- A young Nigerian man in Dubai, Veron Uyai, has made a video asking people back home for help and money
- The man said that because of the bad characters of some Nigerians abroad, Dubai has stopped people of nationality from working
- Uyai revealed that he could no longer pay house rent and he has been out of jobs for many months in the foreign country
A young Nigerian man known as Veron Uyai online created a video, saying it is his SOS call. The man lamented that even though he is in Dubai, "Nigeria" has caught up with him.
Uyai said that for the past six months, he has not been working. The man went ahead to say that he was unable to pay his house rent for September.
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He wants to be deported
According to him, he wants to be deported, revealing that the restrictions against him as a Nigerian is too much.
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He stated that he does not blame the UAE government but unscrupulous Nigerians who have made the system strict. Uyai revealed that even getting deported also involves money.
Watch the video below:
Below are some of the reactions:
arayodeadedolapo offered help:
"and if you have money for tickets go to immigration office and take pass no arrest if you don't have police case before."
"Giving up is not an option bro.... God will see h through."
"Please if it is in your power, please help this man. And God will bless you."
"oo my God i just wish I could help you bro i know how difficult is your situation may God provide for you."
"which side of Dubai are u staying?"
"many of us are in the same situation like you,we are not save here again oo CID everywhere."
Men washed dirty plates in Dubai
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a short video shared on TikTok showed that many people who travel abroad work really hard to make money, even at jobs they would not do back home.
In the clip, men were in what looked like a restaurant's kitchen washing piles of plates. With aprons tied and nets worn on their heads, they got really busy with their tasks.
Some of them made small talk as they worked. All around them were dirty plates waiting to be cleaned.