A Nigerian woman has come to the social space to wail over her life situation since she relocated to the United Kingdom.
The young woman, @onyinyeekene took to TikTok to complain about the job she found herself doing when she got to the UK.
According to her, she was a CEO in Nigeria but on getting to the UK, she had to take up the job of caring for elders.
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The lady who couldn’t believe finding herself in that situation as opposed to her being a CEO in Nigeria cried bitterly in the short clip she shared while tagging herself as a strong woman.
In the clip, pictures of her in tears were the kick-off, and then, several beautiful pictures of her followed.
@onyinyeekene added a text that read “CEO innija is now cleaning nyash in UK.”
Reactions: It’s a profession, be proud of it
While the young woman poured her heart out expecting netizens to sympathize with her, social media users shunned her, informing that if it was that bad then she can come back to Nigeria.
They added that there’s nothing to cry about but should infact be thankful for seeing a job that pays well.
@Bennie: I studied nyansh cleaning,abeg share link ??
@Joyous Joy: My dear b grateful oo . It’s better than where Ure coming from .
@naatiq lawal: My sister Abi u go try go bck to Nigeria ??
@favourunique: its a profession sis be proud of it.
@moyosoreonomeogun: abeg adopt me make I come clean Yash tooo, I like clean Yash pa pa????
@Kwaku Sarkcess: But making more money
@Obey: People dey fine shift u see work do u dey complain ??
@Tnbplayboy44: nah me force you go there
@saamu-update: come back home nas
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Nigerian man sells houses and car to relocate, gets stranded in the UK
Meanwhile, a viral video of a man who lamented bitterly about his relocation to the United Kingdom (UK) evoked mixed emotions.
The clip showed the man in a train station with all his baggage. According to him, his landlord sent him packing with all his belongings.
The man shared how he had sold his houses and car to pay the sum of N10m to a certain Mrs Olaitan. She had given him the false hope that there were jobs waiting for him in the UK.