- A Nigerian medical doctor has shared his present photo after he left Nigeria for the United Kingdom
- Many people who were amazed by his glaring physical change said the weather in the UK must be a good one
- There were others in his comment section who also shared photos of how they look after migrating abroad.
A Nigerian man with the Twitter handle @wakawaka_doctor has joined the trending "the day I left vs now" challenge on the bird app.
On Wednesday, March 3, the man whose coordinates reveal he is now in the UK shared a throwback photo of him when he was at the airport and about relocating.
The second photo has him looking all dapper with fuller hair and a wide smile, wearing a black coat and winter gloves of the same colour.
See his post below:
Many people who were amazed by his transformation said they would also work on relocating as a way to improve their lives.
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YEN.com.gh compiled some of the reactions below:
"Nah person wey offend God he dey send come Nigeria.... Once your USA or CANADA visa is approved, Just know God has forgiven you."
"Shey you people have one specific cream y'all use when una travel ni? Because the skintone will sha change! Always dark to light never light to dark."
"Oboy see the aba suit.....thank God for grace o."
"Oh God of leaving Nigeria....you have done it for others...do it for me biko."
"The difference between the picture quality of our country Nigeria and that of Yankee is so alarming. Same phone you're using here, once you travel out boom, everything dun change."
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that two friends seem to have shown that friendship is all about helping each other to achieve mutual goals.
In a Twitter post on Tuesday, March 2, one of the friends with the handle @No4troublemaker shared a throwback photo of when they were students at the University of Benin (UNIBEN).
The second snap showed them in Munich, Germany several years later. What is obvious in both photographs was how their skins went from being black to fair, making them look all fresh.