6 Crucial Things You Must Do Before You Japa

OneHealth | Inside Life
November 9, 2021

You can’t deny the fact that leaving Nigeria a.k.a to japa, is definitely on your to-do list. But there are some crucial things you must do before you travel if you want peace of mind.

Here are six of them.

1. Ensure you are fit to travel

COVID-19 is not a respecter of persons. Before you shake your ass to board a plane, know your health status to determine if you are fit to travel. Thankfully, you can ditch queues and get tested from the comfort of your home with OneHealth. Book here now. You can also get self test Covid Kits with zero stress here.

2. Eat like a thief

You always complain eating the same thing day in day out in Nigeria. But once you japa, you’re going to miss the tatse of homemade Nigerian food. So eat all you can now.

3. Keep quiet about it

You don’t want to jinx your chances of finally escaping to the abroad. So don’t tell a single soul till you alright from the plane.

4. Cut ties with your village people

Get rid of whatever links them to you ASAP and keep the yourself free from the interference of village people your life.

5. Tattoo “Nigeria” on your back

If for whatever reason you need to remember where you are from, this will remind you.

6. Wash your head

This may be the last on the list, but it’s definitely not the least. Make sure you use a good soap to waah off all the suffer you suffered for nineteen years from your head.

We know you can’t wait to travel out and pepper your enemies. Just make sure you have a Covid self-test kit from OneHealth for when you expose yourself to all the enjoyment.

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