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1. Garri helped to pay some of my bills in school - University Graduate
Edu is a 22-year-old Mass Communication Graduate of Caritas University who lives with her family in Ugep, Cross River State. She works with her mother on the cassava farm and fries garri when they're done working on the farm. After her search for formal employments hit the rocks, she decided to stay put with her mother to keep frying garri since it was also part of what her family used in paying her bills when she was in school. She dreams of becoming a broadcaster and an actor in the nearest future.
My trafficker lied to my parents that I was in Saudi when I was already in Nigeria - Young returnee speaks
2. My trafficker lied to my parents that I was in Saudi when I was already in Nigeria
"My mother sold her land, my father sold his bicycle and I also sold some items that I could lay my hands on so that I could make the trip to Saudi Arabia," 25-year-old Taiwo Barakat said, as she explains her ordeal to Legit TV's Damilare Okunola. The resident of Ikenne in Ogun state is among some of the Nigerians who returned to the country after being rescued as victims of human trafficking. Since her return in 2019, she has returned to her hairdressing business which she was doing before the unfortunate incident.
3. Don’t travel with clothes, carry food instead - Nigerians abroad speak on survival
If you’ve ever wondered how Nigerians living in the diaspora get by without having cheap access to Nigerian food, then you will enjoy this latest episode of Nigerians and the Diaspora. Speaking with Abisola Alawode, Nigerians from all over the world explained that getting ‘normal’ Nigerian food is expensive compared to how much they cost back home.
4. I met my husband at a leather factory - Female shoe maker
Mofe Etenabe is an entrepreneur who is doing well in a male-dominated field. The graduate of microbiology said that she has no regret venturing into shoe making as she is living her dream life. Interestingly, she met her husband at a leather factory, and together, they have formed a formidable force in the shoe making industry. They are the only couple in the trade in Nigeria.
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