Moving abroad from Nigeria ? – The untold truth // SAY IT LIKE IT IS – Ep 02


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26 COMMENTS

  1. Simple Pump and clear helpful information to our people. Abeg make Una listen woo. Many of us appreciate your honesty in educating the public. Thanks Abdul ‘Omo 9ja -USA

  2. With the pressure of bills, work and way of life abroad ; it takes extreme hard work, sacrifice, discipline and grace for a family of 4 ( husband, wife and 2 kids ) to survive, more reason most marriages crash within months……Financial pressure from friends and families back home is an added calamity. Accommodating visiting families without documentation is to say the least committing suicide.

  3. There are people here in the usa on the wrong Visa
    They are scrambling to marry someone
    But don't even have papers for a job. So you expect your wife to carry your finances and immigration issues
    Rubbish

  4. Sir, pls i sent you an email you haven't replied to or let me say it cuz am worried about this
    Sir pls..am a young boy from a very poor background here in Nigeria but want a better life for myself and my family especially my mother, i want to make her happy but i only have the money for my visa and flight ticket to canada and a little money to pay for rent for only one month….and am actually gonna save for three years, do u think that is reasonable and worth it?…
    I want you to really take me as your little bro and tell me the truth without sugarcoating anything for me…should i make the attempt to travel to canada or stay and study here in nigeria where lot's of graduate are unemployed…..thanks, looking forward to ur reply sir…

  5. I advise people, if you can't go through student visa, then try to get a resident permit and a job before bringing your family….. And make sure you built a house, have lands and own a business that pays you back home before migrating……

  6. @12:45+ 🗣🗣🗣 Listen people Folks have a time limit on how long you can live with them. Yep, even family. Hurricane KaTrina really helped me make rules & boundaries up front so everyone is on the same page.

  7. As an Black American traveling through the EU showed me all of what Mr. Phrankleen is talking about. I may be ADOS, but I do try to warn everyone… Y’all know America ain’t what you think it is? I’m happy to show anyone what I mean with tours of the places WHERE THE STRUGGLE AT.

  8. Where is the lie tho??? You’re 💯 spot on. I’ve only been here 5mins and I’m tired of explaining that what you watch on TV is not the reality in the UK. We are not picking money on the streets🥺

  9. The American system strip you from everything tangible for mundane artificial lifestyle that is stressful. These countries lear people from their countries they labeled as poor but are really not because Africans and other indigenous people didn't claimed land because they migrated and believed the land was for everyone, so they did not put value on land and resources, their was no such thing as money, they traded with each other (bartered)  and they lived with and respected nature and did not over consume they live like how other animals live, hunt when they need to. Under the indigenous system or way of life things was much better compare to now with all the wastefullness. They say these people are poor but that's not true, food was everywhere until now you need money to buy food that manufactured in from around the world. We can all break out of this system we are enslaving ourselves we don't really need money it's a fake construction that is about individualism. This system makes our lives stressful, lonely and unhappy yet still people are afraid to break from it because they are dependent.  It's not just an African thing, we are all in it, just entered in it differently. My father left a good job, nice houses to come to America to struggle.

  10. THIS I FORMATION IS SO RICH TO THE SOUL OF KNOWLEDGE AND FACTS… I SEE YOU HAVE THUMBS DOWN BUT IT'S OBVIOUS THEY DON'T UNDERSTAND OR BELIEVE IT… I GET IT, YOUR TELLING EVEN THE MOST "ELITE" TO MAKE WISE DECISIONS AND BE READY FOR THE UNEXPECTED… MY PLANS ARE REVERSE TO NIGERIA BUT THAT INFORMATION I CAN STILL UTILIZE… SO THANK YOU👍🏾
    I'M NIGERAN, IGBO from the Enugu State by way of my Grandmother…
    🙏🏾🖤🙏🏾

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