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Friday, March 04, 2022

Nigerians Pictured Leaving War Torn Ukraine Via Poland And Bucharest

Nigerian evacuees seen boarding at Chopin Airport ,Warsaw, Poland

















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Her Exc. Safiya Ahmed Nigeria's Ambassador to Romania sends off 415 Nigerians (mostly students) fleeing the Ukraine-Russian war from Bucharest!








Photo credit - Twitter handle @AdudaG

27 comments:

  1. Highly commendable. I feel so pity for those schooling. How do they go about it now after arriving Nigeria. Anyway, life matters first before education.

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    1. yes teejay only the living go to school ..

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    2. Teejay, nice to see ur post. 'Been wondering where u've been.

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  2. False prophet ®4 March 2022 at 09:14

    I see the reset button has been hit on their lives #sad. Most of them dont even know "what next".
    Life is like a river, it will create a new path whenever it meets an obstacle.

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    1. Honestly... Coming back to a country whose educational system is frustrating. Heard they are on strike here or has it been called off? This will put a hold on so many of them.

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    2. That money they pay in Ukraine, if they enroll in Babcock or Igbins, it wouldnt be bad

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    3. Thank God for them. Many children from my kids secondary school are in Ukraine. You need to see our parents WhatsApp group,prayer and vigil. Make i go check how many of them children koin this group.

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    4. I am disregarding the fact that you are a false prophet, but this your comment is true Prophecy....πŸ‘

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  3. Kai I feel for them.
    Praying the path ahead becomes clear and smooth for them as they move on.
    Be encouraged, my people.

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  4. I really feel for them

    There is always light @the end of the tunnel, this too shall pass

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  5. That slag that says "agaracha must come back"

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  6. Imagine leaving Nigeria. Jubilating and now this.

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    1. You leave Nigeria to Ukraine, and ure jubiliating, what's the difference besides the weather? Abeg, Ukrainians are just as corrupt as Nigerians, do your research.

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    2. Very true. Especially dose going to study medicine there. It's better you do it in a federal uni here,or bone go better abroad.

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    3. rejoice for Ukraine?? ok o ..Eastern Europe is generally racist

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    4. Do you think it's easy to get into a federal or state medical school in Nigeria

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  7. I hope their families have the resources to them back to school somewhere because this Nigerian education system is rubbish

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  8. At the end, Nigeria is the only place we can call home and come back to when there's trouble elsewhere😒😒😒

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  9. Eeya I feel so sorry for them.. coming back to this country is just not it at all..like from frying pan to fire.it is well with them.

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  10. Good they made it out safely. It's always a risk journeying far from home.

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  11. They should continue their studies in Germany

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