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Don’t be an illegal immigrant like Samclef and Tunde Ednut – Kemi Olunloyo reacts after BBNAIJA Erica advised Nigerians to leave the country

Kemi Olunloyo reacts to BBNAIJA Erica advise

Controversial investigative journalist, Kemi Olunloyo, has reacted after BBNaija Erica Nlewedim advised Nigerians to leave the country if they have the means.

Kemi Filani news recalls that reality star, Erica Nlewedim took to Twitter to advise Nigerians to start planning an exit strategy out of the country.

According to the former BBNaija housemate, Nigeria is not worth dying for, and the citizens too don’t even care, so if you have the money, begin to plan a way to escape from the country.

She wrote: “Nigeria is not worth dying over, the Nigerians too don’t even care so if you have the money, let another country be your plan B!.”

Reacting to her tweet, Kemi Olunloyo, started by saying that Nigerian youths should not think of relocating to countries like, UK, USA and Canada because they don’t want them there.

Kemi however affirmed Erica’s statement but added that no-one should visit UK, USA, and Canada with a non-immigrant visa and stay there illegally like music producer Samklef and blogger Tunde Ednut.

She wrote:

“Erica was right. Only if you have money and a valid immigrant visa. Never visit these countries with a non immigrant visa and stay there illegally like Samklef and Tunde Ednut.

“Don’t think of any Japa plans to🇨🇦🇺🇸🇬🇧 They don’t want Nigerian youth in those countries. My children will get hired before you at any job. Americans are supposed to be hired FIRST. Blacks not welcomed in Southern 🇺🇸 Canadians 🇨🇦don’t like Africans. Take back Nigeria

“Your rent is $2800 per month (N1.6M) a month for a 2 bedroom in a SAFE area not posh area. You will make that amount as your monthly salary with a good job. $100/mo for your cable tv, your phone is rented at $50/mo, you have not purchased food. Electric and gas is $500/mo Japa?🙄

“No Nigerian youth can afford 🇺🇸🇨🇦🇬🇧
Ask why those who got the free card lottery wins RETURNED TO NIGERIA in the 90’s. I was the welcoming board lady #IyaNaira they named me when they arrived. I helped so many get apt and jobs. Later many moved away, reality set in, unemployment” She added.

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