I am in dire need of support from people who have travel experience.
When I say travel experience, I mean people who has relocated from Nigeria completely.
I will be 30 next month, single (have always hated the idea of marrying any lady in Nigeria because I have been unlucky with most of them i met as they seem complicated, inconsequential, dishonest and inexposed).
To make this short, I spent a lot of my youth working so hard to save enough money with the mindset to relocate from Nigeria as Nigeria depresses me alot.
I have been able to save nearly 20 million naira, excluding investments running in millions i wish to put on cargo to ship wherever I wish to relocate to.
Now, my problem is finding a suitable location or environment where i can relocate to without stress and problems.
Note that, I do not intend to work for anyone as I have my own skills.
United States, United Kingdom are out of my plans as I have realised their system are not built to favour me or my type of person and seem more like stress and a slavery environment to me.
I applied for Canada visa with hope to get work permit but has been on hold for months as they have been on lockdown since.
Having lived in South Africa before for a short while and felt like home there, I had it as an option but I am at crossroads, if I can have better suggestions from experienced people here.
Also, if anywhere in Europe is advisable (remember I do not wish to work for anyone except part time, in my field or if must require me to get a work visa)
Please I need advice.
N20 Million is about $45,000 USD, so wherever you’re going, it’s almost inevitable that you’ll need to work hard, for someone else. That money or some of it can at least get you a down payment for a home.
Depending on your education preference, learn some skill, like plumbing… or go into the medical or IT field etc. You could also try to start some food business, cook in your home and supply Nigerians who are too busy to cook, or learn hair styling and advertise online. These are some self employment jobs people do part time or full time abroad
I will advise you to be open minded to do whatever is smart, legal, and pays the bills, while saving and educating yourself for the long term.
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