If You’re Always Complaining About Nigeria, Stop! We’re Here To Tell You Why
November 8, 2018
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The subject of today’s Abroad Life is a 22-year-old man who left university in Nigeria for Cyprus in 2019. He talks about how his friends moved on, loneliness that almost made him depressed, and why he’s not moving back to Nigeria despite the fraud culture and pressure to be rich in Cyprus. When did you […]
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