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Travel / Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 2) by level10: 3:48pm On Oct 06, 2022
justwise:


I mean if you were born here and your mum&dadd lived and worked here for 27yrs surely they are citizens or have ILR, that also means that you are eligible for citizenship, so how did you skip all that and come here on spouse visa?


My folks were “very very” illegal migrants at the time.
Justwise ,You would have gone farther in life if you took time out to learn more than you crumbs you know!

The word SURELY show high level of dopiness, especially on subject you don’t know about.

You have showed your prowess in researching yet you fail in understanding.
Feel free to Ask questions and study the variables more.

Ps…Since you are so busy putting the pieces of my history together,I May as well link you up with my pops.

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Travel / Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 2) by level10: 7:29am On Oct 06, 2022
justwise:


There is nothing in this story that justifies your claim that white hates blacks.

If you hang around people with this mindset then you will struggle to survive in this country . No race is perfect, look for something positive in people and not always focus on negative and conspiracy theories.

Are we blacks love and care for each other?

Good luck

I was born here in the late 80’s and lived here for 3years before being sent back to Nigeria,God bless my parents ,a railway engineer and nurse .They would Later move home in 2007 after 27years .

Justwise You show a lot of ignorance when you dismiss people’s experiences and give advice based on margins of your beliefs.
I said what I said.Even with a Brit pass,we are lowest rated.

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Travel / Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 2) by level10: 11:39pm On Oct 03, 2022
justwise:


I don't, please give example to support your claim.
When I got to Liverpool,I lived between Zimbabwe family and a Brit single mom of 3kids.
Her kid play the roughest I’ve seen.One time the little boy had his lip almost cut off when he fell.Ambulance/police arrived and boy got admitted for a week and came back home.Mom swears at them and cussing their dad’s publicly.Infact she was delusional.

The Zimbabwe guy was a normal black guy,minding his business but the day one of the kids unfortunately rolled down the stairs,there where no physical injuries .He personally took the child to GP for checks
That was the beginning of problems.2sec they involved safe guarding and police,the zim guy flared up,because he felt it wasn’t that serious.2sec they changed it to angry black man.
Long story short ,they took his 2 kids and he had to battle for months to get em back.

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Travel / Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 2) by level10: 9:55pm On Oct 03, 2022
justwise:


Give us an example


I know You ve lived here long enough to grab what I’m saying.
Travel / Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 2) by level10: 9:53pm On Oct 03, 2022
wallg123:

At least you’ve made us know your emptiness tonight. You guys need self love so you don’t end up depressed.
[b]What is there to understand [/b]is that rubbish you write above?

You have developed thick skin for the unusual just to fit in(self love)
I totally understand, because

proverb 22-27
You cannot separate dolt from their inanity , even though you grind them like grain with mortar and pestle.

Understanding is far from you

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Travel / Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 2) by level10: 8:58pm On Oct 03, 2022
hustla:


My friend just got promoted to Senior Manager at EY. Another is now Financial Controller at Goldman Sacchs

... All in the same UK where black guys in estates (citizens) in Edmonton Green, Camden, Tottenham etc are claiming "the system does not favor us", they don't like us etc

Make what you will out of what I just wrote.. But in all, playing victim gets you nowhere

smiley


You still don’t get it.
I never said there are no good jobs or black People don’t excel .I personally got here through LinkedIn.

But you can’t change the fact that there is a distinct divide between all races and we are the least on that ladder.

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Travel / Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 2) by level10: 8:48pm On Oct 03, 2022
wallg123:

This is the dumbest bullshit I’ve heard on this platform. Bros you seem to be really suffering from low self esteem…. Seek help now cry


The witless have no interest in understanding; they only want to air their own opinions.

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Travel / Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 2) by level10: 8:26pm On Oct 03, 2022
justwise:


No you don't, you are just full of negativity, so when are you moving back to Nigeria considering your 2yrs negative experience here?




We all are on a different journeys bro and what I’m saying is,the system is not fair to blacks.if you choose to live in denial,it’s absolutely fine.

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Travel / Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 2) by level10: 8:20pm On Oct 03, 2022
Viruses:

Just pack your things and go back home bros. I won't advice you to keep living like a second class citizen in another man's land honestly.



Even the half-witted is considered wise just because they keep silent with their mouths shut.
proverb 17-28
Mind your business

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Travel / Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 2) by level10: 7:45pm On Oct 03, 2022
justwise:



You are just less than a year in the UK and you have all these in your head? A bit of open mindedness will go a long way.

If we keep walking around with race card on our back pocket it will be difficult to deal with actual racist situation

Illusion if inclusion!!!!
I lived in Malaysia for 4years,and December would make it 2years since I moved here .I have a seen a lot of their type .I know what I’m saying .keep deceiving yourself !!!
Travel / Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 2) by level10: 5:31pm On Oct 03, 2022
koonbey:


You people are too quick to make everything about race. You no dey tire?

Better change this persecution mindset before you begin to suffer from medical-grade paranoia.


Be smart when you think and type,The deceit of Free health care (that you pay heavily for) ,good road,mc Donald’s burger ,and your 8hrs slavery job has made you feel like you are part of them.Wake up !!!!!!
Race will forever be an issue,except for the fact that you might be a JJc so, ko ti ri kan kan.
The exact issue a white man will get away with,a black man may never get away with.How long have you lived abroad??Wake up!!!!!
Have you walked down a street and you see how some cross over to avoid you in 2022

What do you know about how this system works ?
You are obviously still in the illusion of being abroad,so you can’t see past the Aldi and Lidl chicken you eat.
When push comes to shove,we are just minorities,even with the red passport ,we are least rated.






Come and tell me race doesn’t matter in 5years and I spare you some time.

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Travel / Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 2) by level10: 10:59am On Oct 03, 2022
Pogracious:
Hello Ancestors,

Please I went to drop my child in school and I said let me do a drive through and drop the boy but everywhere seems occupied only a safe place where a parked to drop my boy ,as I dropped him one staff was driving behind and started asking him questions .I looked back that was when she shouted from her car that am supposed to park.I said Okay and quickly left the bay but am just wondering what the woman was asking my son?Should I be worried? Pls help with advise ooo



You have to be extremely careful bro/sis.
The west is designed not to favour black people.
Worst case ,she will keep an eye out and wait for you to make another mistake before she invites safe guarding(worst case )
Be very very loving to your kids.
To be honest they are the only ones that can say,I love my daddy and the wicked staff would back off

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Travel / Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 2) by level10: 10:36pm On Sep 21, 2022
Solumtoya:


Are you joking? The TV License covers a particular home address. So technically, you can actually take your TV to the park each time you wanna watch any of the covered programmes and you owe no one.

Personally I don’t pay because I don’t watch any live bbc programmes or even sports.
I do YouTube live from time to time ,
The last time that license guy visited,I told him I only watch YouTube live on my phone when I’m out of the house/at work
He was Amazed/dazed at the same time.They never returned

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Travel / Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 2) by level10: 10:28pm On Sep 21, 2022
justwise:


How about homeless people? Can they watch live program on their smart phone while living on the street?

My point exactly
Travel / Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 2) by level10: 10:16pm On Sep 21, 2022
Solumtoya:


I've been holding myself from talking since. Y'all are making it sound like it's not just £13 or so monthly. When you're watching the Queen's funeral without TV License, you're breaking the law.

If you wanna pay for the TV License, it's not something to be ashamed of. Personally, I pay it .

If you don't want to pay, fine, but know you're breaking the law if you watch or record programmes on your TV, phone, laptop as they're broadcast or download/watch BBC programmes on any device. Break the law with your chest, like the IPTV folks.

Of course, you don't need TV license Netflix, DVDs or non-BBC prpgrammes that are not Live.

So if I go to the stratford park and stream a live program on my laptop or mobile device,who do I owe?


Since I no dey inside house����

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Travel / Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 2) by level10: 9:02pm On Sep 21, 2022
justwise:


Really? So because you don't earn enough to pay BBC for watching other channels you should not have TV?

Help me ask am,I also think his write up wasn’t well thought ..

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Travel / Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 2) by level10: 12:34pm On Aug 14, 2022
umarwy:


So you dey my bark Yard?

Which instructor sis you use??


I used Chris kelly

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Travel / Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 2) by level10: 7:53am On Jul 28, 2022
Amarathripple0:

Congrats oh! Any tips?

Just dey turn ur neck every time ,look around like say you dey expect something.
Know the speed limits,know the rules for a one way road.Best of luck!!

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Travel / Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 2) by level10: 11:52am On Jul 27, 2022
I don pass oooooo
After 2 attempts

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Travel / Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 2) by level10: 6:36pm On Feb 06, 2022
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Thanks
Travel / Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 2) by level10: 8:13am On Feb 06, 2022
Good morning,Abeg I have 2 question.
Please is the international driving license valid for 1 year after being issued or 1 year after I started driving with it in the uk.
What is the likely amount i will pay for council tax in a 3 bed room ,Liverpool
Travel / Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 2) by level10: 7:26pm On Jan 06, 2022
Ugool:
Good evening everyone. I and my spouse is looking for accomodation in Liverpool. This accomodation thingy is very tedious. We have used zipoola and open rent but the terms are crazy; Paying for 12months min some 6 with additional bills like unrefundable deposit etc. Please if anyone has Futher genuine recommendations or knows a landlord subletting a 1 bedroom or studio kindly let me know. Thank you

There is a one room on my street binns road ,L13 old swan .The landlord stays there and he's renting out 1 room.
You can check it out on open rent.com

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Travel / Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 2) by level10: 9:52pm On Sep 27, 2021
Innocent94:
i don’t understand what you are talking about,i believe there are part time students jobs around,u can enlighten me if u’ve anoda definition of menial job professor

u dey find help and you still get bad attitude on top

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Travel / Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 2) by level10: 10:38am On Aug 31, 2021
Lexusgs430:



More training is a MUST..........

Have you tried Network rail, underground, Dyson etc etc.........


Have you seen this......

https://www.theengineer.co.uk/careers-engineering-first-steps/



For the fact that you have responded even when you owe me nothing.God will bless you
I'm reading through already

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Travel / Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 2) by level10: 12:02am On Aug 31, 2021
Lexusgs430:



Have you started sending CV's to engineering companies, even if you have to offer your services for free?

I literally sleep and wake up with reed and indeed .
Bro please guide me abeg.I am capable of doing any engineering related.I just need to be pointed the right direction even if it means me getting a self sponsored training course .
I don tire for warehouse job and care home.
Travel / Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 2) by level10: 10:04pm On Aug 30, 2021
Lexusgs430:



What level of physical experience(not paper experience o) do you have in the engineering sector...........

Yes ,I am very good with Autocad and a little of solidworks. Basically design Engineering
Travel / Re: Living In The Uk-life Of An Immigrant (part 2) by level10: 9:07pm On Aug 29, 2021
Abeg help a brother.
How do I get a job as an engineer here in the uk.
I have been working in a care home since I arrived here 6months ago on spousal visa.
I studied mech engineering in Nigeria.
Please what do I need to do to be able to work as an Engineer.

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Travel / Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by level10: 9:18pm On Jul 17, 2021
Lexusgs430:



Icon8, gave you the perfect answer......

Okay thanks
Travel / Re: Living In The Uk/life As A UK Immigrant by level10: 5:28pm On Jul 17, 2021
Please any ideas


I am currently based in UK and I have a business running in Nigeria
Problem is ,I need help on how to transfer my (profits)money from my naira account to my uk account

Help me guys
Investment / Re: Crypto Currency Investors Thread by level10: 7:39pm On May 17, 2021
SMJay:
This was supposed to be posted yesterday but unfortunately I don't know what happened to either my phone or nairaland.

The journey has been bItter sweet, but will be ungrateful if I don't acknowledge the following:
Ilegendd

Jedisco

Sailor1

Openheaven2019

The above are the named person made the journey easy

The next set of people are as follows in no particular order made it smooth

Puvo- Boss of all bosses, the man that pushed me beyond my limits and said, " it's in you"

OMT- Irumole of cryptocurrency, he was born for this market, many years of experience in NSE, his signals are 90% accurate

Abies2d- Lol! She started out as a newbie in February 2021, but today I call her the Cryptogoddess

Spaco David- My very first lesson on resistant and support & RSI, he taught me, he uses technical analysis for virtually everything namely eating, walking, to board & aligth from a bus, what to wear, just name it. I call him Lord Scapo the master of scalping

Kaytule- This man was born to be a tutor, he has a YouTube channel on everything cryptocurrency, very detailed and concise. He taught me the ABC of crypto, my first purchase and sell off on binance, how to use binance and other exchanges was tutored by him, then he has not gotten his YouTube channel.

Peter Emu- I call him the moonshoot master, has his Telegram & WhatsApp group, everything and anything sh!t coin, he is your plug, he tutored me how to transfer to trust wallet without paying a gas fee (unbelievable). Check him out on YouTube

Morenike- My able and capable PA, if you need all lecture notes audio VN about the above mentioned name people, she has got you covered. Oh! She is a guru in her own right, runs her WhatsApp group too

BtcManagement & Anonymous both of them undergraduate doing exceptionally well with market fundamentals, they both gave me a crash course on market fundamentals & the lingua in crypto

Daniel- I call him Mr Reseacher, you need anything at all in this market, he will get it for you, if you cannot find it, his that good, he made me understand 7 rules of crypto of which 5 became important to me
White paper
The people behind the coin/project
Market cap
Circulating Capital
And the use case of the coin


Nrs Dano- My brother from the North, changing every arewa persons perspective about crypto

Major- My FIRST lesson in future trade was "the Major without no barracks". He said, "FUTURES is rewarding only if you can define the difference between being careful and daring".

Thank you so much.


Bus just dey move and you wan come down

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