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‘Japa’ Syndrome: Rev Esther Ajayi Advises Nigerian Couples Against Relocating Abroad

About the Japa Syndrome common among the youth of Nigeria, Reverend Esther Ajayi has asked married people who would like to relocate abroad to be certain their marriage can survive the test of time abroad taking into consideration the societal values, pressure, and culture.

She advised people to take into account it well and ensure they’re certain of the move before they make it.
She also mentioned that individuals with N500,000 naira in their accounts are much better than many people abroad.

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