not recognise the package, because the Tracking code is a unique identifier, no 2 package should share same number .
If they had synchronized their system, the system may not have assigned your package an already used number .
1. did you send the transcript yourself ?
2. Did you write your contact details (+ Phone number) behind the envelope in case of return ?
if yes, to the above question then i guess you can only hope it will be returned to you. This actually takes about 21 days .
Another, option, try reaching out to Nipost control office in Ikeja .... you could call them or visit their office.
Hopefully they can track the item.
To be very honest, Nipost is weak in Troubleshooting as with many Nigerian establishments.
|Travel / Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 7 by Bethiano(m): 1:29pm On Nov 24, 2019|
Bros use Daad nahhhh, dont tell me you are into spoon feeding......
BTU - Environmental management
Leibniz Hannover - Water and Environmental management (WATENV)
|Travel / Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 7 by Bethiano(m): 1:21pm On Nov 24, 2019|
|Travel / Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 7 by Bethiano(m): 11:32am On Nov 20, 2019|
it would be challenging to tell you my story since 2014.... because its long.....
But i would discuss about it based on subject matters, not sure i can write all....i will try to make a youtube video, though not sure if i am ready for the public.
Study in Germany, does it make sense, whats the difference about studying in Nigeria content wise ?......
First, i want you to know and appreciate that knowledge gained from Nigeria is strong and comparable. otherwise, you would not have been admitted on the basis of your BSc for a master and WAEC+ 1st year studies for Bachelors. The fact you have been admitted means you have requisite knowledge to undertake the course.
Please dont let anybody talk you down on this matter. Just know this !
Before your begin to walk tall, please, ensure you choose the right course for you, be sincere with your competence and skills. Review thoroughly the course modules and be sure the content satisfy's your quest for knowledge in that field.
i understand sometimes we just apply to a lot schools and programmes, for admission sake. However, to the degree possible, make sure your are interested in the programme and excited about the modules.Otherwise, you may come back here and start shouting how hard it is to study your choosen course, how hard German this and that is....
For the Records, many Nigerians are graduating with Distinctions here..... many ! on the average, many are doing their best, especially those who have the opportunity to focus on their study and not being distracted by work.
Talking from my programme (TropHEE @ TU Darmstadt) and please note that i already had a master in Environmental Management from UNN and have been doing independent research, participation in Academic conferences, publications etc. before living Nigeria.
For me , the modules are everything i want to learn, very enriching and insightful. Every class i attended was an opportunity to reinforce my knowledge and filling knowledge gaps i had in my understanding of Hydrogeology, which was my aim of taking up the programme. i saw myself saying YES or Okeyyyyyy...... or nodding during classes in agreement most times and asking WHY many times to prompt explanation of why we are doing it that way and not this way. so for me its different and may be different for some others.
The central point here is, know your goal/ reason for choosing a particular programme, be sure its inline with your career objectives and target after the 2 year masters. Be realistic with your existing skills, knowledge shortfalls, etc. Dont over assume.
If you know , you somehow graduated with a 2.1 or 2.2 and that your result does not reflect the knowledge it presents you possess.
Please take your time to do some reading before going to Nigeria. Dont form or claim anything here, there is no room for that. Its either your know or you dont.
Take time and go through all modules of your programme, call the programme coordinator if you need clarifications on the programme. Be sure the module content is what you want to learn, that it would provide knowledge that would fill the gaps you have, that it would arm you with the skills you need to lead a better life and career moving forward.
of course, Germany is ahead of Nigeria in terms of Technology , research capability, facilities and scientific approach. However, i think in Nigerian are prof's try to brake things down for us to understand, our prof's approach to science and teaching is aimed at making us understand and appreciate concepts. But this have a lot to do with the context/environment, mannerisms and ease of understanding Nigerian prof's due to Nigerian English phonology and lexicon which is debatable.
However, my submission above does not suppose that some people stories are not different. i say this before people begin to declare, cast and bind.... and use the Lords name in vain.
well if you say , its not your portion and that you are destined and favoured.... no worries , i dont doubt you and contest your faith. You have rights to hold your sane beliefs.
you are free to choose a programme in Astro Physics with your BSC in yoruba, no worries Red sea would be divided for your case.
here is the summary of the whole matter as it pertains to programme content; be real with your truth in this spite, and seek that which would complete your "headquaters" in peace and harmony
Let me also use this opportunity to let this one out of the bag;
seeing how people cry out for blocked account here and how many peoples dreams have been cut shot cos of they do not have sponsor or money , i will make some statements in the next 2 paragraphs.... these are my thoughts and no one should take it to heart.
If you have the means to keep financial resources flowing your way while in Germany from Nigeria either through your parents/family/ or financial sponsor for your studies in Germany, i would advice you give 80% of your focus to your studies and 20% to work ( as a research assistant or something related to your studies ) + any loose percentage for travel and leisure....(my dear please enjoy Europe and don't dull). I highly recommend you travel for Academic conferences or youth development and empowerment programmes.
while you are getting support from home, take this time to strengthen and sharpen your skills on softwares or technical skills required for your field of study or future profession. e,g GIS, Programming, R , statistical tools etc.
If you dont have means of steady financial flows from Nigeria as above, its up to you to decide. But i will advice you give focus to your academics. Please try not to spend more than the required time for your programme . 2 years for masters should be 2 years . Do all you can to stay tops on your academics and make good grades. Above all learn a skill.
For those of you, whose parents are in Government and steal our monies (...if this affects you, dont be angry or shy, we have pass that level in Nigeria... so no worries, no hard feelings from my side...) provided your pops or mom can be doling out the money in peace, you can use it to support other Nigerians or at best make donations to the NSIG ; Nigerians student group in Germany.
Last last its our money, so no worries... But wasting it in bars in Europe in the name of feeling fly, is annoying especially when people know that your folks are in government and are thieves . i wont say more than this.
please there is nothing to shy about it, we all know these things. if your family is in Govt, and they are stealing it, please steal it from them and help other Nigerians freely and dont go boasting about it, because its not your money.
If you are angry about this and go on spending and lavishing the money, no worries.... Na your luck.... No hard feelings , Na God so "saraba" give u...
Wish you all the best.
Bethiano de Bizzle
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|Travel / Re: General USA Student Visa Enquiries-part 15 by Bethiano(m): 10:05am On Nov 20, 2019|
Article #13. I know you guys are waiting for this so here you go
LIST OF COLLEGES WHERE YOU CAN GET/APPLY FOR AN APPLICATION FEE WAIVER UNDER SPECIAL CIRCUMSTANCES ARE AS FOLLOWS-
1)All California State Universities (CSU Chico, LA, Long Beach, Fresno, Fullerton)
2)San Diego State University
3)San Jose State University
4)San Francisco State University
5)Southern Illinois University
6)University of Chicago
7)Western Illinois University
University of Washington
11)University of Houston
12)University of Texas Tyler
17)University of Massachusetts Boston
18)Indiana University Bloomington
19)Arizona State University
20)Florida State University
21)Dayton State University
22)University of South Florida
23)University of South Carolina
Do Check it out , thanks
copied from a Facebook group .....
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|Education / Re: One Of The Only Fully Sponsored Phd Programme In Nigeria by Bethiano(m): 11:36am On Oct 09, 2019|
who applied for this scholarship .....
If you did lets link up
|Travel / Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 6 by Bethiano(m): 2:36pm On Apr 07, 2019|
I think you are getting all wrong.
The fact that there are more jobs in IT does not mean you should dash of your passion for money.
There is it in architecture.
Please look at from the other side.
|Travel / Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 6 by Bethiano(m): 10:52am On Apr 07, 2019|
It's good to express this reality, but I think your expression is too much negativity.
What do you mean, especially Nigerians.....chia, in my opinion you are planting an evil seed.
An Igbo proverb, ihe onye Chor Ka oga afu, that which you seek you will find.
If you want to see racism, trust me you will get loads of it, if you want to still odds stacked against you because you are Nigerian., You will get what you wish in quantum.....
Please I beg you keep up the brighter side, war and strife are not foreign to our world, neither is peace and joy....
Is Nigeria milk and honey ? This Nigeria that people are hustling to leave.
Life is different for everyone, to some people Nigeria is milk and honey to others it may be fire and brimstone.
This is not to negate "home and ethnic advantage", as some people say, home is home.
Also you cannot put aside the developed world advantage as well.
No where in the world is completely milk and honey, just understand life and move on.
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|Travel / Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 6 by Bethiano(m): 10:24am On Apr 07, 2019|
Dear colleagues on this group,
please pardon me if I derail this group for just this one post.
Please bear with me, I just want to reemphasize what has been said here repeatedly.
Mentions of politics and religion are only to butteress the point. Sarcasm was implored as well.
If you see need to delete this post, please do. No hard feelings.
First I will advice you change your name from nobody to somebody. Because you are indeed somebody, making contributions here and supporting people.
However, it's also good to share the other side of the German story so people don't come and think gold is laid up on the streets of Germany.
But I differ, on your disposition that this is what it is or would be for people who come to Germany.
Life is a journey, everyone's journey is different and personal.
That some people are having a hard time, does not mean is same for everyone.
Abroad stories is different for many people, if you ask the Nigerian that came to Germany through the Mediterranean, his story is different. If you ask the lady who got a fine bobo in Germany and now have kids and enjoying life , their stories are different.
They are people in Nigeria who are doing far better than those abroad. Obodo oyibo of today is no like before when all those uncles come back with goodies. Save for hushpuppi range of Nigerians, who cut it hard. More so, we are all aware of Nigerians who from their huts in Lagos, Abuja and so are doing their own stuff and don't need to travel abroad.
For people on this thread, the path may be thus ; education - Work / enterprise/ PhD - German PR/citizenship or return to Nigeria.
You would see that, the case of people here is different. It's not via asylum or what not. I suppose there may be a thread of platform for folks who want to try the sahara desert route. Here it's education, its about the most safe, orderly and dignified migration route for young people.
I have a crop of fellows who left Nigeria 2014. To Germany for studies , all of them stories are different. Some don Dey do things for Nigeria sef via earnings from their work, some have successfully relocated their family to Germany, some PhD , some this and that.
Life is a personal race.
My advice is to you is;
1. Change your network of friends and associations, they may have been influencing you wrongly. If No;
2. You could try something completely new. I mean take a very rash but calculated decision to change your circumstance.
3. Stay positive.
4. Some people are uwa mgbede (late risers) kind of people, be patient ,calm and continue your hardwork, it will definitely pay.
5. Take out prejudices from your life if any.
Oyibo is Oyibo, of course everyone wants the best for his/her people. Why would one blame them if they have such position of sending people back to your country after studies or law on recruitment. Luckily Germany us different.
6. And to be honest, Germany needs skilled people. Watch the developed world, they know something our governments don't know. Human capital is the next big thing, after which it would be AI ( and this would happen faster than you think).
Every developed nation is wanting talents to come, even China with all their population is offering scholarships now like WizKid. What do you think is their intention ?
Mention one developed nation that does not have one scholarship or program that seeks foreign talents to come to their country. Unfortunately only Nigeria ....hahahahahhahahahaha , instead we have ptdf, NDDC, and FG bilateral agreements that is sending out our best brains, even to Morocco.
How many Moroccans have been sent on their governments money to come and study Igbo linguistics in Nigeria or even agricultural engineering....lolz
The challenge in Nigeria is how to track those we have sent out and have them return to contribute. But first we have to create enabling environment for them to return and make their own contribution.
I think Osibanjo is working on it, with their feeding programme and millions of jobs created in agriculture, that I am still finding it hard to identify a friend or neighbor that have benefited. Well I will continue searching, may be I would find.
Back to our discussion;
Bottom line brother is this, life journey is different for everyone one. Pray your God to bless you , to satisfy you early, because seriously, to what end is driving Ferrari at age 80.
Try see Psalm 90:10-17 just Google, read Irrespective of your religion. Just read for reading sake. It's story about Moses who was disturbed about his life and progress at age 40.
In life, there are (1) early starters, (2) middle men or on-time fellows, then you have the (3) late risers.
Check with your secondary school graduate class. You will observe everyone has gone on different path and pace.
The same is for every graduate set of this thread. Their stories are different.
However this is a lesson for everyone on this this thread, life is a lone race, prepare yourself and run your race.
Some decided it's USA, others Canada , but people here have decided it's Germany...
I wish you the best, last last , we all go Dey alright.
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|Travel / Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 6 by Bethiano(m): 1:22am On Mar 20, 2019|
Did you say daad scholarship committee ? If yes then the following question and comments is irrelevant.
Did you apply for 2019 ptdf scholarship ?
If yes, then attach the admission letter of the school you applied to during the scholarship application period.
|Travel / Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 6 by Bethiano(m): 1:24pm On Mar 17, 2019|
Just want to appreciate you for your hard work. The way you have presented this shows you have done your bit judiciously.
Well done, no room for laziness !
|Travel / Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 6 by Bethiano(m): 1:14pm On Mar 17, 2019|
You have asked a very honest question. This shows you have a good heart and that you are a reasonable person.
When you are offered admission and have made your choice of school;
1. Immediately , reply to the other schools with a rejection notification. Be polite and give a brief reason for declining their offer e.g" that you regret to let them know, you have accepted an offer else where"
You could also let them know you would consider future learning opportunities with them.
Who knows, you may want to transfer to their school, in that your preferred school did not meet your expectations, so it's wise to path amicably.
Please be very polite when you write them.
2. Remember it took time, energy and resources to review your application, ignoring the university and the faculty who laboured thus; is not a good idea.
3. Imagine this habit is perculiar to Nigerians, what do you think will happen to other applications from later years they receive from Nigeria.
The regard given to Nigerian degrees that many of you enjoy today are traceable to the good conduct and performance of the people ahead.
Please don't mess things up.
4. When you let go of that space, they may consider someone else. sometimes depending on the school, the circumstances, and relation with the admissions unit , you could subtly suggest that your spot be offered to another willing candidate from your country or subsaharan Africa. It goes a long way to reinforce your claims in your motivational letter.
5. If you have made your choice of institution, respectfully and promptly reply to the other schools that you will not be joining them anymore.
6. Remember human beings are behind those computers responding to your emails and questions, they have emotions too, they feel bad when you don't show up after all their back and forth emails with you.
I know you will say it's their job, yes I agree, but everyone deserves to be treated with respect and value.
I advice people to read previous posts and earlier parts (1-5), I have seen a couple of lazy questions.
Rainy season is here, harmattan is coming...lolz
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|Travel / Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 5 by Bethiano(m): 8:15pm On Jul 31, 2018|
why not Photocopy of the student visa and Admission letter and keep passport safe at home? At best coloured print out ?
To avoid stories that touch the soul.
Just saying though !
[i]The above refers to processing discount ticket by Emirates !
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|Travel / Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 5 by Bethiano(m): 8:09pm On Jul 31, 2018|
Write a very strong appeal (email) to the embassy, explaining your situation and the unfortunate fate you faced last year, which is about to repeat it self this year.
After that, Do same letter to the consular general, explaining your case, attach all the evidence.
And please be sure you are telling the truth and nothing else, but the truth. Please do not make up stories. send this letter via courier or Nipost registered mail.
then Go down on your knees and do the needful.
Thank HIM when this works.
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|Travel / Re: Canada Visit/tourist Visa Discussion. by Bethiano(m): 6:55am On May 17, 2018|
sometime in March, i read through some pages here to learn about the Canadian TRV visa. i got invaluable insights here. I feel obligated to share my success story, may be this may help some one tomorrow.
mission: going for a conference
funding: i received funding from the organizers
applied: 23rd, paper application
- work contracts
- certificate of leave
- letter of introduction from work
- bank statement
- 1 page statement of purpose
- bank accounts
- travel insurance.
- certified copies of my educational documents
- letter of invitation
- Notification of Travel grant award
- then i missed attaching my payment slips and conference registration confirmation (though it was not available at the time), in the next lines you will see the moves i made to rectify this . Please guys, this is not advisable, do not make the mistake of not attaching any of your supporting documents.
i learnt from this thread that one could email the embassy after documents have been submitted, on the condition that you have a cogent reason, for which the embassy may decide to acknowledge you email after evaluation on the basis of your genuineness and sincerity of your request, or otherwise ignore your email.
Please i would encourage you to write only when you have a reason and only when its most expedient.
then i wrote the embassy asking them to speed up processing of my application as the conference date was fast approaching. In the same letter i explained the circumstances for submitting my application the time i did, then attached the documents, which where now available
at the time.
in summary, on 18th April i got a response that "Your processed passport has been dispatched from the Canada Visa Office Abuja, on to the Canada Visa Application Centre" , two days after i received the courier.
Lo and behold, it was Approved.
thanks to Frank Reuben , he was supportive.
1. read, search, seek , ponder, consume wisely the information you find here.
2. Be honest, sincere , hold on to the truth that makes one free.
3. Dont despise people.
|Travel / Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 4 by Bethiano(m): 7:51am On Sep 04, 2017|
Your written English is improving.
Keep it up. Don't relent. Make conscious efforts to continuously improve. Learning is a steady state of "Being".
I understood how you felt when everybody was complaining of your bad grammar. They love you and want the best for you, that's the reason it seemed as though they were attacking you. No, they were only concerned.
As responsible civil adults, they saw the need to protect our collective destiny as a people and that of generations to come.
Thank you for accepting the rod of correction in good faith.
I wish you well.
|Travel / Re: Schengen Visa Application In Nigeria:step By Step Guide by Bethiano(m): 1:58am On Sep 03, 2017|
Mr obi, how did your friend resolve this. ?
|Travel / Re: General German Student Visa Enquiries Part 4 by Bethiano(m): 9:25pm On Aug 03, 2017|
you are just talking because they gave you the opportunity to come to their country to study for free. hahahahahahaha
Nigerians and their gots.
Go to UNN or UI nahhhhh hahahahahahaha [color=#990000][/color]
|Education / Re: MY NIPOST EXPERIENCE - Nigerian Postal Service by Bethiano(m): 9:46am On Apr 13, 2017|
Am going to NIPOST Office today to send a mail to Germany, lets keep track of my mail delivery time.
lets just play about this, and lets see the efficient NIPOST in action.
|Education / Re: MY NIPOST EXPERIENCE - Nigerian Postal Service by Bethiano(m): 9:44am On Apr 13, 2017|
Dear Tolu, All things been equal, the mail will get to the private mail bag.
on the other hand, take MRSNaira's advice, ask the mail recipient to go to the closest state NIPOST headquarter to find out of the delivery.
Now that you know better about NIPOST services, am sure you know the write approach to send differently categories of mail.
|Education / Re: MY NIPOST EXPERIENCE - Nigerian Postal Service by Bethiano(m): 8:36am On Apr 13, 2017|
sorry you were unlucky this time.
read the posts here, you will see some people have been impressed with EMS services.
|Education / Re: MY NIPOST EXPERIENCE - Nigerian Postal Service by Bethiano(m): 8:34am On Apr 13, 2017|
i sent a package of books to Germany from insurgency thorn north east Nigeria, it was opened by the germans and resealed too.
my question is this, was any of the items sent to you missing?
if no , then its part of security procedures.
|Travel / Re: General German Visa Enquiries Part 3 by Bethiano(m): 11:41am On Jul 09, 2016|
chino, why talk like this? Ba kio walahi
|Travel / Re: General German Visa Enquiries Part 3 by Bethiano(m): 11:56pm On Jul 08, 2016|
if you like triplet or quadruplet, God go give you.
you talk well.
|Travel / Re: General German Visa Enquiries Part 3 by Bethiano(m): 11:50pm On Jul 08, 2016|
can you see how this guy reacted. he didn't abuse Schwartz at all.
you talk well bros,
but still, Schwartz kind of stories are important , before over optimism begin cause trouble.
dangers of single stories
balance is all there is
|Travel / Re: General German Visa Enquiries Part 3 by Bethiano(m): 11:38pm On Jul 08, 2016|
bros, abeg respect people.
|Travel / Re: General German Visa Enquiries Part 3 by Bethiano(m): 11:31pm On Jul 08, 2016|
eke you are blessed. people, just dey talk anyhow.
aunty scwatz was making a good point.
sense of value is all there is.
|Travel / Re: General German Visa Enquiries Part 3 by Bethiano(m): 10:36pm On Jul 08, 2016|
No! I beg to decline on this.
I think it depends on individual and their state of mind in Germany. foreigners in Nigeria do this conversion as well. its a normal thing.
its called value for money.
Are you aware that one of the reasons IMF and some other intl finance stakeholders pushed for devaluation is that things are cheap in Nigeria.
forget our issues guy, but if you look am well u will see that price is not really hiked like that. all these subsides,although masked with corruption they help in one way or the other.
now, for those who have given up on Naija, u are likely to stop converting to naira, unto say na forward ever. that does not mean if u convert, u don't think home, before una go begin raise tantrums.
but if you think home always, u fit dey reason conversion every now and then.
well, the bottom line is "value for money" . if converting to naira make you appreciate you expenditure or purchasing power, pls convert.
relate the value of your money with the society and economy that you are familiar with. money is money any where, the only issue is value.
but remember say for shoprite we buy stuffs a bit higher than price in street shops.
y? because of the AC, the lady at the counter wey dey smile like lekeleke, the ambience, their bread smell self join etc.
on this matter consider Germany as shoprite, and Naija as the street shop.
now st Louis sugar is 230 in shoprite and 200 in street shop. but note that those vegetables (ugu, water leaf, etc) in shoprite can't be compared to the ones of those market women in oja-oba.
for example, shop rite sell a wrap of dead and discouraging ugu leaves for 500, and iyalode in ojaoba sell same sized wrap of fresh and green ugu leaves for 50 naira.
mind you na just to wash very well and cook ooo, except say shoprite dey wash their own with dettol.
so people, all there is ,in this discuss is value for money.
people wey dey talk this and DAT about buying their stuff in Germany still import garri and other stuffs when dey have the opportunity or have their folks send stuffs to them.
well I know African food is sold any where in this world because our Igbo brother must do business. abi no be so?
but, make I talk true, I no fit buy a cup of ijebu garri for 50euros, if at all say I do am. I go cry for like 10mins......
VALUE is all there is!
|Travel / Re: General German Visa Enquiries Part 2 by Bethiano(m): 7:40pm On Apr 14, 2016|
What is this one saying ? Sending documents to where ?
Why do u want to send it to some one to dispatch, are they your applications document.
Guy! Every Nipost office in Enugu is on point.
Sending documents could go as low as 250naira and will get to Germany in 8 days at worst 14days or even less sef.
So I don't get the idea of sending to somebody in germany first, worst of it doing collabo sending ?
I really don't understand what you intend to achieve.
Kowachiate ofuma ooooo nne !
|Travel / Re: General German Visa Enquiries Part 2 by Bethiano(m): 6:24am On Apr 14, 2016|
I forbid you to give such advice! I bind you with all things celestial, You left over of the Old Nigeria.
How can you advice he mutilate such a sensitive document.
I can't even trust your FSLC let alone wAEC and Degree cert.
You either repent or drown with the old Nigeria.
If not for any thing, I appreciate the way Germans have forced us to be sincere in our application, no matter how hard you try to jungle the process.
Justwise, you should respond to stuffs like this.
Watch out for this guy, he is a potential Budget padder .
Am watching you closely.
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