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Fully loaded: Nigerian lady relocates to Canada with plenty foodstuff

A Nigerian lady, who relocated to Canada showcased the indigenous foodstuffs she relocated with.

In the video she shared online, she showed off food items like stock fish, dried pepper, poundo yam, tomato paste, and milk

This has stirred many reactions online as her unpacking video has wowed many Nigerians.

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She mentioned that the special box which she used to pack the foodstuffs was made for her by her mum.

Everything is allowed

The lady who used the handle, @iam_chloey mentioned that she was a huge fan of Naija food.

The surprising thing was that she did not only take food, she also packed games like Ludo and WHOT, and malaria drugs too.

Reactions: Nigerian life in Canada

The video of the lady stirred many reactions online. See some below:

@fave_amber: I’m saving this video for when I’ll leave Nigeria ? so I won’t miss anything on the list.

@erico_tan12: Hmm, so you want to practically continue Nigerian life in Canada. Na only weather go change, d food & everything is d same.

@kolorelacha: Just kuku open restaurant!! You did well??

@midey_5: You no carry out almighty Garri, you get mind o.

@ethan12a: I did not know there was a pepper call Cameroon pepper.

@iam__chloey

My mum made me a box. She called it “going to your husbands house” box. What is entering your eye ??. #fypシ #nigeriantiktok?? #africantiktok

♬ Shout out to baddo sneh DJ KUNZ – DJ Kunz

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Marry before relocating abroadlady warns Nigerians

Meanwhile, a Canada-based lady shared on Tiktok that Nigerian ladies should find and marry their husbands here in Nigeria before relocating.

She informed other Nigerian women who planned to move abroad not to expect to find love there.

The lady advised women to find their husbands in Nigeria or even get married before moving abroad.