Nigerians Prefer to Identify as Ghanaians Abroad, Man in Europe Makes Shocking Revelations about Life Overseas

Nigerians Prefer to Identify as Ghanaians Abroad, Man in Europe Makes Shocking Revelations about Life Overseas

- A Nigerian man currently in Europe has disclosed that people who go overseas from the country would rather be addressed as Ghanaians

- According to him, this is unconnected to the bad reputation of the country overseas

- He went on to highlight some normal happenings in Europe that make it a choice destination for persons seeking greener pastures

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A Nigerian scholar who is currently in Czech has stated that people who leave the country for abroad hate to be identified as a citizen of the West African country.

According to the man identified as Amah Jerry in an exclusive interview with Legit.ng, Nigerians prefer to be identified as Ghanaians. This, he arrived at following several interactions and observations with his countrymen abroad.

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Nigerians Prefer to Identify as Ghanaians Abroad, Man in Europe Makes Shocking Revelations about Life Overseas
Nigerians are not proud of their country abroad
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He said it may be as a result of the bad reputation of the country abroad. Amah, on an exchange programme in Czech Republic, lamented the infrastructural decay in the country that seems to be miles behind what is obtainable overseas.

The young student who had lived in Abia state slammed politicians in Nigeria for failing to replicate structures they enjoy when they go outside the country.

He mentioned that in Czech Republic, a person hit by a driver on a zebra crossing is compensated with the sum of N2 million, excluding medical bills, whereas in Nigeria the same cannot be said.

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a Nigerian man in Germany had advised his fellow countrymen to stay put in the country and invest their money as life overseas is hard.

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The man who gave his name only as Mr Forlan, told Legit.ng in an exclusive interview that abroad life seemed 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.

While revealing that he owns a farm in Nigeria that is cultivated and tilled by workers under his payroll, he stated that starting a business in Europe can be frustrating and if the paperwork for approval and takeoff does not deter you, the taxes will.

Source: Legit.ng

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