"If You Have The Chance Leave Nigeria, Please Leave" – US-based Nigerian Man Advises

Date: 13-04-2019 3:15 pm (2 years ago) | Author: success Xenab
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A US based Nigerian Man has given the reason why he left the country many years ago when the opportunity came for him to leave.

The man identified as Emma Madu, who is now an American citizen, in his candid advice, wants other Nigerians to leave the country if they have the opportunity.

Read what he shared online below;

After running around looking for gas to power our factory generator in Onitsha, I did not even think twice when I got the chance to go to America. It is still the best decision of my life.

I got a job, went back to school while working. Became a U S citizen, brought my brother to America, and built a house in Nigeria. Then went back to Nigeria to get married. Brought my wife to America and got her a greencard. Now with 3 kids and 15 years in America last month, I can tell you sincerely, if you get the chance to move, move.

I was a nobody in Nigeria then, but today, my membership card of Knight Of Columbus is enough to get me inside the Vatican without a ticket. Just my ID. I cannot count how many times I have seen Nigerians being searched like criminals in many airports while I simply stroll by with the shout of “welcome Sir” from the same airport officials just because of my US passport. And then you almost bust into tears knowing that the only difference between you and those your brothers is the passport.

The same people you were chatting with inside the plane until it is time to show our passports. Then you get a welcome sir while your brothers get a path down.

So if you are doing well in Nigeria fine, but if you have the chance to move, move.


Posted: at 13-04-2019 03:15 PM (2 years ago) | Hero
- Baye77 at 13-04-2019 03:30 PM (2 years ago)
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Bro, a lot of ppl are still in this country and making their decent earnings...that it worked out for u over there doesn't mean it will work out for every other person...
Posted: at 13-04-2019 03:30 PM (2 years ago) | Hero
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- kp45 at 13-04-2019 03:41 PM (2 years ago)
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Truth is bitter but 100% correct. Why many Nigerian pals travelling out fail because they plan to fail. If you have a sincere plan in travelling out God is always there to bless your hardwork. I mean sincere plans and not illegal activities. NZ
Posted: at 13-04-2019 03:41 PM (2 years ago) | Hero
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- mgiwa6 at 13-04-2019 04:18 PM (2 years ago)
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Please do your homework before you leave. Things have changed big time in America in the last couple of years. Even  if you are a citizen or a green card holder, it does not guarantee easy life.
Posted: at 13-04-2019 04:18 PM (2 years ago) | Upcoming
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- ceasarD at 13-04-2019 04:20 PM (2 years ago)
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You are on point bros. if you are hardworking and can save, your chances of making it the U.S. A is high.

Posted: at 13-04-2019 04:20 PM (2 years ago) | Newbie
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- james987 at 13-04-2019 05:58 PM (2 years ago)
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"Member of knights of Columbus" He had to belong to a cult.
Posted: at 13-04-2019 05:58 PM (2 years ago) | Hero
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- FloxyB at 14-04-2019 02:38 AM (2 years ago)
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Quote from: Baye77 on 13-04-2019 03:30 PM
Bro, a lot of ppl are still in this country and making their decent earnings...that it worked out for u over there doesn't mean it will work out for every other person...
Good talk.
Posted: at 14-04-2019 02:38 AM (2 years ago) | Upcoming
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- FloxyB at 14-04-2019 02:41 AM (2 years ago)
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Quote from: mgiwa6 on 13-04-2019 04:18 PM
Please do your homework before you leave. Things have changed big time in America in the last couple of years. Even  if you are a citizen or a green card holder, it does not guarantee easy life.

Many Nigerians are not doing good in the US. I am a US Citizen too but sincerely, many leave like slaves here.
Posted: at 14-04-2019 02:41 AM (2 years ago) | Upcoming
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- smart61 at 14-04-2019 11:12 AM (2 years ago)
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After 25 years abroad, I know so many people who have no documents and no kids. They still find it difficult to eat and pay house rent. But I see many Nigerians buying new cars every day in Nigeria. Going abroad is not a guarantee.
Posted: at 14-04-2019 11:12 AM (2 years ago) | Gistmaniac
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