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Japa Syndrome: You share the same thing in common with Politicians If You Fall Under These Kind Of People (opinion)

So everywhere you look these days, almost all the young people want to relocate a.k.a Japa Syndrome. What I find hilarious is the reason they always claim made them decide to Japa but some of us can see through the crap they say! As far as I am concerned, what they low-key plan to do when you get there is the same as what our politicians are doing in Nigeria.

Yes! If you fall under this set of people, you have NO RIGHT to insult Nigeria because you o, Buhari o and other politicians NO DIFFERENCE!!!

Overstaying your visit visa: Believe it or not many of the people who make noise about Japa, plan to use this illegal means to stay there. They are so quick to run to Twitter to talk down on Nigeria. They do these things yet they insult Nigeria politicians for doing illegal things. No be juju be that?

Planning to marry your ancestor for papers: you are toying with people’s feelings because of your selfish gain. Just like how politicians do. They are currently toying with the people’s feelings because the election is coming soon. As far as I am concerned I don’t see any difference o!

Anyway, If you want to Japa, Japa……but my own is, just resist the urge to shalaye when you know your intention is part of the above things I mentioned.

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