“I Can’t Live in This Country, Faaji No Dey Here”: Verydarkblackman Compares Nigeria to UK

“I Can’t Live in This Country, Faaji No Dey Here”: Verydarkblackman Compares Nigeria to UK

  • Verydarkman has said life in the UK is quite different from what it is in Nigeria as he complains about how people live over there
  • The social critic, who has been in London for a couple of days, added that it is a lonely world over there
  • He made comparison on how people enjoy based on his contact with a lady whom he had fun with for some hours

Social media critic Martin Vincent Otse better known as Verydarkman has said that he cannot live in the UK.

He stated this while comparing living abroad with Nigeria.

Legit.ng earlier reported that Verydarkblackman was seen abroad with Davido. He also took some pictures with singer turned blogger, Tunde Ednut.

In the video, he said life abroad is very boring and lonely to live in. The critic claimed people abroad are not living a good life compared to Nigerians.

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Verydarkblackman says he can't live abroad.
Verydarkblackman says he can't live abroad. Photo credit @verydarkblackman
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Verydarkblackman says they love working abroad

In the recording, Verydarkblackman mentioned that many people work multiple hours and lack time to relax.

According to the controversial critic, the only reason people should live over there is because of the facilities they would enjoy.

Verydarkblackman says government should fix Nigeria

The TikToker stated that the government should provide good roads and facilities in Nigeria so that people can enjoy the country well.

See the clip here:

How fans reacted to Verydarkblackman's video

Netizens have reacted to the video of Verydarkblackman. Here are some of the comments below:


"Now you can see some of the reasons why a good number of Nigerians are very poor? Too much time to play and no work. A society that thrives on hardwork provides no time for cruise. Again, a man who earns a million naira a month in Nigeria can keep multiple women and still sustain."

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"I don't understand why u includ3d your fun time. You could have made your point without telling us you had. Is it your first time?"


"UK and Shift ma 5&6."


"For a country to develop, people have to work. In Nigeria, some civil servants do nothing at work and they collect pay by month end and you wonder why the country is bad? I'll always say this, the Nigerian structure makes most people in Nigeria lazy. People pray and hope."


"How do you expect an unstructured country like Nigeria not to be fun? Disorganisation breeds spontaneity, and subsequently, fun - Nigeria in a nutshell. A country where over half of the population is unemployed will surely have the time to horse about."


"You see, that’s the problem with Nigerians, they spend two days in a location and they’re already starting a podcast. You think say na Wuse you dey."

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"Why do you people only know people taking shifts? a lot of us are 9-5ers too."


"Nobody needs this information fam."


"So u don have fin over there."


"Nobody visits anyone cos everyone is busy with shifts and when you don’t have shift you just wanna rest and recharge."

Verydarkman calls out Charly Boy

Legit.ng also reported that Verydarkblackman called out Charly Boy over a post he made about a protest.

Charly Boy had warned his fans that Obedient should not join any protest and leave it to the Yoruba's who voted for President Bola Tinubu.

In response, the social critic criticised Chary Boy, labeling him as a grandfather of over 70. He questioned what Chary Boy had accomplished during his active years as a youth.

Source: Legit.ng

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