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6 Countries You Should Not Put In Your “JAPA” Plan As A Nigerian

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The average Nigerian looks at any country that’s not in Africa as better than Nigeria.

This is not true, however living in Nigeria is easier and better than living in some of these countries abroad.

The harsh living conditions, racism, scarce jobs, no one would tell you to run back home.

I’m an active supporter of JAPA group but japa must be done with adequate and meticulous PLANNING coupled with self research on the internet, join forums , get information.

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Don’t just leave everything into someone’s hand especially a Non-regulated travel agent.

These Countries Are In No Particular Order:-

Azerbaijan

More or less like AZZA-baijan. For the Azza boys.

This country is as terrible as it sounds. I have a friend who was swindled by a travel agent to this country because it was in quote “in Europe”.

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Bulgaria

That a country is in Europe doesn’t mean it is good to be in.

If you wish to be safe in Europe, stick to the Schengen countries.

Bulgaria is in Europe but not a Schengen country. Jobs opportunities are slim here.

Money always develops wings like eyelashes.

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Cyprus

As easy as admissions can be into this country (especially for Africans), this is not a place to be except you are from the Otedolas and you won’t need to hustle while you school abroad.

Job opportunities are few, the environment is naturally hard for a hustler in Cyprus.

Kuwait

Not every oil-producing country get oil money.

Kuwait has consistently been ranked as one of the least in the world for the ease of settling in.

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Most foreign residents say they do not feel at home. Heavy work with low pay.

Russia

Life can be a bit okay in European Russia (Moscow, Saint Petersburg, Sochi etc ).

Many find it hard with weather and you can’t live well without speaking Russian.

Job opportunities are scarce and your skin colour is also a big factor.

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Turkey

Turkey is an awesome place for business and tourism.

But not everyone has found this country easy. It is one of the worst countries for foreign families and children.

There are no clear pathways to settlement upon graduation.

Jobs are scarce and it also reeks of political instability

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Eastern Europe: Croatia, Moldova, Belarus, Ukraine, Serbia, Albania, Georgia

Asia & Middle East: India, Oman, Vietnam, Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan and all the stans

Most South American countries including Peru(Peru don dey para😂)

Important Notice:

Please note that this list isn’t targeted at anyone.

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That a country is listed doesn’t mean you may not be able to survive there.

Majority of our data comes from world population rankings and real-life experiences.

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Common Red Flags In Relationships You Shouldn’t Ignore (WATCH VIDEO)

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In relationships, there are non-negotiable red flags people often ignore.

In most cases, people’s minds and emotions get clouded with the need to be in love that they often decide to manage to cope with some Red-Flags behaviour of their partners.

Today on Family Life With Adeola, we shall be talking about relationship red-flags no one should ignore in relationships.

You will learn a lot from this. Drag a seat and Enjoy!!

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5 Important Values To Long Lasting Relationship (WATCH VIDEO)

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It takes commitment to build a successful relationship.

There are countless life scenarios that might arise and put your partnership’s strength and unity to the test.

Having basic principles that are congruent will give you the strength and confidence you need to get past those stumbling blocks together.

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Therefore, what are relationships value? They are the guiding ideas that guide your actions; they are your personal perspectives about yourself, others, and the world.

The foundations of how you spend your life are your core principles. On this edition of Family Life With Adeola, we will be taking you through the core values of every relationships.

This values are what make your relationship stronger in the phase of any challenges that may come your way.

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Mr. Jollof: Once A Blind Man, Now A Hungry Man?

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Involvement of some celebrities in politics can easily be adjudged to be patriotism or passionate show of concern for troubles the masses are facing with bad leadership.

Some are genuine in their words and actions while some are two-faced nonentities always doing everything to make themselves politically relevant just to eat in the political cake when it’s time. Mr. Jollof could be one big part of the latter.

During the COVID-19 era Mr. Jollof was one of the most vocal celebrities talking about how Nigerian politicians were handling the menace caused by the virus.

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It was really a critical time for Nigerians. Many private companies stood up to save the nation with huge donations only for government officials to hoard some Covid-19 relief materials.

This was the same period Bullion Van loaded with cash entered Bourdillon which ofcourse caused controversies. Mr. Jollof weighed in on the controversy and shred apart the man in bourdillon in a well-planned social media video

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The same politician you blasted years ago is now all of a sudden your anointed presidential candidate. The APC leader might not be aware of the viral video Mr. Jollof did to attack him that year but it’s certain his son Seyi Tinubu who introduced Jollof to his father as a fan knew.

Why does he have to deceive his father about Mr. Jollof?

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Apparently, they might be trying to work on getting the active backings of as much celebrities as possible against campaign period, so the seemingly hungry ones would be easy to catch first.

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Just because internet never forgets, Mr. Jollof was challenged by fans with the old video of him blasting Tinubu, his response was “I was blind that time”.

Obviously, the blind man of 2years ago is now hungry and needs to eat the political cake that is about to be served.

This is to call on Nigerians to vote their conscience and beware of chameleon celebrities who might be trying to influence their voting decision in the next general elections.

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Mr. Jollof is just one out of many that will still show face beware!!

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The Three Major Requirements Of A Good Relationship

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Many people, after they’ve been in a couple for some time, will privately admit that they are – in many ways – frustrated and disappointed by the person they’ve chosen to share their lives with.

If pressed for details, they will have no difficulty coming up with a list: their partner, they might complain: Is too loyal to their irritating, family doesn’t share their views on the layout of the living room, Never wants to go on camping holidays, Plays tennis every Wednesday evening no matter what, Doesn’t like Moroccan food, Doesn’t share their enthusiasm for 19th century Russian novels, Has a habit of adding ‘actually’ to every second sentence, when it’s actually redundant.

As the list gets longer, they sigh; they still love their partner and long to be happy together, it’s just that it seems impossibly complicated to make this relationship work. What’s driving the frustration isn’t that they’ve sadly fallen for an idiot as a mate; it’s rather that we have all inherited needlessly complicated ideas of what a relationship is supposed to be for.

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We are told that love is meant to involve the almost total merger of two lives: we expect that a loving couple must live in the same house, eat the same meals together every night, share the same bed, go to sleep and get up at the same time; only ever have sex with (or even sexual thoughts about) each other, regularly see each others’ families, have all their friends in common – and pretty much think the same thoughts on every topic at every moment.

It’s a beautiful vision, but a hellish one too, for it places an impossibly punitive burden of expectation on another human. We feel the partner must be right for us in every way, and if they’re not, has to be prodded and cajoled into reform. But there’s another perspective: relationships don’t have to be so complicated and ambitious if we keep in view what in the end actually makes them fulfilling.

If we boil matters down, there might really just be three essential things we want from one another:

Kindness: a partner who is gentle with our imperfections and can good-humouredly tolerate us as we are.

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Shared vulnerability: someone with whom we can be open about our anxieties, worries and the problems that throw us off balance: someone we don’t have to put on a good front for; someone around whom we can be weak, vulnerable and honest – and who will be the same around us.

Understanding: someone who is interested in, and can make sense of, certain obscure features of our minds: our obsessions, preoccupations and ways of seeing the world. And whom we are excited to understand in turn.

If we have these three critical ingredients to hand, we will feel loved and essentially satisfied whatever differences then crop up in a hundred other areas. Perhaps our partner’s friends or routines won’t be a delight, but we will be content.

Just as if we lack these emotional goods, and yet agree on every detail of European literature, interior design and social existence, we are still likely to feel lonely and bereft. By limiting what we expect a relationship to be about, we can overcome the tyranny and bad temper that bedevils so many lovers.

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A good, simpler – yet very fulfilling – relationship could end up in a minimal state: we might not socialise much together. We might hardly ever encounter each other’s families. Our finances might overlap only at a few points.

We could be living in different places and only meet up twice a week. Conceivably we might not even ask too many questions about each other’s sex life. But when we would be together it would be profoundly gratifying, because we would be in the presence of someone who knew how to be kind, vulnerable and understanding.

A bond between two people can be deep and important precisely because it is not played out across all practical details of existence.

By simplifying – and clarifying – what a relationship is for we release ourselves from overly complicated conflicts – and can focus on our urgent underlying needs to be sympathised with, seen and understood.

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