«Home

Would You Advise Working Abroad?

I was chatting with someone this night and he asked me if I intended to return to Nigeria after my studies. 'Definitely,' I replied without even thinking. Now that's very different from what most people think. Running away from Nigeria after getting your degree abroad doesn't say well of you -- that's plain cowardice or shall I say greed? The aim of learning [to me] is to contribute to the good of Nigeria.

When our well-trained personnel go on a mass exodus to other countries, we lose a lot of brainpower. Funnily it's still these people who complain about mediocre standards.

Let's face it sha -- Nigeria can be frustrating. Our leaders seem to deliberately set out to kill talent. It requires determination but I'm not suggesting it's going to be easy. Together, we can build a better Nigeria.

Let me know what you guys/girls think about this issue.

Avatar
Newbie
5 answers

Determined people always succeed no matter how many times they fail.

0
Avatar
Newbie

to create job in Nigeria is wahala, its just a difficult country

0
Avatar
Newbie

That there are no jobs doesn't mean people should leave. I think it's the way the colonialists brought us up -- the educational system they left behind emphasises getting a good job. Why can't we create jobs?

0
Avatar
Newbie

I dont mind returning if there is something good available, but they can be wahala in Nigeria atimes. but wont come back to work immeditely after school. But about people abroad to go back to Nigeria to build the country i dont see whats the point. The people in Nigeria dont have Jobs so why should the people abroad now come and take the little spaces available.

0
Avatar
Newbie

My dream is to work in Nigeria and God will help me

0
Avatar
Newbie
Your answer
Add image

By posting your answer, you agree to the privacy policy and terms of service.