"You Can Earn N1.9M Per Month in UK": Nigerian Man Living Abroad Reveals High-paying Jobs in Britain
- A young man living abroad has opened up about how much one can earn working as an artisan in the UK
- According to the man named Toyyib Adewale Adelodun, it is possible to earn about N1.9 million per month
- He said such a salary is possible if one works as a plumber, electrician, carpenter, or bricklayer and gets paid about N9,500 per hour
A Nigerian man living in the UK has said it is possible to earn N1.9 million per month over there.
According to the man named Toyyib Adewale Adelodun, such salaries can be earned by plumbers, electricians, carpenters, and bricklayers.
On how he arrived at the big pay, Adelodun said there is money in the UK if one can work hard and gain the required experience.
He said artisans such as the one mentioned earn 20 pounds per hour, an equivalent of about N9,500.
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There's money in the UK
He said in the now-viral tweet:
"I have read threads about UK salaries and all I can say with empirical evidence is that there is money in UK construction.
"If you are willing to work hard and gain experience. Experienced carpenters/electricians/plumbers/bricklayers are on like £20/hr b4 tax. That's £4,000 a month!"
He said it could be better to earn money getting dirty instead of wearing big suits in big offices in the UK.
See the tweet below:
Nigerians react to Adelodun
"I am a bricklayer, money to japa is about 2 to 4m. Hmmmm! Well. Help me God."
"'Before tax'. Very important. What will be left after tax??? What about rent, loans, Children school fees etc? Not easy."
"I'm a plumber, how do I get a plumbing job in the UK."
"What am I doing in Nigeria with this my technical knowledge in Electrical UPS Power."
Nigerian man becomes a farm worker in Europe
In a similar story, Legit.ng also reported that a Nigerian man became a farm worker when he got to Europe.
A viral video showed the young man working inside a large farm.
Nigerians back home reacted to the video by saying he would be well paid.