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Unemployment and Hardships in Nigeria

I went into the news site, opened it up, and the first headline there was, over 15 million Nigerians are jobless.

I ask myself, if over 15 million are jobless, how many are with jobs? What are the government doing? Why are we suffering and smiling? When are we ever going to Enjoy and smile at the same time? The government don’t seem to care what we the masses are going through, all they care about is their own Pocket, they don’t care if everyone else suffers and dies. When will all this stop?

We can’t even protest because even those that tried to, are behind bars or injected to death because they see them as threat. Sowore who protested is still behind bars for months now, and this same man ran for President in the last election but lost. When is the Nigerian government ever going to respect it’s citizens? They take all our rights away and we can’t even do anything.

If Nigerian government can say 15 million are jobless, that means over 40million are jobless because Nigerian government are known for lies and cover-ups, they’d never give you the right figure.

When Good luck Jonathan Was president, Nigerians could afford 3square meals a day because food was cheaper and affordable to everyone, President Buari came into power and made our lives a living hell, we can barely afford 1square meal because food is super expensive and a lot of Nigerians have resulted to suicide because they feel nothing is left for them. Our President is driving the masses to suicide. How do we stop this government? How do we correct the wrongs?

Unless we Nigerians can all unite and fight this corruption, Corrupt politicians alongside President Buari and his entire Cabinet will continue to have their way.

Thank y’all.

God Bless Y’all.

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I am American and my fiancé is Nigerian (African) from the Igbo Tribe. We were aquaintances in a Christian Facebook group where we followed each other's postings regularly. On April 30, 2016 Austin sent me an official Facebook friend request. For 3 days, I checked his Facebook profile thoroughly (always very important no matter the connection to be established) and I prayed to the Lord for guidance, as I was married to another Nigerian from the Yoruba tribe, but we had been separated for almost a year, since his arrival in the US (never saw that one coming in a million years - story to be added later). I felt the Lord leading me strongly to accept Austin's friend request; therefore, on March 3, 2016 I accepted his friend request; and the rest, as they say, is history. This was the beginning of Our True Love Story and we have been planning our White Wedding for celebration on February 14, 2020 to be held at the Newman's Castle and Newman's Bakery in Bellville, Texas. This has been a long journey for us and we decided to share our story in an effort help other's in relationships similar to our story, to assist them in learning how to navigate the Immigration Process, learning how to keep their relationship alive, and how to communicate and compromise to make it through this long journey, stronger than when they began. We also want to assist with resources whether you plan to file for a spousal visa or a fiancé visa. Making these types of relationships work and last is a journey, in and of itself, not to mention the journey of a lifetime and will certainly be an incredible story to share with friends, family, and especially their children, whether you are a blended family or are planning your future with children. I am a Social Worker by degree with a Bachelor's of Science in Social Work, I love children and I am a true cat lover, owner, and fan; however, I love all animals. I am a devout and faithful Christian with a strong faithful heart, but I am also human. Currently I am on permanent disability and dealing with multiple health issues, but have faith that God will heal me. I own several wonderful cats and I am looking forward to welcoming my wonderful fiancé to the US for the first time and to getting married to my soulmate and love of my life, Austin, within 90 days of his arrival and celebrating our official White Wedding with our family and friends.

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