"I Will Go back": Nigerian Lady Sheds Tears in Touching Video, Says She's Tired of Working in Dubai

"I Will Go back": Nigerian Lady Sheds Tears in Touching Video, Says She's Tired of Working in Dubai

  • A young Nigerian lady abroad has taken to social media to pour out her frustration that was brought upon by her means of livelihood
  • According to the youth, she does not know how to tell her mother that she is tired of working in Dubai
  • Many social media users sent her well-wishes and encouraging words over her predicament in UAE

A Nigerian lady working in Dubai has lamented on social media that she is tired of working there.

In a TikTok clip believed to be taken at work, the lady cried on camera, wondering how she would tell her mother how she feels about the job.

Nigerian lady in Dubai
She wept over her job. Photo Credit: @kweenranty
Source: TikTok

Responding to netizens, she revealed that she has stayed in the United Arab Emirates for about four years. She, however, did not specify the kind of job she does.

Her TikTok clip blew up, with many netizens encouraging her not to give up. Some made her realise she was faring better than many who have been in Dubai for months without a job.

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Watch the video below:

Social media reactions

@user8328107030209 said:

"Don't cry in camera again sister u don't look good that way but may God help you."


"I feel you sis , Good things doesn't come easily . God will give you power to endure it."

@Gbadebo John said:

"Pẹ̀lẹ́ dear, we plenty for there ooo. Just manage till you finally made up your mind. God be with you."

@Ifadatty said:

"I tell her already even if she insist to remain calm and not give up,but i will go back."

@Adebaby said:

"Be grateful u have one some people have been same dubai with no jobs over 17months."

@Enitan Lexy said:

"Sorry dear , the lord is your strength and nevertheless give up , keep pushing."


"Sometime we all breakdown but it the getting up and moving on that matter love u queen.

"Sending u light out of the tunnel. it would be alright love."

Nigerian man in Dubai begs to be deported

Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a Nigerian man residing in Dubai had begged to be deported.

Uyai said that he had not had a job for the past six months. The man went ahead to say that he could not pay his house rent for September.

According to him, he wants to be deported, revealing that the restrictions against him as a Nigerian are too many.

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.

Source: Legit.ng

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