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By Luminous Jannamike
For many Nigerians, embarking on self-exile is far from being an easy decision. There is the initial hesitation that arises from a deep-rooted fear of the unknown. The thought of parting with family and friends, no matter how hard living in Nigeria may be, is usually an uncomfortable one.
More often than not, they have to decide whether to live as sojourners in a foreign land for the rest of their lives and risk possible social discrimination or not.
Either way, these fellows are likely to feel like people standing between the devil and the deep blue sea. But what can they do if fleeing is the only thing they believe will save their lives?
This was the situation 31-year-old David Hundeyin, who resided in the Lekki area of Lagos State, found…
Source: Vanguard Newspaper