- A Nigerian lady, Joy Osazuwa, has told people what to do when they are seeking to study in Canada
- Joy revealed that it is always a good move to relocate to the UK first and come into the country from there
- Many people who engaged her on Twitter wanted to know more, asking her how she could help with other tips
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A Nigerian lady living in Canada, Joy Osazuwa, has revealed a core reason why people are rejected for study visas in the foreign country.
In a tweet on Tuesday, March 2, the lady pinned it on people's inability to state their purpose of the study.
Joy went ahead to say that it could be avoided if the applicant goes to the UK instead and begin their studies there.
She stated that if the person is still interested in coming to Canada, they would find it easy moving from that new location.
See her tweet below:
Her submission has attracted a lot of comments from people, with tweeps asking various questions.
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"I heard UK always insist you go back to your country while you can stay in Canada for two years and their tax rate is ridiculous.
"But UK schools are so expensive, in Canada we can get really cheap schools with very good education."
"I am currently studying in the UK and intend transitioning to Canada, how can we have a discussion around this ma?"
"I have 5 offers in the UK already. The pic u painted is my planned route. Although the money is much but I will get it done. I'll appreciate any assistance though. Thank you. Bradford, Huddersfield, Swansea, Teeside, Birmingham City, Anglia Ruskin are waiting for my acceptance."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian man identified as Adeniyi now has every cause to celebrate after he got his dream job with a Canadian digital agency.
In a post on Monday, March 1, the man said that though he will be working remotely from Nigeria, he someday hopes to relocate to the country.
Many joined in celebrating his massive win as people said they wish they had the same blessing as his. There were those who also offered prayers, adding that his wish to become a resident of Canada will also soon become a reality.
Joseph Omotayo writes for the human interest desk at Legit.ng. He graduated from Obafemi Awolowo University with a degree in Literature in English. He loves basketball and books. He tweets @omotayome.