Nigerian Migrants To Europe
In a series of tweets, a young lady has narrated how she lived her life as a refugee after her parents fled their home country. The lady identified as Hamdia Ahmed said her parents fled to the United States due to civil war.
Chief Audu Ogbeh, the minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, has appealed for support from the European Union Mission to reduce the spate of youths migration to the union.
A Nigerian man named Oladipo Mark Babatunde is the only African man living in Yakutia, a part of Russia, whose capital city has been tagged the coldest place in the world. He migrated to this region to be with his wife.
The Catholic Archbishop of Abuja, Cardinal John Onaiyekan has lamented the continuous illegal migration of young Nigerians abroad despite several reported dangers that they face.
The High Commission of Canada to Nigeria has refuted the claims that the country’s Prime Minister Trudeau begged President Buhari to allow one million Nigerians enter Canada under a new Employment and Migration Programme.
A Nigerian lady shared a very disturbing post and video on Twitter. The lady named Iheanyi M. on the mini blogging platform warned Nigerians to stay away from seeking employment in a country called Kuwait.