It’s Also Not Easy in Europe, Don’t Relocate if You’re Established in Nigeria: Oyinbo Lady Reveals in Video

It’s Also Not Easy in Europe, Don’t Relocate if You’re Established in Nigeria: Oyinbo Lady Reveals in Video

  • A young white lady, Natalia Mufutau, has said that staying and working in Europe is not easy as one could be distracted
  • Natalia advised Nigerians who are already established in the country not to relocate abroad for greener pastures
  • The lady who is married to a Nigerian man said that there are many things to look forward to in the country despite its present challenges

Natalia Mufutau, a white lady married to a Nigerian man has spoken about the issue of relocating abroad and advised Nigerians.

In an exclusive interview with's Abisola Alawode, the woman said that though the country is battling with many challenges, there are still good things in the nation.

Natalia Mufutau and husband
Natalia Mufutau is married to a Nigerian man. Photo source: @yoruba_pikin
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Don't travel if you're already doing well

Natalia added that things are not even as easy in Europe as people think. According to her, it is so easy to get distracted over there. The woman mentioned Nigerians who excelled in Europe because they were focused.

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Speaking further, she stated that people who are doing well in Nigeria need not travel anymore.

“Trust me, there are things you can still do in Nigeria. Europe is not gold, America is not gold. People are working hard everywhere. If you are established well in Nigeria, don’t travel outside of Nigeria.”

The lady added that if she were to put herself in a Nigerian's shoes, she would only move abroad to get an education.

My experience on the island

For Nigerians who want to relocate abroad and come back, the white woman advised that it is important to get a foreign passport before retiring home because of the privileges that come with it.

Narrating her experience staying in Nigeria, she stated that people are suffering. She added that what people are wasting on the island are things some long for on the mainland.

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Below are some of the reactions:

EtinMan EA said:

"If Abroad is not good, why is you and your husband still living Abroad?"

Vicentio Onyee said:

"I disagree with you, do you know how we suffer to earn a living in Nigeria, you first settle police and efcc since to be a young man with a good reason it's a crime."

Lanre A. Bakare said:

"The system in Nigeria targets ordinary people from surviving. It's easier said than done. The threat of security is a nightmare. The police as the main civil security agency are forceful in all their approaches. The national construct is the worst on earth."

Johnson Ugo said:

"The situation is complicated and you see people suffering and you advise them to stay back. No one will leave if they are established. People leave because they are not established."

Lady narrated horrible encounters abroad

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Meanwhile, earlier reported that a young Nigerian lady, Aishat Ganiyu, narrated her experience travelling to Mali.

She said she made the trip because she thought the value of money there will be bigger. Aishat stated that it was when she got to Mali that the people who facilitated her trip revealed that she will be working as a prostitute.

The lady refused, saying that the job she left behind in Lagos was better than the option. According to her, they said she could not return to Nigeria even if she wanted to.


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