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Japa: Top 5 destinations for Nigerians

Japa: Top 5 destinations for Nigerians

Major architectural landmarks of the city of Sydney and Australia By Seyifunmi Awobiyi With the security, education sector, and national economy all failing, Nigerian citizens’ financial lives are becoming disturbing, and are compelled to make drastic moves such as relocating to other countries. Many have argued that Nigeria, at this point, is at its worst times, and the people are packing their bags and moving out every day. At least a week over a thousand of Nigerians relocates to different parts of the world to seek a better and easier life. There is a lot to consider before actually moving to a new country, you don’t want to relocate to then realize that it was a bad idea moving to that country. Read also: 5 things you can do as undergraduate while ASUU strike lingers 5 affordable private universities to consider as ASUU strike continues 2023: Guard your utterances — FG, Sanwo-Olu, Sultan, CAN caution Nigerians, religious leaders, others The things to consider are just the basic things like language, culture, how the system of government works, and the rate of xenophobia or racism in the country. There are the top five countries Nigerians to be considered: Australia The country that’s also a continent, far away from the rest of the world is occupied by 26 million people, gives a lot of opportunities for migrants to get a job, and offers affordable tertiary education to universities of choice with its stable economy and large public service sectors. At least 78% of Australians speak English as their main language which makes it easier for Nigerians to communicate with other people in the country. Australia is a very secure country to live in with a crime rate of 0.87% as of...

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5 tourist destinations to visit in Costa Rica

5 tourist destinations to visit in Costa Rica

Costa Rica, a Central American jewel, is a natural and ecological paradise with one of the highest biodiversity rates in the planet in proportion to its small territory. It is surrounded by two oceans and adorned by mountains and volcanoes. Its incredible tourist sites make it the perfect vacation destination and also a home for life. Whether you’re looking for a relaxing time or non-stop adventure, Costa Rica will treat you to the most spectacular spots for you to choose your preferred environment. If you don’t know where to start, consider the top five tourist spots in the country below. Take note! San Jose City San José is currently Costa Rica’s tourist site where visitors from around the world meet. This capital city is flooded with places of historic, artistic, development and cultural interest. Among the historic sites in San José is the National Museum, founded in 1887. It originated with the goal of providing the nation with a public space where domestic natural and artistic products could be stored and classified. There is also the Costa Rican Art Museum, with a fine collection of paintings and sculptures by national artists from 1950 onward. Another tourist spot you can’t skip is the Jade Museum in the National Insurance Institute (INS) building. Its exhibition includes a wide collection of archeological ceramic and rock pieces crafted by the Costa Rican indigenous people. You may also like: One-Day Tours in Costa Rica In San José you will also marvel at emblematic buildings such as the Post and Telegraphs Building, Metallic Building, Church of Our Lady of Mercy, National Theater, and Melico Salazar Popular Theater. Fresh water turtles. Tortuguero Tortuguero is one of the major sea turtle nesting sites. Among the turtle species...

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