- A Nigerian lady who got a visa to Canada had sweet moments leading to her relocation to the foreign country
- Before packing her bags for the trip to Canada, she bought Nigerian foodstuffs and also changed her naira to dollars
- Nigerians who watched the moment she arrived in Canada hoped to have such a successful immigration story to tell
A Nigerian lady celebrated getting a Canadian visa and having the opportunity to relocate abroad for a better life.
Nigerian lady gets visa
Days before boarding an aeroplane at the airport, she changed her naira to dollars and showed the money off. She even had a Thanksgiving in church.
The lady danced on the road as she got to Canada. She revealed she got to the country at night. Many people congratulated her.
Watch the video below:
YEN.com.gh compiled some of the reactions below:
okeke Anthony said:
"I will use this sound one Day."
"Congratulations to us. They gave me and my family too. Canada here I come."
"Just 5mins in this app I don see 7 japa video, speak lord your servant is listening. I believe this will be me soon."
"Everybody don dey japa. Her bags plenty. Take us too abeg."
"God locate me this year I must surely use this sound amen."
"How una dey start someone help me too. I don get passport."
"I pray for God to open my travel doors so I’ll use this sound soon."
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"Congratulations. I tap in the blessings in Jesus mighty name Amen."
"Mine is on the way… I will leave by September!"
"I love this."
Arinze Anyiam said:
"Everybody for my fyp just de relocate de enter Canada congratulations you all."
Nigerian family buys house in UK
In other news, a man who packed his family to the UK succeeded, and the family was able to get their own house.
While celebrating the new home, they shared wine and posed in front of the beautiful building.
Ghanaian lady lands job in Canada with no experience
Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh reported that a young Ghanaian who travelled to Canada got a job two months after arriving.
Edufia Abla said she did not get a job immediately she arrived because she wanted to take her time.
"It is very easy to get a job here. You can land here today and get a job tomorrow. It took me six months because I wanted to be patient. I got a job as an invigilator, and I make $15 per hour," she said.
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