Popular reality star and chef, Uriel Oputa has written about the difference between her time in Nigeria and the United Kingdom (UK).
In a post shared on her Instagram stories during the early hours of today, Tuesday, June 21, the reality star mentioned that every Nigerian deserves to experience and live a quality life.
Oputa, who is the niece of renowned musician and political activist, Charles Oputa aka Charly Boy, stated that Nigerians need to step outside the shores of the country for their own ‘peace of mind.’
Uriel, who is also a chef, revealed that staying or living in Nigeria has become so stressful and that she fell sick in the country and even had high blood pressure.
The reality star added that when one travels abroad “you will not see the need to flaunt your wealth because in the UK even a cleaner earns well and nurses drive very expensive cars.”
Speaking about her well being, she said as soon as she entered London from Nigeria, peace of mind became her friend.
Read her statement below;
When you travel abroad, you will understand all the noise to show we have arrived in Naija is pointless. Cleaner for UK dey make money. Nurse dey drive Range.
As soon as I enter London, peace of mind na my friend. One time, I even enter train with Sir Richard Branson, a multi-billionaire. Even flat stomach muscle way I dey look for in Lagos eh don appear for my body in London. Chai. Let me Rest in JN