- A Nigerian man in Canada has made a funny video, saying he bought a new model of Hyundai car abroad
- The young man said that if he had bought the same vehicle in Nigeria, many security agencies will be after him
- The Canadian resident's video stirred mixed reactions as some people argued that not everything he said is entirely true
A young Nigerian man living in Canada has in a video showed off the 2022 Hyundai Elantra car he bought.
He jokingly said that if he had bought the same car in Nigeria, security agencies like the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) and National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) would be on his case.
Many security agencies would have been after me
To make his video more hilarious, he said that the soldiers and IG squad among many others would have come looking for him. The man noted that the country needs to do better as not all rich people are into fraud.
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Nigerians who took to the comment section praised him for living in a country that has better opportunities.
Watch the video below:
Mixed reaction to his video
At the time of writing this report, the video has gathered over 200 comments with more than 7,000 likes.
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
"But if na illegal way you take buy am for abroad, them go find you sharpaly."
"Nigeria with problems, much love."
"Seems like you stay in my province."
"Them go even brack into your house self."
Hummel Howard said:
"OPC self for don kon find you."
Dodo Mayana said:
"Bros nah lie, I drive of those living in Ojo, Lagos. Bros try come home these days."
"True talk bro….. congratulations more blessings."
"Chail ahh, for just one car."
"my brother we dey suffer here oo."
"Oga na true you talk oo but you forget say some boys the drive highest and most expensive car in the world."
Living in Nigeria is cheap
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a white tourist and adventurer, Chris, in a video on his TikTok page showed how Nigeria is a very economical place to live in.
In the viral clip, the man showed a trader peeling a pineapple and said that the fruit only cost N500 in Lagos state compared to Paris where the same goes for €6 (N2,675.09).
He stated that everything is cheaper in the country and he would rather live in Nigeria than in Paris.