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Two years after leaving his N300k paying job to earn a better living in Canada, distressed man plans return; stirs Samklef’s reaction

A Nigerian man identified with the Twitter handle @Tweetoracle stirred up reactions on the micro-blogging platform after he shared a story of his friend who is planning to return back to Nigeria barely two years he resigned from a N350,000 monthly paid job to relocate to Canada for a better living.

Narrating the story, the man wrote, “I have a friend who was earning N350K in his job here in Nigeria and he left it all to journey abroad.

“Two yrs on, he keeps complaining with bitterness what a mistake that has been and how not easy life is abroad. He is planning to come back this year for good. Have a plan!”

In a swift reaction, Samklef Noni, a popular Nigerian music producer described the said man as a ‘lazy’ person.

Samklef wrote, “Ur friend is lazy. Lol.. job discrimination is the reason why a lot of people will remain poor. Common health care workers makes nothing less than $3k to $4K a month I have friends in it that makes $100k a month. He should go back.”

More Reactions Trail

@Maikk said, “Y’all think life is easy there, I was there in shoes, mehn I ran back owing to unreasonable bills!! Hard life! Naija is mostly manageable.”

@Lady J Marshall said, “Anyone who earns 350k in Naija is a big boy oh. Guys traveling abroad is not child’s play…you gotta be ready for a whole lotta bills.”

@Flawed entity said, “Which abroad ?? maybe it’s the akure own because my sister left for Canada 2 months ago to study,she is working as a waitress,if you know how much money she sends to us , to be Waiter go dey hungry you self 😒.”

@Prince4mic said, “Your friend is either lazy, live above his earning or Is lying to you to avoid billing.”


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