A Nigerian man, Muyiwa, has celebrated moving to Canada on Twitter, saying he wrote IELTS five times
Muyiwa said he is done with the evil the country did to him while he was in Nigeria, a statement many disagreed with
There were also tweeps who congratulated him on his new feat and better life outside the country
A Nigerian man identified as Muyiwa set the whole of social media abuzz just as the country was about to begin a new year.
In a post on Wednesday, December 30, 2020, the man tweeted that he is happy to have finally left Nigeria for Canada.
He said the evil the country did to him is enough. The man attached photos showing him in the foreign country wearing a big smile. He revealed he wrote IELTS many times.
Muyiwa’s post generated many reactions on the platform as Nigerians had a lot to say about it and also his relocation.
As at the time of writing this report, his post has gathered over 52,000 likes with thousands of comments.
Leakblast.com compiled some of the reactions below:
“Congrats man. Remember to snap pictures of frozen cars and tea and ask us “Are you sure you want to come?”
“I beg to differ sir! There’s nothing evil about this country. By default Nigeria is blessed! The hardship suffering are all self-inflicted and in most cases occasioned by our imposed ‘rulers’ I wish u well and may you find fulfillment.”
“I am happy for him but he should know that there’s more to relocating to Canada. He will achieve whatever he sets his mind to but will limit himself if he continues to run Nigeria down. The work place will test is patriotism & vision. I wish joy. Welcome to Canada.”
“Welcome to Canada! I came in 2018, when I was hustling writing my IELTS, my friends told me it was a waste of time cos we all had good jobs at the time. Right now, they are still in the pool waiting to get in. write that exam now if you are serious!”
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