Nigerian man reportedly deported for killing parrot one month after relocating to Canada
A Twitter user, @Dr Olusesan, who shared the story on the micro-blogging platform, claimed the man inadvertently killed the parrot, and since the bird had a GPS tracker, it was easy to track him.
“Them deport person from Canada within one month on arrival because e go kill pet parrot wey wear GPS tracker. Like, are you blind?” Olusesam tweeted.
Reacting to the tweet, a Twitter user identified as Aluko Olami recounted a similar incident in Qatar.
According to Aluko, a Nigerian man was also deported from Qatar in 2012 after being found guilty of killing a cat.
“The same thing happened here in Qatar around 2012, One of our country man will just went out at midnight to kill cats to make soup. He has been doing it so long before police get him one night. He was deported too.The funny thing is he was doing good job of around $3k at the time.” He wrote.
In other news, a graduate who was working as a teacher in Nigeria before she moved abroad to become a cleaner has revealed what influenced her decision.
The young lady, in a viral video addressing those who tackle Nigerians who travel abroad to do menial jobs said one of the best decisions she’s made was moving to Libya to work as a cleaner despite being a graduate.
According to her, while she worked as a teacher in a school in Nigeria, she would have to teach JSS 1 to SS3, coupled with the stress of having to write lesson notes for all the classes, and to make matters worse, she was paid a meagre sum of N25,000 as salary.
She said that since moving to Libya, she now earns N100,000 monthly as a cleaner and has access to free Wi-Fi, breakfast and lunch, which is way better than slaving away in the name of a noble profession in Nigeria.
“To hell with the certificate that can’t serve its purpose. I am educated, I use to work as an English teacher, I got paid N25,000 because I’m offering a general subject… Do you know how tiring that is?…. Do you know how many lesson notes I am going to be writing before the end of the month?” she said in part.