Nigerians are really doing well across the world. You won’t believe that even South Sudan is not left out in the dominance of Nigerians, especially of Igbo tribe.
Here’s Chigozie Dim, who left the shores of this country after graduating from the Department of Mass Communication, Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu University (COOU) several years ago. He initially headed to Ghana then left for South Sudan when he spotted lucrative fertile land there.
Today, Chigozie is the richest Igbo man in South Sudan, having two private secondary schools and five provision stores in the busy city of Yambio, which is the capital of Gbudue, one of the states in South Sudan. He decided to stay aware from Juba, the country’s capital to avoid unnecessary attention.
He arrived Nigeria a few days ago and plans to empower five graduates of mass communication with huge sums of money if they’re ready to jet out of Nigeria to the city of Yambio, South Sudan with him.
Speaking to journalists at the Asaba airport, Chigozie expressed his willingness to change the fortune of his fellow graduates for good. “I plan to fund the businesses of five mass communication graduates from COOU for a start. Those who are ready to follow me back to South Sudan will benefit from this plan. That’s the only way I can give back to the society. South Sudan is a fine country. On a very good day you’ll really do well in business over there,” he said.
NB; Please don’t mind us. This is Chigozie Dim, former President of National Association of Mass Communication Students (NAMCOS) who graduated a few years ago from COOU. He is in Nigeria with his lovely wife.