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Dear Young People, Please Watch This Before You Join the Long Queues at the American Embassy


Are you living comfortably in Nigeria but think you would have a greater life if you relocate to the US, this Nigerian-US citizen, DJ CITY is asking you to think about it carefully.

DJ CITY has been in the United States for the past 23 years and is quite familiar with how the country works.

According to her, against the belief of many, coming to America is not a guarantee for a better life. In fact, marrying a white man/ woman to become a citizen is still not a key to a great life.

She explained that many Nigerian youths are in the US wasting away because they were not armed with the knowledge of how things work in the country.

For her, it is better to make life worthwhile in Nigeria than come to the US with the belief that everything will turn out just fine.

“You don’t have an education, you will suffer in America. Even when you have an education, you have to plan yourself. America is not a country. It is a system, you better follow the rules or you get out. America is a hustle. Life is not easy anywhere in the world, its all about surviving.”

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  1. Olamide Adeyemi Fowode

    Olamide Adeyemi Fowode

    May 29, 2018 at 7:13 pm

    Akindele Adetolase

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