Whenever they are in the shores of Nigeria
, they start flaunting their ‘hard-earned’ currencies as if they were going out of fashion. They never invested in meaningful ventures but go around lavishing cash on frivolities such as clubbing and womanizing. Though, for now, we do not want to start mentioning names for us to give them a chance of repenting, we would describe some of them to you and it would be left for you to judge who we are talking about.
Before doing that, Global News
would want to expatiate on the activities of these Nigerians who have suddenly turned Dublin to a crime-infested state in the Republic of Ireland.
Let us start with the women; some of them were married in Nigeria before travelling to Ireland for ‘business tour’. On getting to the country, they settled down in Dublin to do their ‘businesses’. Though, they have kids
back home in Nigeria, they still go ahead and date younger guys based in Dublin, both Nigerians and Irish citizens. They go ahead in having pregnancies for them knowing fully well that the Irish government always pays certain amount of money ranging from 500 euros to 1,000 euros per child on monthly basis.
This encourages the women who hop from one bed to another in order to achieve their aims of having enough kids for Irish money. When the Irish government later discovered this trick by Nigerians, it eventually changed their birth laws.
This changing of laws affected the Nigerian women that they are forced to return home. The guys too are not left out, they equally pounce on women (married or not) and impregnate them, hoping to share part of the money if given to the kids by the Irish government. Many Nigerian guys are reportedly involved in this messy act.
Another person is no one else than a legendary music promoter. His name sounds like the title given to a South West political leader in Nigeria. He has been a resident of Dublin for years now and has brought in many Nigerian artistes
like K1 De Ultimate, Pasuma Wonder, Saheed Osupa, Obesere, Adewale Ayuba, Wale Thompson, Dele Taiwo (who is now based in Dublin) and many others into Ireland. He is one of the pillars of the annual St. Patrick day in Dublin. His first name starts with Y before the political leader’s name is added at the back.