February 2, 2023

A popular indigenous singer, Fakoya Abdulqudus Oluwadamilare, professionally known as Qdot, has recounted how he almost fell in trap of ‘Japa gone wrong’ as he shared his experience.

The singer, in a documentary he shared on his social media timeline, said he and others who went on the trip were told they were going to America. 

Qdot shared his journey to Libya by road and it has got many talking online.

He said, “They told us we were going to America, not knowing that they were taking us all to Libya”.

Qdot, who mostly spoke in the Yoruba language in the video revealed he was working as a factory worker at that time and he had to raise money for the trip to leave Nigeria.

However, it turned out to be a long road trip where he had doubt midway and had to cut it short to return to Nigeria.

The singer revealed he suffered, and wasted his time and money as he advised Nigerians planning to relocate to go through the proper channel. 

Watch the video below:

Social media users expressed their thoughts as they took to comment section. Some reactions are shown below:

__khaleedah said, “Same way I found my self in Oman😢as a Maid instead of dubai cus I was told my destination is dubai😰in fact the Agent told us not to tell nobody till I got there💔it’s well.”

agagamusic said, “To become a man is not a day job”.

laylatul_qadr_ said, “Only does who have face the journey can understand so many people don paye ontop this matter.”

ayam_debby_gold said, “To be a man is not easy bro 😢thank God for life 🙏🏻”.

emmanuel_jem1 said, “Baba thank God for life am once in Libya too before getting to Italy but all thanks to God if not God 🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏🙏”.

opeyemi_ademeso said, “Kazeem you no try o😂”.

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