– A Nigerian man has celebrated becoming a British citizen and getting engaged to his lover
– The man simply identified as Ikeoluwa took to social media to celebrate his achievements
– Nigerians flooded the comment section of his post on Twitter to congratulate him and wish him well
A Nigerian man identified as Ikeoluwa has taken to social media to celebrate his achievements after becoming a British citizen and getting engaged to the love of his life.
Ikeoluwa with the Twitter handle handle @__tunde got people on the social media platform talking as congratulatory messages poured in for him.
The young man shared two images on Twitter. In one of the images, he could be seen with his citizenship certificate as he posed close to a framed picture of the Queen.
In the second picture, Ikeoluwa could be seen hugging the love of his life after popping the question.
Tweep with the Twitter handle @BajewoluOla wrote:
“Our country makes us feel so inferior that we count becoming a citizen of any western country as a huge achievement….congrats anyways.”
“Congratulations! Let’s plan your honeymoon. We also provide planning, logistics and coordination services for destination weddings.”
“I’m happy for you brother. I’m coming to UK for my COC very soon.”
“This is what we call “everything na double double”. Double blessings… Congratulations…. may more blessings follow you…”
“The first is not supposed to be an achievement but when you look at where you are coming from, it is a very big achievement and I am very happy for you brother. A big congratulations on both win brother.”
“Congratulations and welcome to our family.”
Below are other reactions:
In a similar news, people look forward to second citizenship for various reasons. To some, it may be the need to belong to a place where they feel most secure and welcomed, others’ perhaps could be the thirst to belong to a country where things ‘work’ better.
A Nigerian lady on Wednesday, August 5, took to Twitter to celebrate her latest achievement as she fulfilled her UK dream.
In a post, she called herself the latest British babe in town as she flaunted her citizenship certificate posing close to the framed picture of Queen Elizabeth.
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