#GoodbyeNigeria is topping charts on Twitter as Nigerians are reacting to the rate at which the youths are leaving the country.
On Twitter, some Nigerians who have traveled out of the country are posting their pictures at the airport or in foreign countries, with the caption ‘Goodbye Nigeria’.
Other captions used by Twitter users to describe their escape out if Nigeria include ‘#ProtonVPN deleted’, ‘#Japa’ and ‘welcome to a new dispensation’.
Read some of the reactions over the ‘Goodbye Nigeria’ trends below:
@midasnonso, “goodbye Lagos, goodbye Nigeria, new life, new city, new hustle”
@isiong_mfoniso “ I’m done with the hate you showered me “GoodbyeNigeria”
@DrDaniels_A, When I see tweets saying “ Goodbye Nigeria” you can’t imagine my joy… I think to myself “ Yes, thank God! Another life saved.”
@ezele_nick, GoodbyeNigeria, The evil you’ve done is enough
@AmirttheTT “ The God that did it for me will do it for you too #GoodbyeNigeria
@agbolutai, said, “A country that has several means of transportation and is spiced with electric cars has no excuse for the madness going on at gas stations. No, it’s not acceptable. Goodbye Nigeria indeed.”
@oagbama“Everybody just dey japa o.Goodbye Nigeria has never hit this hard! Which way Nigeria in Sunny Okosun voice!”,
@oluwa_win said, “It looks like I’m the only one remaining in this country. Everywhere on my timeline is Goodbye Nigeria and Welcome to New dispensation. God! Where is your face?”
@ obikoyaemmanue1“My turn for Goodbye Nigeria will soon come. I can’t wait to leave this country.”
@omofebruary,” I fantasied about this day, I dreamt about this day, I prayed about this day, I prayed for this day to happen, I worked and saved for this day, Finally God made it happen!!! Welcome to a new dispensation. God bless Nigeria & thank you for the opportunity #Japa
@powerful198,“To be honest, it’s also my wish. I’ve already obtained my international passport and am preparing for the next phase.”
Also another tweep reads; @iamparabola,” Goodbye Nigeria we landed safely.”