Many people in Africa not only Cameroon think that the hardest part about "falling bush" or Migrating abroad is actually getting the Visa. When you get the Visa then everything else will be smooth sailing. Unfortunately, getting the Visa is just the tip of your problems. I won't blame the ones who want to come over by all cost because just like the woman in the Video said, when the "bush fallers" come back home to Cameroon they "look fresh, happy, good looking, drive cars, have Euros" etc etc. But what those bush fallers fail to explain is that the display of "wealth" came from working double jobs, sweeping floors, cleaning old peoples rubbish in nursing homes, working 12-13 hours a day without time to eat a complete meal not to talk of family time, all for what?? to show sey you don "reach"?. By the time they go on holidays back home they have worked themselves to the bone. Of course it would seem then as though they have all the money in the world to spend, "America come down". When family members and friends see this show of wealth, what mentality do we want them to have?? Yet when we come back to "bush" we start complaining at the number of people who call us for "send me small thing". This cycle just wets the appetite of those we leave behind to want to fall bush (move abroad) as well. To the point that even if we tell them life is hard they will also say, let us come and experience it first hand.
In the same vein many African/Cameroonian women are running online to find their own "white skin" who fills their heads with fake marriage promises. Sweet little lies. At the end of the day, when their "White Man" brings them over to the West, he uses them as sexual nonsenses before Pimping them out on Europe's streets...then they experience the hard life first hand. My people, wahala dey o
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