Relocation: 6 Months after Moving to UK, Nigerian Lady Breaks Silence, Shares Beautiful Experience

Relocation: 6 Months after Moving to UK, Nigerian Lady Breaks Silence, Shares Beautiful Experience

  • A Nigerian lady in the diaspora has said she has no regrets about relocating to the United Kingdom
  • She reminisced on her six months in the foreign land and admitted the journey has not been easy
  • The lady opened up about some fascinating things she learnt over the months and wished she had relocated earlier

Esther Chukwu, a Nigerian woman who moved to the UK six months ago, has celebrated the anniversary of her move on Facebook.

Esther shared the first pictures she took in the UK and had posted on social media at a time when she was clueless about life overseas.

Nigerian lady who moved to UK 6 months ago shares her experiences, says she has no regrets
Esther Chukwu said she has no regrets about relocating to the UK. Photo Credit: Esther Chukwu, Travelling Light
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"These were the very first pictures I took in the UK, just around the Airbnb I stayed. I was searching for an apartment then and was still clueless about a lot of things.

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"I was an absolute JJC but then I made a post that I just relocated to the UK and got great advice and assistance from amazing people on my list and even strangers who just got to know me from the post I made," she wrote.

Esther has no regrets about relocating

While admitting that it has not been easy in the UK, Esther stated that she wished she had done it earlier and has no regrets about her relocation move.

Over the past six months, Esther has discovered beautiful places in the UK and experiences she won't trade for anything. She added that every day is an adventure.

People hailed Esther Chukwu

Loveth Nkechinyere Omeh said:

"Keep soaring higher coach.
"The sky is your starting point."

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Okoli UG Daniel said:

"6 months with awesome and Incredible experience... i will surely witness greatness."

Sirius Sbm said:

"The God that do it for you will it for me too."

Ike Chinedu said:

"You have achieved in 6 months what some achieved in 4 years.
"Your relocation is a blessing to you and humanity.

Viéla Efik said:

"Congratulations dearie .
"I love this!"

Philomina Agwu said:

"Congratulations dear, l will soon join you."

Emmason E-mac said:

"If one wants to relocate there, what do I need to do and process?" reported that a Nigerian nurse had shared her emotional journey of relocating to the UK.

Lady in UK shares lessons she learnt

Meanwhile, previously reported that a Nigerian lady had shared the lessons she learnt a year after moving to the UK.

She revealed that substantial financial resources are essential for a complete adjustment to UK living, noting the direct correlation between wealth and ease of adaptation.

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The lady shared her opinion about British and Nigerian cuisines, saying the former pales in comparison to the latter. In the TikTok video shared on @ririliving's page, she noted that Nigerian expatriates may face significant culinary challenges in the UK.

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