No work open doors in China for Nigerians — Envoy

Mr Wale Oloko, the Consul-General of the Federal Republic of Nigeria in Guangzhou, China, on Wednesday reprimanded youthful Nigerians seeking to movement to China

Mr Wale Oloko, the Consul-General of the Federal Republic of Nigeria in Guangzhou, China, on Wednesday rebuked youthful Nigerians trying to movement to China for work purposes to look somewhere else.
Oloko told said in Lagos that it had been and would keep on being troublesome for untalented Nigerians to secure even modest occupations among the Chinese.
The emissary general, be that as it may, said that it was just “astoundingly talented” Nigerians in computerized reasoning, Information Technology and different territories that could be considered for work in China. “Nigerians needing to movement to China for businesses must welcome the way that China as of now has a populace of around 1.4 billion individuals. “Also, the Chinese government needs to first have the capacity to give work to them. “Furthermore, there is the dialect boundary for Nigerians needing to get work in China to battle with. “Let me subsequently say that there are very little work open doors for Nigerians or different outsiders who need to movement to any piece of China to do modest occupations,” he said. The delegate general said that lone Nigerians who were “astoundingly great” in a few regions yet to be investigated by the Chinese were probably going to get work offers in China. Oloko, who was going by Nigeria in order to fortify China and Nigeria relations, said that China was presently great to Nigerians who might visit for study, tourism and organizations. He said that the more than 70, 000 Nigerians that flew out to the Guangdong Province in 2016, had gone by the Chinese territory for organizations, tourism, training and medicinal services. (NAN)

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