In the final episode of this series, Ajibola joins me in a conversation about the choices that we make in terms of how we want to exist in a culture that’s different to ours and subliminally tells us to adopt that of our hosts. Do we crumble under the pressure? Listen to find out! ^ ^ Remember to connect with us on social media at @themigrantmuslimah on Instagram and at @migrantnigerian on twitter to continue the conversation ^ ^
Jibola joins me in this episode and we talk about our personal experiences with racism. We explore our different approaches to racial issues and Jibola also gives some advice on how to handle racism from fellow Muslims. I hope you’ll enjoy this episode, but most importantly, I hope you’ll take something away from it. Don’t forget to follow me on Instagram at @themigrantmuslimah, on Twitter at @themigrantnigerian and on Facebook at @sarafasola
In this episode, I am joined by Femi; a fellow Nigerian migrant living in the UK. We talk about our spending and saving habits and how these have changed since moving abroad. Femi also gives some insights into the credit-based system of the UK.
In this Episode, Lola and I are talking about our journey to the UK and the compromises and/or sacrifices we made in our career and work life. We also talk about the importance of work experience over amassing qualifications. Lola also shares her passion and journey towards being a successful entrepreneur in the U.K.
Sharing honest, hilarious and poignant Immigrant life-stories and experiences through the lens of Nigerians living in the West.
We were born and raised in Nigeria, but we grew up and discovered ourselves, away from home.
Hosted by Sara Fashola