Don’t Travel with Clothes, Pack Lots of Foods Instead: Nigerians Abroad Speak on Survival

Don’t Travel with Clothes, Pack Lots of Foods Instead: Nigerians Abroad Speak on Survival

- A Nigerian woman living in Germany has given a piece of advice to those intending to travel abroad

- The woman said instead of travelling with clothes, people should travel with lots of Nigerian foods because getting them abroad is difficult

- Other Nigerians who spoke to Legit TV said there are local foods abroad but they are expensive

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A Nigerian woman in the diaspora has advised people intending to travel abroad to ensure that they pack lots of foods instead of clothes.

Speaking with Legit TV, the woman who is based in Germany said people don't need to pack clothes because they won't wear most of the clothes abroad.

Don’t Travel with Clothes, Pack Lots of Foods Instead: Nigerians Abroad Speak on Survival
Nigerians living in the diaspora share their experiences with Legit TV.
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Another Nigerian in the diaspora simply identified as Jide said he eats Nigerian foods a lot in Washington DC, United States, where he currently resides.

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According to him, things are expensive abroad and their prices are non-negotiable.

Talking about the Nigerian food he enjoys eating, he said:

"Bros, I like eba. Eba and efo riro. My friends are aware that they will definitely eat when they come to his house."

A Nigerian man who lives in Norway also shared his experience in the diaspora. He said he has been eating Nigerian food since he got to Norway.

According to him, Nigerian foods are expensive but Norwegian foods are more expensive.

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In other news, a Nigerian man in the European country of Germany issued a stern warning to other Nigerians nursing the desire to leave the shores of the country that life over there is not all that it seems.

The man who gave his name only as Forlan, told Legit.ng in an exclusive interview that living abroad is very hard and seems to be only designed for the benefit of indigenes and nationals of the country, not migrants.

Forlan who has lived in Germany for some years said that European life is in sharp contrast to what is depicted on TV and the media and that it takes hard labour for one to succeed there.

Source: Legit.ng News

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