DON'T GET LIED TO: THE TRUE COST OF LIVING IN THE U.K


DON'T GET LIED TO: THE TRUE COST OF LIVING IN THE U.K

DON’T GET LIED TO: THE TRUE COST OF LIVING IN THE U.K is an insightful YouTube live stream…

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  2. I studied n lived in UK since 2005. I can say I am one of those guys things sort of worked out for. I never did a menial job even when I studied I worked in sales part time in an office. When I was jobless my dad said I should get a job at the grocery store I told him no fucking way. I said if am not in an office behind a computer screen I am not doing it. I graduated n got a job starting at 25k a year I got fed up with the low paya after 5yeara n quit. five months later I got a senior job n getting paid 45k basic a year plus commission n guess what it was a work from home job I didn't even need to leave my house 🀣🀣🀣. I saved more money in the last year than I did in the 13 years I been in the UK. It took me 13 years to get to the point where I can save enough to confidentiality say I got money in the bank. The moral? U need to know your worth to survive in UK if u go in n expect to be given anything it will nva happen. U have to be willing to walk away n u must also come correct. If u haven't studied in UK Dnt bother going cos u not gonna get a good job. I was lucky I started young so am still in my mid thirties n even now I am looking to move on to a bigger role paying me even more. I also had to marry a white woman n learnt the hard way that's a wrong move. I also go back home every year to make sure I never forget where I am from n once my savings get to disgusting amount am going back for good. Believe in yourself guys n if u can't afford it stay in Nigeria it's more fun.

  3. Really like this brother! Breaking it down to your people of the real cost in the uk

  4. Even to get a haircut 30 pounds now, insurance for driving all those stuff

  5. Am in Manchester.You are been honest throughout your video.Congratulations πŸ‘

  6. Phrankleen thank you for sincerely pouring out the truth for our brothers to hear and learn if they want to. Please i will want to relay with you as soon as possible. Am here in ltaly by the grace of GOD,…Please let me know how we can have a chat if you can. God bless you.

  7. It’s hard not easy the system is working on its favour

  8. A lot of generalisations here using extreme scenarios.
    As a nurse I work 37.5 hours a week and take home over 3k a month. I live well.

  9. So true. People from the diaspora do misrepresent the reality of what we go through in the west. You are so right on this thought.

  10. Not inflated. That is real trust me.

  11. Your right my Dad who is Nigerian mourns about leaving Nigeria years ago

  12. What's IFA? … How do you get it

  13. You have said it all. Much respect πŸ™ πŸ‘

  14. Africans hate to hear this kind of truth

  15. You are right people should not fake out. But let me ask do the people in Nigeria really want to hear the truth. I don't think so. We are talking of a Nigerian mindset here. When you go home people assume you have a lot of cash on you. I know people from East Africa that will just buy a flight ticket and head home. Not so in Nigeria. Some people slave abroad so they can show off when they go home. It's pathetic.

  16. How many we Africans are going to retire in the white man’s world to be sincere? Easier said than done! Your salary goes back to their country in the name of paying bills.

  17. Hello there, I'm just finding this channel today…thank you for saying it all as it is. If only more would tell the truth then perhaps many would stay and make the best of where they are. The roads are not paved with gold. Without connections, it can be soul destroying. Life in the West is very different – not necessarily better!

  18. some of the reasons people travel to the west especially from Nigeria is to secure their citizenship, after wards they return to their birth country. that's my own situation

  19. You've hit the nail on the head. As Fela said, "suffering and smiling". Its not the best mindset

  20. You are abosulately correct. Driving a car, road tax, mot repair. Proffessional body fee. Eg NMC.
    How about someone who smoke?. πŸ˜“πŸ˜“ reality is sad

  21. I lived in the U.K. for 5 years and left…thats an open prison. Besides high cost of living there is zero social life…and psychologically the institutionalised racism will put you in a psycho ward. Most want to come back to Africa but can not afford the flights.

  22. You’re such a blessing to my personal life.

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