“You Think Say You Dey Ibadan”: Nigerian Man Living in Canada Leaves Home Around 9 at Night, Shares Video
- An abroad-based Nigerian man has shared a video on TikTok showing what Canada looks like by 9 pm
- In the video, the atmosphere was bright, as if it was just 6 pm, and people were walking on the road
- The video has attracted lots of comments from netizens who admired the serenity of the environment and wished to visit soon
A Nigerian man who recently relocated to Canada has shared his experience in the country.
He shared a video via his TikTok account @isasanizanani to reveal what Canada looks like at 9 at night.
In the video, the street was not dark, and the time could be mistaken for 5 or 6 pm. Some people also moved on the road in the video.
While sharing the clip, the young man compared the country to Ibadan in Nigeria and expressed his happiness over the kind of weather in Canada
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This short clip attracted many reactions from netizens who wished to be there soon.
Social media reactions
"Visiting here soon in Jesus' name."
"Lol, this is called longer day and shorter night bro."
"Ibadan no be Nigeria."
"Road clear..no police no police."
"Omo Ibadan ni Canada."
"I was wondering when I was watching UK matches I notice the weather at 8 pm looks so different then I google there time in uk."
"My next destination in Jesus name."
"U don't know anything jare, it's happening everywhere both home and abroad, that's called longer day and shorter night Guy."
"Canada is boring freezing cold high taxes racism a terrible place to live and visit boycott."
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Nigerian man in Canada raises money to help students
Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that a Nigerian academic living in Canada has raised N1.3 million to assist Nigerian students wishing to study abroad.
The man named Dr Olumuyiwa Igbalajobi told Legit.ng that the money would go into financing students' international passports. This is against the background that some students who desire to study abroad find it hard to raise money to pay for their Nigerian passports. An international passport is one of the requirements for anyone wishing to travel out of Nigeria.
In a brief chat with Legit.ng, Dr Igbalajobi said the money raised through kind donors would be used to assist at least 100 students. According to him, the target amount is N3 million.