“God came through for me” –  Lady joyful as she becomes a store owner in UK after months of joblessness

A young lady recounts how she abandoned her booming business in Nigeria for the UK only to struggle with joblessness before finally starting a provision store.

A social media user identified as @debs5040 took to the TikTok video-sharing platform to narrate her struggle after relocating to the UK.

According to the lady, she paid her school fees in full before relocating to the European country with a student visa.

Unfortunately, after completing her academics, she battled to secure a job, forcing her to continue spending money made in Nigeria for months to sustain herself before starting a provision store.

How I became a store owner in UK after months of being jobless
“I left a very very thriving business in Nigeria to come to the UK. School fees paid from Nigeria and came with enough money to sustain me. I didn’t want to do care jobs, so i kept applying for other jobs while changing Naira to pounds to take care of my bills.

“After about 5 months of receiving “unfortunately” the frustration set in. Oh I crieddddd! Many times i wanted to go back home but my mum would keep discouraging me because i had dashed out almost all my stuff.
I questioned God and questioned myself why I left Nigeria permanently because i was already a frequent traveler to the UK for vacation.

“To cut the long story short, God came through for me and here I am again doing what i know how to do best. “Business”. I pray God comes through for everyone.”

Watch the video below …

@debs5040

I left a very very thriving business in Nigeria to come to the UK. School fees paid from Nigeria and came with enough money to sustain me. I didn’t want to do care jobs, so i kept applying for other jobs while changing Naira to pounds to take care of my bills. After about 5 months of receiving “unfortunately” the frustration set in. Oh I crieddddd! Many times i wanted to go back home but my mum would keep discouraging me because i had dashed out almost all my stuff. I questioned God and questioned myself why I left Nigeria permanently because i was already a frequent traveler to the UK for vacation. To cut the long story short, God came through for me and here I am again doing what i know how to do best. “Business”. I pray God comes through for everyone.

♬ Agbara Olorun po – Clement whyte

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