- A young man has praised Nigeria's relative ease of doing business after he left and relocated abroad
- Many people disagreed with him and said what he saw as ease here is the lack of structure that has plagued the system for long
- There were also people who argued that the man's reaction happened because he was coming from a place where everything goes
A Nigerian man with the social media handle @HonHazo has revealed that life back at home is much easier than where he relocated to.
In his post reshared by @instagblog9ja on Instagram, the man said after he left his country for Morocco, he came to several realisations.
It is easier in Nigeria
He stated that it is easier to earn a living in Nigeria. @HonHazo said that the reverse is the case in Morroco. According to him, setting up a business as common as a coffee shop could be so hard.
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Read his full post below (swipe):
Nigerians took to the comment section in their thousands to voice their opinions. As at the time of writing this report, the post has over 30,000 likes.
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"Because their system works! You can't take ur lawlessness to a country that upholds its law!"
"Then come back let another person go."
"Nigeria is actually is good country,our problem is bad government."
"They've organized their country, that's the difference."
"Relocating to a more organized place requires reorientation and preparedness."
"How you go leave Nigeria go Morocco."
I was rejected back home
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a young Nigerian man, Ifeanyi Obi, in a post on LinkedIn, shared one of his life experiences before he travelled out of the country.
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He revealed that between 2007 and 2008, he visited many federal ministries in the country to pitch his innovative idea but the efforts all proved abortive.
Ifeanyi added that one of the directors in a federal outfit told him that he was too young to realise his dream. Everything happened before the man travelled to Europe to study.
In his words:
“I sought for other opportunities abroad because of rejections at home. Some of us would want to do stuffs on home front for sure. But then....”