7 Important Things To Do When You Finally Leave Nigeria

August 22, 2020

Japa is important, but letting other people know you have escaped slavery is importanter. So, when you finally leave this country called Nigeria, here’s a list of necessary things you must do.

1. Find a barbing salon and ask them to barb you gorimapa.

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Let new Canadian breeze blow on your head.

2. Remove your shoes and walk barefooted on the road.

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As you walk, mutter prayers, and don’t forget to say that this land will restore all your blessings that Nigeria has snatched from you.

3. Kiss the road.

Baby, you are NOW IN YOUR REAL MOTHERLAND!

4. Update your Twitter profile by adding Canada to your location.

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Anyone who tries to shame you, leave them. When they japa from Nigeria too, they can talk to you anyhow.

5. Look for a fine statue or anything that will signify foreignness and snap with it.

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Then post it on your Facebook. Caption it: “Home sweet home.”

6. Text your ex with your foreign number.

Their papa. Shey they thought you could not make it.

7. Whatever your social media name is, add the country to it.

So, Kayode become KayodeOfCanada. And Yetunde becomes Yetundeof Aberdeen. Who no know go know.


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