7 Ways To Get To Canada Without Visa

December 12, 2020

If you’re like me, you probably have it in the goals you wrote at the beginning of they year that you want to move to Canada before 2020 runs out. If you’re still in Nigeria, don’t be too hard on yourself. It was a really tough year.

There’s still about 19 days left though, so you have the opportunity to end the year on a high note. Follow the instructions in this article and we’ll show you how to be in Canada before the year runs out.

1. Enter bus to Benin

Just get to Benin first and tell the first person you see that you want to get to Canada. They’ll know what to do from there.

2. Photoshop yourself in Canada

Look at this guy and tell me with your chest that he’s not in Canada.

3. Change your profile location to Canada

If you believe it enough, who’s stopping you. Those people that have Canada on their Twitter bios, who told you they are physically in Canada? My sister, jazz up.

4. Go with a ride-hailing service

Many people don’t know this, but if you plot Canada on your Uber app, you’ll actually see a fare estimate. The question is: do you have the money? You might also need some cash to bribe all the immigration people along the way.

5. There’s Ontario in Abuja

Don’t dull. The Ontario in Canada and the Ontario in Abuja, there’s no difference.

6. There’s another whole Canada in Abuja

No wonder Abuja people never want anybody to come to their city. So this is what they have. Ontario AND Canada. My brother, book your flight to Abuja now!!

7. Hide under a plane

This one is dangerous, but it’s high risk, high reward. The people in the airports, they don’t check all the parts of the plane before take-off. So try your luck. If they catch you, try again the next day (or when you come out of prison).


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