– Kamil Owolemi Tijani, a Nigerian man, has done himself proud as he recently became a citizen of the United Kingdom
– He shared with Bioreports that he struggled for several years before achieving this feat
– The disc jockey said one of the most difficult moments for him was passing the examinations needed to be granted the citizenship
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A Nigerian, Mr Kamil Owolemi Tijani is bustling with excitement as he recently took possession of the certificate confirming his status as a citizen of the United Kingdom.
Nigerian man passes tough examinations, becomes UK citizen after 10 years
Photo Credit: Kamil Owolemi Tijani
Mr Kamil, who expressed this excitement to our correspondent, dedicated the “gift” to almighty Allah who made it happen within the span of 10 years.
He noted that it was not a bed of roses but the almighty Allah came through for him especially during the examination that determines the citizenship qualification.
Kamil, who is currently a Disk Jockey in the United Kingdom, explained that it is compulsory to pass the “Life in UK” and that of “English Language” examinations before being granted the status.
He said that the examinations became a walkover for him even though the “Life in UK” was a bit tough.
“How else would I be grateful to the almighty Allah if not to continue giving thanks to him who made this day unforgettable in my life.
“I would describe this Status as a Gift from the almighty Allah who has made this possible because not everyone that wanted it got it; hence, why won’t I be grateful to God.
“The gift is a long time coming after 10 years in the United Kingdom. It was not easy but the almighty Allah made it a walk over for me.
“You have to pass the “Life in UK” and “English Language” examinations before being granted the status and it is either you fail or pass. Life In UK examination was hard but was easier.”
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Meanwhile, Bioreports earlier reported how a Nigerian man celebrated becoming a British citizen and getting engaged.
Ikeoluwa with the Twitter handle @__tunde got people on the social media platform talking as congratulatory messages poured in for him.
The young man shared two images on Twitter. In one of the images, he could be seen with his citizenship certificate as he posed close to a framed picture of the Queen.
Victor Duru is a Bioreports journalist with more than three years of working experience in the media industry. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Management Studies from Imo State University, where he was a Students’ Union Government Director of Information. Victor is a Human Interest Editor, Strategic Content Creator and a Google-certified Digital Marketer. Connect with him on Twitter @DuruCVictor2