Most of the diasporic Nigerians find it realy easy to compare everything they have seen abroad to things in Nigeria, without realising that where they lived before travelling can determine the way they look back at Nigeria when they travel, example below:
If you lived in places like Ajegunle, Iyana Ipaja, Auchi, Obolo Epie, Azare, etc before you travelled out - - When you get to London say, everything will be like paradise to you, but if you lived in places like Lekki, Victoria Island, Abuja, Calaba, PH - etc, you will find nothing alluring on the streets of London and co.
If you used to eat apu, eba, gaari, etc before you travelled, you will count it a big deal eating burger when you get abroad and you will never want to speak anything good about Nigeria - but if your daly food in Nigeria included vegetables, brocolli, parsnips, chicken and co before you left, you will find it abhoring eating burger on the streets of New York and London.
If you were only opportuned to shop in oshodi, agege, ketu before you travelled out - it will be a big deal for you seeing the bright lights of shopping malls in America and you will forever look down on Nigeria - but if you had shopped in nice grocery shops in VI/Allen/Ikeja/Abuja etc before you travelled - you wont find it a bggie going to shop in shopping malls abroad.
So, my conclusion about the diasporic Nigerians who thinks everyone at home is poor and under priviledge because they havent travelled abroad like them, i say, most people experiences better life than you in Nigeria and doesnt see all the things you call better life anything better but normal day to day activities /life which you think doesnt exisit in Nigeria just because you lived in the rural areas and have no opportunities of getting these things - example - imagine a diasporic Nigerian asking if there were swimming pools in Nigeria - why, because he lived in the rural area before travellng.