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RELOCATING TO THE UNITED KINGDOM FROM NIGERIA | WHAT NOBODY ELSE WILL TELL YOU.

Two years ago, my whole family packed up our lives and relocated to the UK.

Fast-forward two years and I have not only set up my global fashion business, but my boys and the family have also settled in quite well, and I can say I have gotten a hang of life here.

Coming from a girl who stayed in Lagos state prior to relocating, Wolverhampton is one of the most remarkable cities I have lived in. Every corner of the city is enriched with culture and incredible buildings that have a hidden history.

THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW BEFORE RELOCATING TO THE UNITED KINGDOM

Relocating can be a life-changing decision and if you are going to a completely new area, it is definitely going to be stressful.

If you’re thinking of moving to the United Kingdom, there are a few things you should know about before you head over there.

Although you will learn to love some of the experiences and changes from your normal life; other things will require you to develop some serious coping strategies.

Even if you’ve been on holiday to the U.K, you would still not be prepared for what to expect as an incoming resident of the country.

Even though I had visited London several times, I still have a love-hate relationship with the weather.

If there’s one thing I will tell you, is that you should do in-depth research before you move here.

In the video below, I am going to tell you things nobody will tell you when you want to relocate from Nigeria to the United Kingdom. Here, I talk about everything; topics that several people would dare not discuss, and what I wanted someone to tell me before signing those papers.

Don’t learn the hard way!

Would you love for me to turn this into a series on my YouTube channel? And if there is any other video you would love to see, let me know in the comment section below. Don’t forget to share!

 

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