"I Suffered": Man Laments Bitterly, Says His Parents Shipped Him from Abroad To Nigeria

"I Suffered": Man Laments Bitterly, Says His Parents Shipped Him from Abroad To Nigeria

  • A young Nigerian man has narrated how his parents sent him from abroad to Ijebu Ode twice for him to spend some time there
  • According to him, he was first sent to Nigeria by his parents in 2010 and the second time was 2012
  • Joshua is furious that he was not even sent to Lagos or Abeokuta, the capital of Ogun state but was shipped to an interior village

A Nigerian man identified as Joshua on TikTok is full of bitterness because his parents shipped him to Nigeria to suffer twice in 2010 and 2012.

He said he was sent back from abroad to Ijebu Ode, Ogun state, where he spent 7 years, 2010 to 2011 and then 2012 to 2018.

Photos of black man from Nigeria lamenting being shipped to Ijebu Ode from abroad.
Man from Nigeria who was sent from abroad to Ijebu Ode, Ogun state by his parents. Photo credit: TikTok/@joshuagadget.
Source: UGC

According to the young man, this action by his parents made him suffer a lot, but he did not mention why he was sent to Nigeria.

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Joshua's anger mostly stems from the fact that he was not even shipped to Lagos or Abeokuta, the Ogun state capital, but to an interior village.

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The man lamented that he suffered during the time. But netizens have descended on him, asking if he is better than those living in the village.

Watch the video below:

Social media reactions to video of man shipped from abroad to Nigeria

@learnyorubaeasily commented:

"Why are you whispering it? Say it louder let your parents hear it so they can ship you again."

@fejize_ said:

"Imagine sending them to Nigeria as a punishment, meanwhile we live here every day of our life."

@centvickky commented:

"Bringing up kids over here is not easy because it is totally different from parenting back home, if my kids over do I go send them to Akure."

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@liveluvejess said:

"Are you better than the people living in the villages? I support your parent's decision."


"Probably they did that because he was into the Gan lifestyle and parents didn't want their child to die young."

Oyinbo man visits Nigeria, enjoys himself in Lagos

Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that an Oyinbo man visited Nigeria and said the country wasn't as dangerous as portrayed in the media.

The man was seen chilling at the Elegushi Beach Lagos with some locals.

He would later visit a local restaurant where he ate Nigerian Jollof rice.

Source: Legit.ng

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