– A Nigerian man in Germany, Elijah Amusan, is begging people of his country to come to his rescue
– Amusan said he wants to return home but the government has refused to repatriate him
– According to the man, he will be joyous if he returns home safely to his family
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A Nigerian man in Germany has taken to social media to urge people to come to his rescue in his quest to return home.
According to the man identified as Elijah Amusan, he travelled from Nigeria to Italy in 2016 and tried to get documents but all to no avail.
In a video shared on Facebook, Amusan said he couldn’t work in Italy because he wasn’t able to get documents.
Amusan, who is currently in Frankfurt, Germany, begged Nigerians and the European Union to get him back home so as to his family again.
Elijah Amusan said he has been stranded in Europe since 2016.
Photo credit: Ode-Omu Development Union (O.D.U), Osun state
According to the Amusan, he has signed documents in Germany to be repatriated to Nigeria but the government has refused to repatriate him despite sending others like him home.
Nigerians on social media took to the comment section of the post to share their thoughts.
Facebook user identified as Hon Bayo Adeagbo wrote:
“I know him… I’m sure he will be rescued… This is pathetic!”
Oladele Adewole commented:
“Please, please and please, O. D .U let us do something to rescue Elijah back home. Thanks you sirs.”
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In other news, a Nigerian man in Canada with the Twitter handle @MRBRIKILA1 recounted how his life changed for better when he left the country for Canada.
The man said he wrote IELTS three times before he achieved the required score, adding that he sat and passed the nursing exam at the first sitting.
In his words:
“Worked in a lot of hospitals and Nursing home…Bought my first house 3rd yr after got to Canada…..it was not easy for sure but the difference is clear clear…”
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