Samklef, Others React To Man Whose Friend Plan To Leave Canada Back To Nigeria Over Hardship

Date: 15-01-2022 8:49 am (1 week ago) | Author: onuigbo felicia
- at 15-01-2022 08:49 AM (1 week ago)
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A Nigerian Twitter user recently took to the platform to narrate how his friend, who relocated abroad two years ago, is moving back to Nigeria because of hardship.

According to the Twitter user, @Tweetoracle, the friend left his job where he was earning N350K per month in Nigeria for a greener pasture abroad, but things haven’t been going as planned.

He said his friend who regrets relocating to Canada is now planning to move back to Nigeria for a fresh start.

“I have a friend who was earning N350K in his job here in Nigeria and he left it all to journey abroad. Two yrs on, he keeps complaining with bitterness what a mistake that has been and how not easy life is abroad. He is planning to come back this year for good. Have a plan!”, his tweet reads.

His tweet generated tons of reactions from Twitter users, including popular US-based Nigerian singer, Samklef, who opined that the man couldn’t make it in Canada because he’s lazy.

“Ur friend is lazy. Lol.. job discrimination is the reason why a lot of people will remain poor. Common health care workers makes nothing less than $3k to $4K a month I have friends in it that makes $100k a month. He should go back.” Samklef tweeted.


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Posted: at 15-01-2022 08:49 AM (1 week ago) | Hero
- busa04 at 15-01-2022 01:31 PM (1 week ago)
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The energy they put up abroad to earn a living, if they put same energy here they won be complaining. Here your freedom is unlimited. The money they receive as salary is commensurate with the high cost of living over there. the difference is when converted to naira. In most cases those who work there never come back home the same. Their figure is usually altered due to excessive work stress  because of foreign currency.
Posted: at 15-01-2022 01:31 PM (1 week ago) | Upcoming
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- joromy at 15-01-2022 11:22 PM (6 days ago)
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Quote from: busa04 on 15-01-2022 11:23 PM
The energy they put up abroad to earn a living, if they put same energy here they won be complaining. Here your freedom is unlimited. The money they receive as salary is commensurate with the high cost of living over there. the difference is when converted to naira. In most cases those who work there never come back home the same. Their figure is usually altered due to excessive work stress  because of foreign currency.
Nigeria is a Bushit Country.
Posted: at 15-01-2022 11:22 PM (6 days ago) | Upcoming
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- nikiniki at 16-01-2022 12:57 AM (6 days ago)
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So you earn 350k in Nigeria, spend 2 and half hour in traffic to and another to come back home. Fear thieves, lasma, vio on the way, have your car damaged due to bad roads, potholes everywhere, spend your weekend with the mechanic, have to sleep in noise and smoke polluted environment due to your generator and that of your neighbour get health insurance and use it at the clinics and risk being given a made in china medication, have to face increasing rise in cost of food and rent.....I will rather stay abroad. A friend once said most of us in the US end up with odd jobs...that is true. While we are at it, we re-skill ourselves and poise for greater jobs. Give it 5 years to recover all with all the infrastructures and beautiful home and environment!
Posted: at 16-01-2022 12:57 AM (6 days ago) | Gistmaniac
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