He claimed that after his cousin failed to pick him up at the airport, he was left on his own to navigate the situation with the aid of some total strangers.
“Before I left Nigeria for Canada, my family members told me “Victor don’t worry, your distant cousin is in Winnipeg, he’ll take care of you” Omo na so I reach Winnipeg the distance my cousin put between us was like damn bro aren’t we family no more, we grew up together.
He would not even answer my calls, we met like once and mans didn’t even come pick me up at the airport when I arrived. It was literally strangers I’ve never met that put me through. Sometimes family is just blood, a stranger can do what a family member can never do for you
It’s the fact that my guy promised me so many things and I needed guidance for sure; I arrived in Canada at the end of January, the start of winter, and was three weeks behind in class. If he had told me right out of the bath that I would have to figure out my way, I wouldn’t have even been tripping about me being distant.
I was 3 weeks late, class already started . Arrived in late January, and it took me a week of daily 35-minute walks through the snowstorm to completely understand how the Winnipeg metro system operated. Got unwell on my 2nd week. Started regretting why I chose Winnipeg (because of my cousin).”