Reactions as Family Cry out that Their Son They Sold Land to Send Abroad Does Not Send Money

Reactions as Family Cry out that Their Son They Sold Land to Send Abroad Does Not Send Money

  • A Nigerian family has lamented that their son who was sponsored overseas has refused to send money
  • A lady, who complained bitterly, said her brother always came up with excuses each time he was pestered about sending them money
  • She narrated how they contributed money as a family and sold their land to fund his emigration

A Nigerian lady has accused her brother overseas of neglecting the family despite all they did for him.

Precious Ubani, a TikTok user, read out the lady's lamentation which was on behalf of the family.

Mixed reactions as family criticise son they sent abroad of not giving them money
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She said she took out money from her business and that they sold the family land to support his trip.

The unidentified lady said it has been two years now and yet he has refused to heed their appeals.

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She compared him with others abroad who send money to their loved ones, unlike hers who just posts pictures online.

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Internet users share their thoughts on the family story

Auscar said:

"They should try to give him chance two years it’s not a big deal I brought this really difficult when you don’t have someone to help you through."

Zainab Oyebola said:

"UK is not for d weak, most people send money home immediately dy get here I don’t no wat to say to them."

Tricia said:

"The minute you lve the country families think automatically you have made outside the country is tough."

Noella JR said:

"You people don’t know what he is going through in the UK. Don’t compare him with anyone are there not pp age bk home that are better than u."

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"Everybody is not d same, but he should tell you guys d truth, 2years he would have at least get something for d house."

kingdomcanada said:

"Just two years imagine them frustrating there brother in abroad."

Nigerian man returns home after 30 years abroad empty-handed

Meanwhile, previously reported that a man had narrated how he returned to Nigeria with nothing.

Pastor Joseph Ibironke said he moved to the UK around 1983/1984 in search of the proverbial greener pastures.

He left his job at Union Bank to look for a better life in the UK, where he lived for nine years. He told his story:

"I left Nigeria in the 1980s. If memory serves me right, I was in my 30s when I left Nigeria, and that should be between 1983 and 1984."


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