- A Nigerian lady, Marina Iyeme-Eteng, has taken her success story to Twitter after she got her Canadian citizenship
- Marina said it gives her a great feeling to finally call Canada another home aside from Nigeria where she was born
- Nigerians thronged her comment section as many said they are working on migrating to the country soon
A Nigerian lady, Marina Iyeme-Eteng, has shared her successful immigrant story and people are celebrating her for it.
In a post on Wednesday, January 27, the lady said that she took an oath and officially became a Canadian citizen.
Marina said that she used to think that whenever she gets foreign citizenship, she will become less of a Nigerian, but the reverse was the case.
The woman went ahead to say she is happy to now have two countries that she can call home.
See her post below:
As at the time of writing this report, her post has gathered over 7,000 likes and more than 1,000 retweets. Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"Congrats Marina... Now you've got dual citizenship."
"Thanks for not cursing Nigeria. Success is yours always."
"Congratulations Sis happy for you and your family."
"Congratulations... Tapping into this Grace."
"I pray to be part of this country (Canada) one day have tried so hard but not working."
"Thank you not the ones that will go there and call Nigeria soon."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian man identified as Ayo Phillips has narrated how the sacrifice his parents made 20 years ago made him what he is today.
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In a Twitter post on Wednesday, January 27, Ayo said that his parents used their property to get a $1600 (N610,000) loan for his one-way ticket to America.
According to Ayo, his life has been transformed since then as he is now a co-owner of a big business in America with an opportunity to succeed beyond anybody's imagination.
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