- An overseas Nigerian man has brought to light how helpful the degrees he earned in Nigeria have been to him abroad.
- According to him, the Computer Science degree that he usually relegates in Nigeria opened so many doors for him abroad.
- In his tweet, he added that his Master’s in Geoinformatics also put him two steps ahead in the diaspora.
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An overseas Nigerian, Tobi Nocturnal, revealed that studying computer science helped him in the diaspora.
According to him, he was scorning the course in Nigeria, only to find out that it is everything and more abroad.
He also revealed that his Masters in Geoinformatics, for which he paid N110k to study at UNILAG, has come in handy.
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According to him, these degrees from the Nigerian university have put him two steps ahead of other people.
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The young man made the revelation while praising Nigeria for offering cheap education to its citizens.
In his words:
“My degree in Computer Science which I normally relegate in Nigeria, Omo I came abroad and found that it is everything and more. It opens doors for me like maaaad. My Masters in Geoinformatics finished the job. I paid around 110k at Unilag. These degrees got me they put two steps forward. God bless Naija.”
Reactions on social networks
“Everyone confuses gratitude and holding their leaders accountable. Their Nigerian degree, which couldn’t get them jobs in Nigeria, keeps them abroad because people hold leaders accountable and fixed their country. They didn’t get their degree by celebrating leaders corrupt”.
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“This is one area, I think the Nigerian system has worked well for people: cheap education. Compared to other parts of the world, I can only say it’s a success.”
“Some ungrateful people will continue to criticize the ‘poor system’. I understand the need for improvement, but education is subsidized and some of us are grateful. I got a good education, sha. I’ve come face to face with several international students, plix.”
“As recent graduates 17 years ago, we were recruited by an OFS company and sent to their training center in Europe for 7 weeks with students from all over the world. Two of us became top of the class after all the exams, tasks and practical evaluations, graduates of UI and Unilag”.
“That’s why we all need to give back to Nigeria. Free education puts us one step ahead.”
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Nigerian sells yams in London
In the meantime, legit.ng previously reported that, to increase his income, a hard-working Nigerian man started selling yams on the streets of London.
An interesting video shows him proudly standing on the road to sell his yams. According to the clip, the extra money could help pay taxes in the UK, where he resides.
He said that after spending 4 hours on the road, he was able to realize the sum of N116k from his sales.