- A young man has got people talking on social media after he shared his opinion concerning places to move abroad
- @femia86 is of the opinion that Nigerians will not find Canada exciting like the life they are used to
- A lot of Nigerians have said that they are ready to live quiet lives and would leave regardless
The dream of quite a number of Nigerians is to eventually move out of the country and one of their top choices is Canada.
A young man identified as @femia86 took to Twitter to express his opinion concerning places Nigerians would find fitting to live in.
According to him, most Nigerians will not like Canada when they eventually get there because it is more boring than the UK.
"Most Nigerians won't like Canada when they go there. It's actually more boring than the UK.'
Check out the tweet below:
@femia86's tweet got people talking with mixed opinions and reactions.
Read some of the comments below:
"Pure facts. Canada is boring o. I would have said the same if I were to be in naija o. I would see WhatsApp status of my guys in naija and will almost cry. Last time I saw my guy who stays 8mins away from me was like 3 months ago. You don't know till you know."
"That's why they want to kill those of us in Nigeria with WhatsApp call. 2h 50m we still dey talk wetin no go comot money. Them go turn you to by force amebo because you have to feed them about family issues."
"It’s because of that boring we want to go there. Nigeria is already too exciting. I need me some nice smelling boredom."
"Oya, come and switch since it's obvious you aren't excited where you are."
"Thanks for the opinion. We need some boring in our lives as Nigerians. Boring is better than Inflation, death, kidnapping, and others."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian lady identified as Raufikat Oyawoye entered the history books in Canada as she emerged winner of the Season 4 edition of the Great Canadian Baking Show.
A Canada-based Nigerian named Tunde Omotoye had announced the historic feat on Twitter as he celebrated Raufikat.
Season 4 of The Great Canadian Show kicked off on February 14, 2021, with Raufikat crowned the winner on April 4, 2021, after 8 weeks of competition.