- A Nigerian doctor, Adeola (Addy) Olubamiji, has narrated her struggle after relocating to Finland
- Adeola said she could not get any better job for more than four years while in the country
- According to the Nigerian, she had to think of a way out as she left Finland for a better place
A Nigerian doctor identified on Twitter as Adeola (Addy) Olubamiji has narrated her Finland experience as she advised people against travelling to the country.
In a tweet on Sunday, November 1, she said she worked as a cleaner for four years and five months because the authority would not give her a better job.
She confidently said her series of tweets could counter any other narrative about Finland being a good destination for Nigerians.
Adeola disclosed how she had to pack and leave the country. In telling people where they could travel to, she said Norway is a good place as there are oil and gas jobs.
The Nigerian doctor added that some of her friends she went to Finland together with had to get the county's citizenship and move back to the UK to work.
Adeola's thread has gathered many interactions on the platform. As at the time of writing this report, her post has over 2,000 likes with close to 1,500 retweets.
See her post below:
Below are some of the reactions her tweet got:
"Thank you for this. I planned on going for Masters in Finland, time to change plans then."
"Really? Finland Na one chance abroad? Please ma, what of Poland?"
"You don't have stop people from going to a particular country ma'am. Like I said we all have different luck when it comes to traveling."
"But what’s your exact reason, cos this is a generic point of view and might not apply to all?"
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that President Muhammadu Buhari said that the trend of Nigerians travelling abroad for treatment affects the country negatively and should be discouraged as soon as possible.
The president made this remark on Friday, January 3, through the minister of science and technology, Dr Ogbonnaya Onu.
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