A Nigerian lady in the UK said despite the multiple shift jobs she was working, she still loved the countryThe hardworking lady faced the challenges of being a supermarket attendant and traffic warden in the coldNigerians who reacted to her video encouraged her as some based abroad shared similar experiences
A Nigerian lady who travelled to the UK for better opportunities shared how she has been coping abroad.
The beautiful lady (@ceentiya_of_abuja) worked multiple jobs like supermarket attendants and traffic warden in the UK.
The lady worked as a traffic warden.
Photo source: @ceentiya_of_abuja
Working shifts in the UK
A part of the lady's video showed her eating noodles from the pot after a day of multiple work to show she was tired.
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Despite the struggle to make ends meet abroad, the lady said she would not hesitate to choose the UK over and over again.
Watch her video below:
NaijaFreshGist.com compiled some of the reactions below:
“I've done all those jobs so far , better days ahead soon Glad I'll soon start working full time now.”
“Better days ahead everyone has been there.”
odionye chisom said:
“We all eat noodles… i add cucumber and cabbage to mine and tag it healthy food.”
Sergio Jnr said:
“Omo you don hustle pass me for this youkay oh.”
Big dj soft said:
“Uk na ur mate?”
“I know a TRaffic control gear when I see one,better days ahead babe.”
“What's your line of work gan gan? I saw about 3….cynthia whyyyyyy.”
“Man can not live my bread alone.”
“Everybody Dey pick shift.”
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“Tough times never last only tough people last.”
“I did cleaner job and trekked so much, I called my mum crying. May God bless our hustle.”
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Meanwhile, NaijaFreshGist.com earlier reported that a Nigerian man living in the UK showed why the country was a good place to have a better life as a migrant.
The man (@king.afoo) told people not to listen to people saying that relocating abroad is a wrong decision and that success there is hard.