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European Football (EPL, UEFA, La Liga) / Re: Official Manchester United Fan Thread:''20 Times EPL Champion by Canny19: 5:08pm On Oct 24
Going forward we are making sense especially with the involvement of Rashford but from the midfield to the defense line is total BS
European Football (EPL, UEFA, La Liga) / Re: Official Manchester United Fan Thread:''20 Times EPL Champion by Canny19: 12:30pm On Oct 02
This formation though
European Football (EPL, UEFA, La Liga) / Re: Official Manchester United Fan Thread:''20 Times EPL Champion by Canny19: 9:32pm On Sep 29
Ole dey fear change?
European Football (EPL, UEFA, La Liga) / Re: Official Manchester United Fan Thread:''20 Times EPL Champion by Canny19: 9:34pm On Sep 28
Why exactly did we sell Herrera?

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Agriculture / Re: Hidden Truths About Catfish Business!!! by Canny19: 8:12pm On Sep 28
Cation:
Good morning house, I have table size catfish weighing between 800 grams and 1.7kg for sale in Lagos. Iyana ipaja area to be precise.

How much are you selling
European Football (EPL, UEFA, La Liga) / Re: Official Manchester United Fan Thread:''20 Times EPL Champion by Canny19: 4:03pm On Sep 19
Mctominay and Matic midfield should be tried by Ole
European Football (EPL, UEFA, La Liga) / Re: Official Manchester United Fan Thread:''20 Times EPL Champion by Canny19: 3:29pm On Sep 19
So we no get bench? This Ole ehn
European Football (EPL, UEFA, La Liga) / Re: Official Manchester United Fan Thread:''20 Times EPL Champion by Canny19: 2:37pm On Aug 22
Man utd can't win any match with Martial as a striker
Music/Radio / Re: What Music Are You Listening To Right Now? by Canny19: 4:03am On Jul 30
Brandy Clark.. Who you thought I was



https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C_ZCk2QyXsw
Crime / Re: Thugs Break Warehouse In Monkey Village Maza Maza, Cart Away COVID19 Palliatives by Canny19: 3:40pm On Oct 22, 2020
https://businessday.ng/coronavirus/article/cacovid-releases-107546-food-palliative-packs-to-lagos/


Lagos state just got the palliatives last month. This is a Sept 23 publication.
European Football (EPL, UEFA, La Liga) / Re: Official Manchester United Fan Thread:''20 Times EPL Champion by Canny19: 4:47pm On Oct 04, 2020
kokaneprodigy:

To think Mou signed these players and knows they are fucking slow.

I expect a good coach to put a faster Fred or VDB early enough
European Football (EPL, UEFA, La Liga) / Re: Official Manchester United Fan Thread:''20 Times EPL Champion by Canny19: 4:39pm On Oct 04, 2020
nitrogen:
My God, these guys are fast
With a slow pogba and matic... We will be done for.
European Football (EPL, UEFA, La Liga) / Re: Official Manchester United Fan Thread:''20 Times EPL Champion by Canny19: 5:17pm On Sep 19, 2020
Stream link o
European Football (EPL, UEFA, La Liga) / Re: Official Manchester United Fan Thread:''20 Times EPL Champion by Canny19: 7:23pm On Aug 05, 2020
Where can we watch..... Stream link abeg
Travel / Re: H'abroad Through The Eyes Of A Bushman! by Canny19: 1:07am On Jul 27, 2020
GboyegaD:


Oga, no be donut he give you now. Na likely Bagel with that wrapper. Anyways, you sure would enjoy Edmonton. If you have time, visit the West End Mall.

Bagel? Never heard it before... It sha looked like bread n egg. Will Def visit the west end mall soon. Thanks

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Travel / Re: H'abroad Through The Eyes Of A Bushman! by Canny19: 7:41am On Jul 25, 2020
Yaaaaaaay, quarantine is finally over and I'm covid free. It's totally not fun to be banished away from the world for 14 long days. To celebrate my freedom from captivity, I decided to step out to explore the city. Before stepping out, I called a friend to properly school me in the art of using the city buses so as not to get lost or meet myself in Nigeria. I got a bus pass, noted all the places I needed to go and stepped out. I hopped in a bus and it felt like I was inside a plane with 4 tyres. The interior was clean and serene, social distancing was observed unlike BRTs in lagos where we fight and push just to board the bus to stand with one leg for the entire duration of the trip. The first thing I noticed is the politeness of the passengers, people alighted from the bus with a thank you to the bus driver...in my head I began to wonder if the bus driver was volunteering or getting paid for his services cos saying thank you to a commercial bus driver is alien to me.

So I finally got to the bus station and joined others in saying thank you before alighting, I needed to catch another bus so I had to walk across the bus station to another terminal. While walking, I was faced with 4 doors to open..... To open ordinary door com turn herculean task. There was no pull/push on the doors that's how I got confused o but as a proper Nigerian I decided to rely on my strength instead of asking questions, I began to push the doors with all my strength... Pushed one.. Pushed two.. Pushed three and the last door decided not to yield to my strength so I got stuck. Unknown to me, some whites were coming at my back already disturbed by the way I was disgracing my family. Immediately I noticed their glare I quickly reached for my phone and placed it on my ears like a call came in. While at that, I patiently took notice of how they opened the door. Apparently, there were sensors at the side of the doors that I only needed to wave to in order for them to open... Chai see how I disgraced myself.... I angrily went back to the first door and started waving at the sensors and the doors started opening o... I felt like Alibaba opening sesame.


Finally, I got to the mall where I needed to get a screen protector for my new phone since some 'unscrupulous elements' here already phone shamed me cos of my camera. I met an Indian at a phone accessories shop and asked him for a glass screen protector. He told me he doesn't have a glass screen protector but he has a better one, so I asked him to fix me the 'better one' while I look around the mall. Getting back, he handed my the phone and I saw that he has covered the screen with a nylon protector... Bros are you whining me ni... How's this better than glass protector? He sha started explaining things about anti scratch that I didn't understand, I sha kept calm cos I didn't want to cause a scene on my first day out.. I angrily asked for the price and he said 30 dolls.... 30 kini... I sharply converted it to naira in my head and that was when I knew a scene was inevitable.... How can I pay over 8k for a nylon protector? Even computer village boys dare not try to scam me like this... Scammer come turn scamee... That's how I told him to remove his nylon that I'm not doing again o... After plenty talks, he agreed 15 dolls which I reluctantly paid. Long story short sha, I have marked his face...we will meet on the street and turn the matter to 'two fighting' cos the thing pain me no be small... Nylon protector I normally buy for 400 naira come turn 4k.

To cool off the anger and wait for my friend, I made my way to the much talked about Tim Hortons hoping to buy whatever they sell there. There, I met a Chinese who was speaking like it's against the law to speak loud.... I sha calmed down to explain to him how hungry I was and he told me to speak no more that he got me. Twinkle of an eye, this man brought a big cup of coffee and one tiny doughnut to go with it. 'sir, I thought you said you got me.. You didn't 'got' me rarara o...
Whats this na.... I never said I was thirsty na, it's hunger that is catching me' how can u bring a big bucket of coffee instead of a big doughnut. As if that wasn't enough, the Chinese decided to hand me sachets of sugar and milk to mix myself instead of mixing it himself. The milk I was given didn't even change the colour of the coffee after emptying them in. I sha took my L and marked the guy's face too.

One last thing, I really do not understand o.. Id El kabir is almost here and I still haven't seen rams dragged around....No ram fights ..no anything abi Canadians don't celebrate ileya ni. Is this how I'm going to miss Id El kabir's meat this year? cry The only animal these whites keep dragging around are dogs? They should just thank their stars that I'm not from calabar sha... Coman see dogs looking all fleshy n meaty, if only they know what their peers go thru in the hands of Calabarians. God dey!

It's indeed good to be outside again and it's already looking like the grasses are truly greener on this side o, time will tell sha.


Here are some pictures for you

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Travel / Re: H'abroad Through The Eyes Of A Bushman! by Canny19: 10:20pm On Jul 17, 2020
Hello peeps, it's been a week since I got to Canada and the village people I left behind are already saying that I look fresher: I bet they are just interested in inflating my ego so I can remember them when I start earning dollars... They have jonzed though! grin

I have been a law abiding Permanent Resident by deciding to comply with the 14 days quarantine order. I even got a call from a public health official today asking me if I have any flu like symptoms, covid got nothing on me cos my immune system is above par.

Nothing interesting has happened since I arrived cos there's little one can do in quarantine. The weather is getting warmer or should I say I'm getting acclimatized to the cold weather. Against all odds I have started enjoying doing the dishes because of the hot water that runs in the kitchen and everywhere else.

I'm currently putting finishing touches to my resume in order to hit the job market. It's money I came here to make and not to count skyscrapers.

Cheers!

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Travel / Re: H'abroad Through The Eyes Of A Bushman! by Canny19: 10:03pm On Jul 17, 2020
youngRx:


this got me cracking real hard. like seriously, i still cant wrap my head arround why houses in the west are made of wood. is it that sands and cement are scarce over there?? gringrin

I wonder too o! Someone can't even drive a simple nail into the wall to hang calender and pastor's pictures like we do in Nigeria grin

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Travel / Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Canny19: 10:00pm On Jul 17, 2020
Transformium:


Welcome to Canada! smiley I couldn’t stop laughing while reading your landing gist grin cheesy grin. Glad you made it. Congrats again!!

Thanks

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Travel / Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Canny19: 9:41pm On Jul 17, 2020
Cherrymia:
[b][/b]Really enjoyed your gist.I have been a silent guest/reader.please I have a quick question as we also have a ticket booked before the lock down.How did you reroute the ticket and please can tell me the cost of going to cotonu airport. Thanks
If you booked with Ethiopian Airlines, go to their office and table your request. The cost of flying to Cotonou depends on the number of people flying, it's a chartered flight so the cost is evenly shared among the travelers. Going through the land border is also an alternative you can explore.

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Travel / Re: H'abroad Through The Eyes Of A Bushman! by Canny19: 3:35pm On Jul 15, 2020
ZINIBANKS:

Wow nice one bro God bless you for me
I prayed for you cause I slept late in a bad mood and also woke up in a very bad mood am really not happy
Just now I came across your thread and I started smiling knowing fully well that God did it for someone he will also do it for me congratulations once again I pray you become successful in everything you do and don't forget to keep us updated Shalom ✌️❤️

Thanks so much brother! I pray ur mood becomes better and ur heart desires come to pass. This phase will pass.

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Travel / Re: H'abroad Through The Eyes Of A Bushman! by Canny19: 3:15pm On Jul 15, 2020
Exmay02:
On a lighter note @canny19, go collect new samsung phone after your quarantine, I know those telecom coys there offer the service when u want to subscribe to them, this your sagem camera blur no be small grin


Hahaha... Plans are in top gear already mhen. Buying a new phone will make me broke at this moment grin grin

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Travel / Re: H'abroad Through The Eyes Of A Bushman! by Canny19: 5:42am On Jul 15, 2020
Today is my 5th day in Canada and I'm already bored. This is as a result of the 14 days quarantine order the government asked everyone coming into the country to observe. Failure to comply with this quarantine order can lead to a six months jail time or a fine of 750 thousand dollars... Yeah, you read right.. 750k CAD:that's around 225 million in naira. Even If I sell my entire village plus my village people and the resources therein, I still won't be able to come up with a quarter of that money so I'm jejely respecting myself by staying indoors.

In Nigeria, only the less privileged live in wooden houses, the rich build with bricks or blocks as the case maybe but the reverse is the case here o. Houses are built with fine woods and I must confess they look so so gorgeous inside out. I still do not understand why doors are painted white but they look beautiful.

Nigerians in Canada are indeed very welcoming, I have received a whole lot of calls and texts from fellow Nigerians welcoming me into the country. They not only call, they also offer to help me settle down as quick as possible. One good Samaritan even decided to go a step further by delivering groceries to my door step as a welcome home package...aswear, this is where to be!

BRB... Let me Goan devour the groceries. I will be back!

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Travel / Re: H'abroad Through The Eyes Of A Bushman! by Canny19: 4:50am On Jul 15, 2020
gtswt:


I was wondering too. Please OP, can you share with us how you went about getting the Visa...

Please visit the FSWP express entry thread to learn how I got the visa. It's a DIY process once you can dedicate your time to making researches and asking questions. It's quite a cumbersome process though but it's worth the stress I tell you.
https://www.nairaland.com/5471101/canadian-express-entry-federal-skilled

Getting a flight out of Nigeria isn't a joke, apart from the fact that it's now quite expensive to travel you also have to put your ears to the ground to get information about repatriation flights

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Travel / Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Canny19: 4:15pm On Jul 14, 2020
RegalB:
Good day people.

1. Please has anyone had his / her expired PR validated or extended? Is there a clear process or timeline for renewal? Do we have to redo medicals?
PS: This information isnt on their website and even though we'll notify as instructed via webform, I just want to be prepared.

2. Can anyone point me in the direction of any Whatsapp group arranging flights out of Nigeria to Canada?

Thank you.

Send a pm

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Travel / Re: H'abroad Through The Eyes Of A Bushman! by Canny19: 2:19pm On Jul 14, 2020
Thanks everyone. I will update this thread as much I can in a bid to see Canada thru my eyes.
Let's fire on!


My first canny experience happened in the washroom at Toronto Pearson International Airport. I was waiting for my last leg at the airport, I felt pressed so I made my way to the washroom. I went in with my sanitizer with the hope of Sanitizing the toilet bowl before sitting on it. I got in there and realized that it was my sanitizer that needed to be sanitized by the toilet bowl cos it was looking cleaner than crystals. As if that wasn't enough, I finished the doings, stood up and the toilet flushed automatically ... Like really... Who asked you? I wasn't sure how it knew I was done .. That's how I used the next 5 minutes looking for the sensor on the toilet bowl o. Finally found it and I decided to trick it by running my palm over the censor and the toilet flushed again.... That's how I won the cold war between myself and the toilet bowl in the washroom o. This Canada ehn.... I must explore

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Travel / Re: H'abroad Through The Eyes Of A Bushman! by Canny19: 1:36am On Jul 14, 2020
The last leg to Edmonton was rough, the turbulence was much. I began ti wonder what was happening. Even the longer flights from cotonou to Addis then from Addis to Toronto didn't suffer a turbulence this much. The cute lady beside me slept for the better part of the journey while I was finding it hard to sleep. I was calm tho cos I got TCC (travel clearance certificate) from my village ppl and they already promised not to follow me to Canada. So I had nothing to worry about.

Landed in Edmonton and saw that one of my checked in bags was ripped. I wasn't surprised tho cos the bag had a whole lot of orisirisi and panti foodstuffs.
Stepped out of the airport and was greeted with cold but I decided not to use my jacket, I got shocked when my host came wearing armless and said the weather was warm... Ki lo warm exactly? Are you people playing me ni? It was at that moment I started dreading winter. As I type this, my jacket is on while people are wearing pants n bra outside my window ��

I'm settling in quite well even tho I'm still in shock how 10pm can be looking like 4pm and 5am be looking like 9am. There's no way one can predict the time by looking outside in this country.

It's time to start 'living life' as opposed to just 'merely existing' in Nigeria

I'm finally HOME. 10/7/20
Home is where an average person can afford 3 square meals per day. Home is where security is well guaranteed. Home is where there is no huge discrepancy between the rich and the poor. Home is where our resources and funds are not being embezzled by our corrupt leaders . Home is where there are job provisions for graduates. HOME is where there is HOPE!! Home is, home is, home is, home is.................. CANADA
Have a dream and work towards making it a reality.

NB. I wrote IELTS twice just because I don't like to proofread so pls ignore the plenty errors n typos.

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Travel / Re: H'abroad Through The Eyes Of A Bushman! by Canny19: 1:33am On Jul 14, 2020
Next morning, I called the kitchen and ordered for breakfast, the lady at the other end mentioned what was available for breakfast.. Aswear I didn't hear a thing she said, I only heard sausage and I said I wanted it, she asked what I wanted with it and I said whatever you people put with sausage should be added.. I can't be stressing my brain on a food I know nothing about. After 20 minutes I got a knock and the food came in..... I was confused where to start from but aswear life is good with good food mhen.
I slept off immediately after the food and woke around 4, I immediately dialed the kitchen for lunch but I was told lunch time was over except if I wanted to buy.. Buy kini? Is that why we are here? Abeg, I'm not hungry again. I carefully asked when dinner was going to be ready and I was told 6.30. Few minutes to 6.30 I picked up the phone to order fast before affliction go rise the second time. The lady told me what was available for dinner and again I didn't hear a thing...all I heard was broccoli... So I said she should gimme the food with the broccoli. 30 minutes later, food came in and it looked confusing again. I so much like confusing foods.... I settled in and started eating it.... Truly, butter isn't monkey's food o.(butter onshe ounje obo) I tasted the broccoli and I hated myself for it. I wasn't brought up to be wasteful so I gathered boldness and started swallowing them.

The meal was good, I relaxed by watching a football match and that's how I completely lost track
Of time. I was on my King sized bed when a call came in from the reception asking if I don't plan to leave their hotel again. Apparently my group members looked for me and none knew my room number so they left me st the hotel and asked the receptionists to fetch me out from wherever I was hiding... My village people wanted me to miss my flight but God pass them. I jumped out of bed, took my Kaya and hurriedly left the room. Got to the reception and the receptionists were low-key shaking head for me. I had to wait for the shuttle bus to come take me to the airport m. I got to the airport and my group members bombarded me with a lot of questions asking if I over slept or just lost track of time.... I told them I felt the hotel was Canada �

Boarding time came and the plane was a whole lot bigger buy almost half empty. Most people had a full row to themselves. Ethiopian airline decided to trick us into believing that there would be in-flight entertainment. The screens were working, people had already started getting comfy with the screens with some trying to choose movies while others like me just wanted to check out their Playlists. That's how flight started and the screens went blank o. Could see the disappointments and anger in people's faces but no one to complain to. Everyone adjusted their seats and stretched their bodies.

Through out the entire duration of the flight, the hostesses bombarded us with foods.... We were served a nameless but delicious food twice with a whole lot of juice, alcohol, coffee and snacks to go with it.

Finally we landed in Toronto, the weather was good and documents checks and everything went fast. I didn't spend upto 10 minutes getting my copr stamped and hearing the much awaited welcome to Canada phrase. I wasn't even asked for my POF or what my quarantine plan was. The officer just went on reading my rights to me... abeg free me, na only welcome to Canada I wan hear.

I got my bags and checked them in for the last leg of the flight. Waited for close to 5 hours for the last leg, fortunately there was wifi which was not available all thru our 22 hours stay in Addis Ababa. (the govt shut down the country's internet due to their political crises)

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Travel / H'abroad Through The Eyes Of A Bushman! by Canny19: 1:23am On Jul 14, 2020
My journey to Canada

PPR landed in January and for an unknown reason I decided to wait till April before traveling. Little did I know that China had other plans for me. Covid broke out and the government decided to shut her airports 2 weeks before my japa date. I wasn't too bothered cos I thought it was going to last for a month but one month became two then three. After realizing that the government's intention is to fail me one last time, I decided to join different evacuation flight groups. The first one I joined was that of 2500 dolls. Immediately, I knew that flight wasn't meant for me or else POF will laccident. I chilled hoping fares will get cheaper. Truly, it for cheaper but still expensive for a broke ass dude like me. Finally I was able to reroute my ticket to Cotonou, Paid extra for the rerouting and also paid an airline to take my group members and I to cotonou. That was how I left my father's land like a fugitive going to seek asylum in Canada (my home country)

As a village boy that I am, I was more interested in experiencing my first plane experience while others just wanted to get to Canada. I had vowed to take as many pictures as possible but my battery failed me Las Las. I sincerely wanted to pepper those who thought a lagos BRT bus is the best thing I will ever commute in.

The plane from lAG to COO was small with little leg space. Before I could settle in to start taking pictures the pilot announced we were landing in 5 minutes. Shoo... 150k flight ended in 20 minutes, I must collect my change from those people.

Cotonou's airport was small and looked like a lagos luxury bus park. No efizzy, no international airport feeling and wifi. At the ET counter we got a shocker of our lives, our land luggage must be checked in and must not exceed 7kg and our backpack must only have laptop in it. The language barrier also dealt with us cos the officers were French-speaking who were trying to communicate in English.
My backpack and hand luggage weighed a total of 16kg, I realized I was going to pay for the extra weight when they started weighing our hand luggage and backpack. I offloaded everything in one of my check in bags and paid 60 usd for it. Some families paid upto 700 dolls just for their extra luggage... E be things o

We boarded and the plane was quite full, I sat at the last row by the aisle close to the kitchen. It seems they knew how much I like to eat before putting me there. I ensured nothing passed me by..... From water to juice to wine to beer to coffee. I had planned to eat everything that passed me by which I did, I kept Flagyl in my pocket incase my village people decided to use food to get me.

The flight to Addis Ababa was uneventful, no in-flight entertainment, no wifi just food and pretty hostesses. I kept looking out of the window trying to catch a glimpse of the scenery, it got to a time the man at the window seat asked me if I would like to exchange seats with him, I declined cos I didn't want to miss out on anything shared by the hostesses.

Touch down Addis Ababa and cold greeted me. I had my jacket in my bag but decided to form hard guy hard guy,my hardness became soft when a lady who clearly saw me shivering had to ask me why I was suffering myself. I thought I could withstand anything but my body failed me.

We wandered around the airport for a while before we got lodged in a 5 star Ethiopian airline hotel cos the next flight was 22 hours away.

The skylight hotel is indeed 5 star, it war my favorite part of the whole journey. I got my key card and went straight to my room. I opened the door and 2 king sized bed were looking at me... Shuuu... Me wey dey sleep for 3 and a half bunk bed go come sleep for two beds....This is indeed the H'abroad life. Trust ur boy na, I made sure I slept on the two beds at the same time.... I scattered myself everywhere. The weather was still cold even indoors, I took a warm bath and got under the duvet.

To be continued

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Travel / Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Canny19: 8:40pm On Jul 13, 2020
Richdee1:


Bro we dey wait for your thread ooo..
No disappoint us oo
cc: Hadampson take this man to the permanent site

Abeg abeg, let me hide my head.


Thanks everyone

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Travel / Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Canny19: 4:58pm On Jul 13, 2020
ednut1:
you dey here too lol. congrats once again

Ak I dey o!
Travel / Re: Living In Canada/Life As A Canadian Immigrant Part 2 by Canny19: 5:11am On Jul 13, 2020
Canny19:


To be continued grin

The cute lady beside me slept for the better part of the journey while I was finding it hard to sleep. I was calm tho cos I got TCC (travel clearance certificate) from my village ppl and they already promised not to follow me to Canada. So I had nothing to worry about.

Landed in Edmonton and saw that one of my checked in bags was ripped. I wasn't surprised tho cos the bag had a whole lot of orisirisi and panti foodstuffs.
Stepped out of the airport and was greeted with cold but I decided not to use my jacket, I got shocked when my host came wearing armless and said the weather was warm... Ki lo warm exactly? Are you people playing me ni? It was at that moment I started dreading winter. As I type this, my jacket is on while people are wearing pants n bra outside my window ��

I'm settling in quite well even tho I'm still in shock how 10pm can be looking like 4pm and 5am be looking like 9am. There's no way one can predict the time by looking outside in this country.

It's time to start 'living life' as opposed to just 'merely existing' in Nigeria

I'm finally HOME. 10/7/20
Home is where an average person can afford 3 square meals per day. Home is where security is well guaranteed. Home is where there is no huge discrepancy between the rich and the poor. Home is where our resources and funds are not being embezzled by our corrupt leaders . Home is where there are job provisions for graduates. HOME is where there is HOPE!! Home is, home is, home is, home is.................. CANADA
Have a dream and work towards making it a reality.

NB: Ignore the errors cos I hate proofreading, I bet that's why I wrote IELTS twice grin

Big shout outs to those who made this happen.

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