A Nigerian woman living in Canada has said that contrary to what many people back home believe, there is also power outage in the North American country.
She shared a video of herself using lantern at home and lamented about epileptic power supply in Montreal, her place of residence.
The room she was seen in a dark room talking about how cold the weather is because there is no electricity to turn on the heater.
She also said there was water scarcity due to the power outage and she could not cook, wash or do anything that requires water.
The woman who seemed to have been recorded by husband in the background, said she also could not lie down on the bed because she was freezing.
She expressed thanks that she had a lantern to use in times the the one they were in where everywhere was dark.
She corrected the Nigerians who often say they want to travel abroad because things like water and electricity are available without interruption.
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callmeluv11; All dis newly abroad people enh, una no go kill person 😂
hiebywhumey; Be like UK people don dey go visit Canadians oooo😂😂 cos kini gbogbo eleyii gann
melvis_black; The power outage here is because of a severe storm which is still ongoing, stop comparing the situation with what happens in Nigeria on a regular. I dislike videos like this.
oluwakemi._o; Abroad update wan k¥ll me oo 😂 I still dey wait South Korea update 🤣
db_naturals_; This must have been due to an issue and once it’s resolved, the light will return 🙄
aa_structural_fabrication; We too dey canada so shut up woman and stop this nonsense post for show off and discouraging people.
georgemcmanaman; Madame rest…. because of one day wey you no see light you dey shout.
susy.licious1; You’re staying in the trenches part of abroad
brownofficial140; Nigerian based in Canada won’t allow person rest 😂😂
floxy_ray; This 2022 set when japa go abroad nor dey let us hear world oh, una don kuku make the abroad tire me self, ear don dey pain me for there motivational talk 😡😡
sunofgodz; How many times do they take the light? Is it not a storm or some natural disaster? It’s not like someone is there turning on/off the power switch like naija. & they don’t do it all day or take it off disrespectfully with no prior notification
Similarly, Nigerian singer, Divine ‘Rema’ Ikubor recently spoke on his preference between living abroad and being in Nigeria.
The Calm Down crooner said that life abroad is interesting and amazing but he will choose Nigeria anyday.
Rema stated in a tweet via his verified handle that life in Nigeria is more exciting and fun-filled for him than being in any foreign country.
He shared a photo of himself in Lagos state, Nigeria and wrote; “Yankee dope o, but na Naija dey sweet me pass ✌🏾🇳🇬”