Nigerian in diaspora gives reason why he cannot return to his country

Nigerian in diaspora gives reason why he cannot return to his country

- A Nigerian man in diaspora recently gave reasons why he cannot come back to the country

- The individual recounted his harrowing experience the last time he was in Nigeria

- According to him, he did not get a job at the PTI after he passed the required tests

A Nigerian man identified as @johnnetworq on microblogging platform Twitter recently rolled out reasons why he cannot consider coming back to Nigerians.

His narration became necessary after another Twitter user identified as Adamu Garba penned a short Twitter thread in which he urged Nigerians to stay and build their country, and urged those abroad to come back home.

Reacting to the post, @johnnetworq gave a personal account about his crippling experience in the country that eventually led to his relocation.

@johnnetwork narrated how he lost his father in 2000 and how his mum was laden with the responsibility of taking care of him. He said by 2005, he got admitted into the Petroleum Training Institute (PTI), graduated top of his class and worked with the department until it was time to depart for the National Youths Service Corps (NYSC) programme.

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See his posts below:

Narrating further, @johnnetworq shared how he returned from France to Nigeria and took a shot at the PTI when he heard that they were recruiting.

He said he had to fly to Abuja thrice to write the exams and eventually got qualified. However, despite getting qualified, @johnnetworq never got called to be interviewed.

@johnnetworq said he and a HOD that were at the PTI office witnessed other individuals from the north who never took the rigorous exams get interviewed, and eventually receive employment letters.

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More tweets below:

Concluding his post, @johnnetworq made it clear to Garba who inspired his narration to never suggest the idea of relocating to Nigeria again.

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Read the rest of his tweets below:

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Meanwhile, gathered the report of a Nigerian lady, Jessica Ufuoma, who counted 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. ( -> We have upgraded to serve you better

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