You are evil if you are abroad and telling people not to come - Nigerian man

You are evil if you are abroad and telling people not to come - Nigerian man

A Nigerian businessman has taken to social media to slam other Nigerians in diaspora who try to discourage people from travelling abroad.

It is no news that the rate of emigration in Nigeria continues to increase on a daily basis with different countries like Canada opening their doors for immigrant.

However, there are those who after migrating to other countries, advise Nigerians against it. For this set of people, Twitter user, Ikenna Ronald Nzimora, has some words.

He took to the platform to tag such people as evil, saying they are actually capable of murder.

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He wrote: "You are evil if you are abroad and telling people not to come, or dissuading people from seeking their own opportunities abroad also. In fact, evil does not begin to describe you. You can murder."

See his tweet below:

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Responding to another Twitter user who said she discourages people from travelling out illegally, he wrote: "Of course, I dissuade people from doing it illegitimately. But sitting pretty abroad and telling people not to come, because "it's cold", "it's expensive", "it's lonely", while you're there is being really silly, and that's putting it mildly."

See tweet below:

Just a while ago, a Nigerian lady, Jessica Ufuoma, was counting her blessings in the last few hours of December 31, 2019.

In her post, Ufuoma disclosed that her life changed forever when she moved out of Nigeria to Canada. She noted that she had felt she was living her best years while in her birth country but knew better after she relocated to Canada.

According to her, the quality of life in the foreign land is excellent as she rates it 100.

Meanwhile, had reported the story of the Economic and Financial Crime Commission former Twitter handler known for his savage responses, Fshaw, who left the agency and relocated abroad.

Fshaw in 2017 while abroad tweeted to God about buying his own house and on Tuesday, December 31, he announced on same Twitter that he bought a house in September of 2019.

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