- A young lady is in a celebration mood as she announced leaving the country for the United Kingdom
- Sharing airport images, the elated lady said she finally heeded God's call and have 'left the country for you people'
- Nigerians expressed mixed reactions to her announcement with many congratulating her
A young lady has celebrated becoming the latest Nigerian to move out of the country with an interesting message.
In a Twitter post she made recently, @The_HauteNurse shared pictures as she landed at the Heathrow international airport in the United Kingdom.
She went on to share a verse from the Holy Bible and personalized it saying that she has finally answered God's command to leave the country.
@The_HauteNurse stated that she had left the country for other Nigerians.
"And I answered. I’ve left your country for you people. A ti lo, a ti de."
Nigerians took to her comment section as they celebrated her feat, others prayed for the same opportunity.
"Congratulations dear,God blessing and favor covers you over there."
"You should've carried me na.. I can fit into your luggage."
''Welcome and very soon u wee understand the grind no be play play."
''Bambi Bambi big congrats to you. Wish you all the best in your new home."
Meanwhile, Briefly News previously reported that a Nigerian man has taken to social media in celebration of success in his business endeavour overseas.
The US-based man, @SQLBrethen, shared on Twitter that he got into the US thanks to a visa lottery he won.
According to the man who hawked on the streets of Badagry in Lagos, he had no business in America and earned his living as a staircase-vomit cleaner and picking up trash in parking lots. But today, the story is different.
@SQLBrethen stated that he moved from earning $8.25 per hour to landing a senior role in a Fortune 50 company where he receives a salary running into millions, all within the space of 4 years.
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Source: Briefly News