- A Nigerian man living in Italy says he and others have not had water for about 24 hours
- According to him, the place resembles Africa as it was a tanker that supplied them with water
- But some Nigerians quickly sent a reply to him, asking him to come back home if he was tired
A young Nigerian man has been asked to come back home and fetch water if there is none in Italy where he resides. Others asked him to come back to Nigeria if Italy is no longer favourable.
The pieces of advice came after the man was seen in a video clip, complaining of water scarcity in Italy where he is a resident.
According to what he said in the video, there has been water scarcity in his area for the past 24 hours. He said they had to receive water supplies from a tanker.
Italy resembles Africa
The situation, according to the man, all made Italy look like Africa. His words:
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"Italy! No water. You don see am now. Na tanker come bring water for us. E come be like say na Africa we dey. Italy city. You don see am now. Dem come bring water come. We no get water for house since yesterday. You see wetin dey happen."
When the video clip was shared on Instagram by @gossipmillnaija. Some of the comments are captured below:
"Nnaa come back home."
"Italy is still the goal, it still better than Nigeria economy."
"Travel legally Oga, that’s a refugee camp, you should be grateful they even brought for you!!"
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According to the younger Fayose, the money goes to home upkeep, payment of staff at his warehouse, and other expenses.
But many Nigerians who saw his claims on social media did not believe him. Some asked him to return to Nigeria if he was no longer able to cope abroad.