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Man filmed praying fervently on his Nigerian passport for him to be granted US, UK visa

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A Nigerian man has gone into an intense prayer mode to seek divine intervention in his desire to obtain visa for any European or American country.

He was captured on camera praying on his knees while holding his Nigerian passport in his hand.

The man repeated the same prayer point as he mentioned US, Spain, Holland, Austria, UK as places whose visa he wished to have.

Watch the video below:

Reacting, feyisayorichards wrote; From your mouth to God’s ears IJN🙏🙏🙏

priscillia_oluchi_; For everyone looking for visa to their country choice, Oluwa a le fun yin loruku jesu ooo.

poshest_hope; Na only him know wetin him eyes don see for this country 😂

superwoman9ja; Which one you wan go for inside? My God is not a god of confusion

aktmeketino; Oluwa ba mi leeeee😂😂 You no get super glue or stapler?😂😂😂

_mer_cee; Is this playing😂. Which one do you want exactly, Spain, Germany, Holland, Austria, UK, America. God sef go don confuse

lakesideblackmale; Religious people won’t want to go through process but turn around to blame the government for practicing corruption 🤷‍♂️

Meanwhile, a Nigerian lady residing in the United Kingdom has enlightened her countrymen on the challenges they will face if they move abroad.

The woman simply known as Tope said that anyone seeking to travel to America, Canada or any European country should prepare themselves to work long hours and spend most of their money paying bills.

She said there are available opportunities in the UK, but as an immigrant it may take a few months to get it so the person would have to do menial jobs.

In a video she posted online, Tope revealed that she worked as a cleaner, in a factory and as a care giver after she arrived in the European nation.

She urged her Nigerian brethren to get a backup plan as they prepare to travel out because abroad life is not easy.

According to her, the cleaning job was so stressful that she quit after three days, as there is only 30 minutes break throughout the working hours and the person is expected to be cleaning round the clock without stopping.

She further stated that some friends told her to stop advising people to prepare for hard times in UK, noting that they wanted Nigerians to experience it themselves.

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