On 3 April of 2021, the Nigerian immigration Service has issued a statement warning Nigerians to be careful with the way they accept bogus offers of a better life abroad because not all that glitters is a gold. They warned that unlucky migrants might end up in modern slavery. If there is anything a typical Nigerian wants is to migrate from Nigeria to the overseas especially the Europe to search for greener pastures.
The statement tweeted by Nigerian Immigration Service did not go down well with some Nigerians as so many have bitterly replied the Service. A Twitter user with the username Alexcious replied the service that the modern slavery in Nigeria is worse than what our parents experienced during colonialism. He further questioned how he ended up in Nigeria though he is on the verge of finding out.
Another user said that Nigerians are already slaves in their own country to the politicians.
Another user bitterly asked how long it takes the service to prepare a passport because he has applied for it since January after paying huge amount of money but it is yet to be issued to him.
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