- A man from Nigeria advised other guys not to go abroad by themselves once they tie the knot.
- He made this clear in a popular video on TikTok, where he strongly discouraged the idea and gave a serious warning.
- Some people on the internet agreed with him, but there were also those who disagreed and shared their own experiences of moving abroad alone.
A Nigerian man by the name of @odogwukiwi has a message for you on TikTok about leaving your partner behind when you go abroad.
Odogwukiwi is quite passionate about this subject in his video. He is concerned that leaving your lover at home when you travel far away is not a good choice.
He also asserts that if a woman’s husband moves overseas, she might not remain devoted to him.
To leave woman Japa be like you dey leave yam for goat
The issues and risks that might arise when a person leaves their partner behind to travel to another nation were highlighted in the video.
“You wan leave your woman for Naija Japa, Dey ask me wetin you go do make men no Dey look am. E be like say you Dey smoke Igbo? To leave woman for Naija Japa be like where you Dey leave yam for goat, come Dey Dey surprise say goat chop yam.
“Leaving woman for Naija Japa be like when you park motor for public place. it’s at owners risk! if you ask me that nonsense again, I go stone you this Biro even though I need am.”
Social Media Reaction:
@AkuPowerOflmolly said: “My brother not all woman are d same, in as much as I don’t trust anyone but we have better ones, thank you.”
@Petra reacted: “No wonder them give me belle before leaving.”
@AdaHarford commented: “I stayed faithful althrough, I can say it anywhere, anytime. Everyone can’t be same.”
@commentator reacted: “I don’t understand how people do it oh. Even if she wan dey faithful those men around no go let her.”
@urchman06 reacted: “True talk brother.”
@Biller said: “Must you people mention owerri when it comes to immorality.”
@fredricksgeorge37 reacted: “Dey play.”
@Angela commented: “Bro how is visa for poland.”
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Japa Syndrome- Nigeria Immigration Service warns youth about the dangers of leaving Nigeria
In other story, the Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) has advised young Nigerians who are planning to leave the country due of the economic crisis to rethink their choice because doing so, especially when done illegally, can be perilous and expensive.
The remarks were made over the weekend at an event in Abuja, according to Vanguard, by Mrs. Kemi Nandap, the Deputy Comptroller General of Immigration in charge of the Directorate of Migration.
Vanguard reports that the comments were made over the weekend at an event in Abuja by Mrs Kemi Nandap, the Deputy Comptroller General of Immigration in charge of the Directorate of Migration.