- A Nigerian man who returned from abroad has become a topic of discussion after his video was shared online
- It was gathered that the young man has been hustling in Europe for many years before he returned to Nigeria
- Sadly, after returning, he became a gambler and all efforts to trace the cause of his problem proved futile
A young Nigerian man has broken hearts with his condition after returning from Europe.
Sadly, he returned to Nigeria and became a gambler roaming the streets with no stable means of income.
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"Pray for him o. You will not believe this guy just came back from Europe."
Social media reactions
"May God deliver him & punish dat soul that put him in such condition."
"Guy try stop am ooo or e go carry you go back village and them go laf you."
"I pity those who don't believe in village people."
"I'll never gamble anymore I see shege."
"Can’t someone play bet again because he or she came back from abroad."
"People in abroad play bet more than you think."
"Addicted, one spirit that govern this and religion. Next ticket is my turn, all and prayers fasting en seed sowing is invalid next praying ground."
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Man who returned from abroad broke becomes millionaire
Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that a Nigerian man, Victor Iken, whose story went viral after he told Legit TV in an interview about how he returned from Libya broke, with nothing to show for his desperate journey, has had his life changed.
In a new exclusive video, the man could not hold back tears after Legit TV correspondent, Damilare Okunola, informed him that a kind man, Xolane Ndhlovu, founder and chairman of DafriGroup, sent him the sum of N1.5m. Mr Iken went straight on the floor and sat speechless, mumbling nothingness for some seconds in utter shock at what he just heard.
The Nigerian man raised one of his hands up in the sky and started praying to God, thanking him for life despite everything that he has been through. Still in tears, the man advised those who are considering travelling to Europe through the desert to desist from it. He said that they should rather save enough to get a visa, ticket, and travel by air.