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Friday, 20 February 2015

Over N600k per month to wash dishes in Australia? Twitter user tells a story + hilarious responses from Nigerians

According to twitter user @optimummedias, you make $25 per hour washing dishes in Adelaide, Australia. Don't know how true this is but the comments from Nigerians about this is hilarious. One person even blamed his great grandfather for not allowing himself to be sold into slavery..lol. See the comments after the cut...


146 comments:

Toronto Finest said...

Better than bankers in Nigeria lol

SOCHIMA Dike said...

Hahaha guys will start rushing for Australia visa chai . If u no get paper dem no go give u job there

Uchechi Favour said...

damn if is true i swear person fit find way travel there o dats real cash during my sis wedding what we paid to those dat washed all the plates dat day was 1500

nnukwunwanyi said...

I wonder where he stupidly hid at dat time,..lmaoooo

Anonymous said...

What's the cost of living? How far does that money go after expenses?

Anonymous said...

VErULE says-is théir frêe ticket?

Ebere said...

Hahahhahahha and am laughing at all the comments geeeeez.naijas get great sense for humour

mary kabiru said...

No comment

kester eke said...

Abeg I won go wash plate oooo..

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Tamia lixir said...

In Nigeria it's a lot of money.

Bonita Bislam said...

Lmaooo and we keep wondering why Nigerians like to travel oversea? Though I thought if this is true

Anonymous said...

....by the time you pay your rent, bills and travel to and from work, you're left with nothing... Don't be fooled...


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CHERRY said...

See cool cash, Lol 9ja for life!

Thomas Aremu said...

Yeah, this is so true am in Australia and the average pay rate is 25 dollar per hour. People make as much as 50 dollar per hour cleaning here... though Australia is a very expensive place to live in they pay you as much as well.

Oluchi Lambert said...

I am already on my way to Australia, see you all when I land Lol.

Techstori said...

Phuck blogging, lets go wash these plates broda. Am in ..hearding to twitter first.

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Anonymous said...

Remember as you make the money in Australia, you will also spend more there and it's not that you will spend naira there

Anonymous said...

I. Dnt blif ds...mayb u wil b lost wen dre...TOMJERRYSWIT

Alloy Chikezie said...

Lol. The truth is thay wherever God has planted us, let us not complain but let us grow. Everybody will want to be in australia to wash plate, but thats not the case. We are in nigeria, lets us grow here and dont complain.


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osondu militus said...

choi!! Chineke too much money abeg who will link me up i swear i can even wash their teeth too

Ziggy Black said...

i need a google map to locate there on my own abeg

igwe Adaobi said...

Lol
People and their comments
But all those money can be wasted on living expenses
How much is their houses
Food
Electricity
Many things are to be considered

Bibian Obunse said...

Lmao, very funny comments, naija no dey carry last for this kain gist...

igwe Adaobi said...

Lol
People and their comments
But all those money can be wasted on living expenses
How much is their houses
Food
Electricity
Many things are to be considered

carina jacob said...

Hilarious comments

Caris Wooler said...

#lmao abeg me sef go wash for 12hours to make it 1.2million in 20days.

Anonymous said...

But even u don't have much left, u'll still live a better life than a graduate working in the bank in Nigeria. The apartment will be lovely, better food etc.

Anonymous said...

i love my 9ija peeps.I am laughing really hard.We always find a way to make ourselves laugh. Nigeria will be great again I believe

Diva Ax said...

Imagine oo

Sharon john said...

If I can see that kind of job I will grab it,than waitin for a white collar job dat can pay well !!!!! #linda am here o #

Sharon john said...

If I can see that kind of job I will grab it,than waitin for a white collar job dat can pay well !!!!! #linda am here o #

Sharon john said...

If I can see that kind of job I will grab it,than waitin for a white collar job dat can pay well !!!!! #linda am here o #

John Ifiok said...

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Cutest Babe said...

Omo! hope its nt a scam for desperate Nigerians......shine your eyes biko

Monica Lawrencee said...

Hahahaha I just love my country men no dull moment.......i have spoken

chimmy onyewuchi said...

Wish it was in Naija.i go wash o

Diva Ax said...

Imagine in Nigeria we work 8to5 for 30days we get 100k...chaii pls show me way

Anonymous said...

Na wa, so washing plates is raking in more money than some graduates are making here in 9ja! Na wa oh! Lol at i'm professional plate washer!

Shina Shine said...

lol washing plate is my hubby got me crack up






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Anonymous said...

Yepa! 600k. And for dish washing? And I call myself a medical doctor with peanuts. God pls I need I need a job ASAP. Useless private hospitals paying peanuts. After 6+yrs in medical school (luth- idiaraba). See what my life has become. Pls show me way to dt dish washin jobooo. If I can cope with dead bodies during autopsies, gross labs(cadavas).changing catheters in urology clinic on thursdays with those big big and pathologic phaluses(brokos), trust me dish washing will be like working for an oil company.

salifu ebiojo said...

God bless my hustle

jonson mathey said...

that is quite an ignorant comment. i live outside Nigeria and i know you can earn up to that amount doing menial jobs. the important thing to consider is the cost of living, for example the cost of yearly rent for a 3 bed flat in lagos would probably be lower than the cost of monthly rent for a room in Australia

Subomi said...

could be true, depends on the hotel, but did they not say cost of living in Australia has gone up big time

Ukay said...

It's a whole different ball game there u know. Over there the money will never look like 600K so don't be deceived

@Osirmah said...

For real??? Who book n degree help na?

FF on IG n Twitter @Osirmah

9jahub.com said...

see gobe oh..

Anonymous said...

Uchechi. It is verrrrrrry true. I am in australia, Melbourne to be precise and i make 33/hr though am nt washing plate ooo. Some people make more than that if u are into mining

Anonymous said...

Am seeing mysef washing it already!!! Gosh can u imagine

LAURAAUJ KAHI said...

LOL@sold into slavery.
Poverty is a curse.

David Kayode said...

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RareSpecie Z said...

Holy Shit. This is more than what i earn crackin my brain in a reputable Organisation. Ebi like say Naija dey fall our hands o. Hope my oga dey read this one.

Anonymous said...

If you are interested travel to Australia contact me

Joizzy Joel said...

Jesus

James said...

Yeah, the pay is very good when you look at it that way but keep in mind that cost of living varies differently between the 2 countries especially for things like housing.

The cost is far greater in Australia. Don't get me wrong, for that money, you could lead a half decent life for a time, but it isn't as much as you'd like to believe.

Eddie punter said...

The minimum wage is 23AUD but you can be lucky to get high employers to fetch you 25-40AUD. It's a nice place to work when you are single to share apartment not couples and the flight is pretty expensive. If you go there go hustle no think of coming back after 2yrs cos na 1month money be ticket.

Anonymous said...

Listen young people,the same amt of money you can make in niga if you are wise.i came to niga for to niga for 2 weeks cabs per drop start at 5k to 15k,in a cool day you can make 20k,in a month that is the same 600k,all you jobless youth that have some nice cars in your compound can pick out one and enter the street,or better still register with the airport and do airport drop and you lot will make lot of money every month.dont always wait for jobs to come you can create one YOUR SELF

Native Doctor said...

Who knows how much they pay Native Doctors over there?
I don pass to wash plates jor.......







Sincerely speaking the mind of Amadioha

Optimal goal said...

Washing plate to earn a living in Australia is far better than working as a banker over here.

Anonymous said...

Yea but by the time u put in ur bills,especially rent which can b like 1000$ per month,then u will see tht some Nigerians are better off..we pay ur 2yrs rent per month here..now tht is only rent..monthly car insurance,electricity and water ,etc..so..sometimes it's way diff than d normal eyes can see..by d time d cousin begin enter geese and loan he won't tell u

Anonymous said...

My brother na God go bless you !

Oluchi sampson said...

most tyms it dosent appear gud as it sounds...i still believe in naija

christie benjamin said...

This one is better employment.....trust Naija people to accept the job ASAP.....lol


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Anonymous said...

heheheheh u guys should stay ooo.buhari we bring. a change.. lol

Nnenne George said...

It's highly impossible. Why do we blow things out of proportion...atleast $15 per hour. Am sure Australia don't pay more for washing plates more than canada..

Anonymous said...

Yall are converting the money....... what 5k will buy over here 25$ wont buy there

Anonymous said...

Guy 4 dis country wey we dey, 600k a month its Gods butter on ur Bread. Even bankers here will ansa "yes sir" 2 a dish water in Australia. Rushing out 2 get my Visa"..

ruth sam said...

Tells u how hard d country Is.

She said...

@MEETDREALEVANS said...

O boy, it time to hustle and goto Australia...

Princess G said...

Lol. So true but the cost of living is also very high

Anonymous said...

Lol. Ur sis and her hubby shuld be arrested 4 dat. Compare 1500 to 30k dats jst wickedness in high places.

Rex Aniah said...

Choi! Jst wishing my dad was a plate washer rather than d accountant he is. Ok, nw it's tym 2 mk up 4 my dad's lapses. *taxi, pls i nid a drop, destination, Australia!*

Juliet Iwuno said...

I go qikly ditch my certificate for dat kind of job, wetin naija dey offer graduates sef??? Linda take note!

Juliet Iwuno said...

I go qikly ditch my certificate for dat kind of job, wetin naija dey offer graduates sef??? Linda take note!

Anonymous said...

Dats a big fat lie. Must u liv in a luxury home. U can share an apartment wit sum1. A small apartment will be jst fyn. @ least lyt dey dia steady. I swear if na me get such opportunity I go 4fit schl. Wen I get dia I'll enrol 4 a beta part time schl.

Anonymous said...

Ma nigga even if The person stays in a house that costs 1k dollars every month you are still making a very honest living and im sure he would probably go for a bachelor flat that costs around 500 .wat is this one saying sef..o kan so oyinbo werey nibi..koshi lo

Anonymous said...

Mehn laff wan finish person here. Nigerians are comedians

ed DREAMZ said...

a.k.a EDWIN CHINEDU AZUBUKO said...
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Lmaooo.... Naija na hell fire i swear.....
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***CURRENTLY IN JUPITER***

Ritzybaby said...

Abeg which of the motor packs dey go Australia here in Nigeria?

Anonymous said...

LOL @ "i am a professional plate washer been doing it for free in my fathers house "ppl n go wound me with laugh.The cost of living in Asutralia though, i would rather be a Locum Doctor in Uk and earn 50 pounds per hour

ary said...

True Nigerians are hilarious! No joke though I see a lot of people queuing up to go wash plate with the title "health inspector"

Anonymous said...

washing plate has been ma favourite domestic job. if u wanna knw anytin i do well in life? check my plate rack

Anonymous said...

quality of life is still way better!!!

Anonymous said...

U can imagine wht u wl earn doing a cool professional job over there in Australia. Truth be told though, not everyone can find their way there. In a nutshell, wherever u are, thank God and strive to be a success.

Ogbewe Godfrey said...

I love plate very well, I think I am qualified, pls rake me dere who kno road ooo,

Anonymous said...

quality of life is still way better!!!

Ricky Ayele said...

Hmmm...

Ricky Ayele said...

Hmmmm!!! No mental activity though..

Anonymous said...

bills! Bills! Bills! No savings! Dats life abroad for you ooo.

Anonymous said...

Funny thing is,you don't even wash with your hands o...The dishwasher will do the washing and you do the sorting cos of health and safety bruhahaha.
...Mama J...

Doc P said...

The guy is not lying at all. As an Australian resident I can guarantee U dat they will scrutinize U down to Ur arse before they give you that job. U go provide police clearance and documents U will not need to get a bank Job in Naija. By the way, Na living expenses go chop all d money go..... Ok u go still have enuff 2 send 2 ur village in Naija.

Anonymous said...

Ur own better. Some get 40k for 8 to 5 for 30days

Jamal Nea said...

let them know,not so easy as u guys thought,u must be there legally not by tourist visa...

yetunde oladeji said...

Hi people, before u all go crazy: australian $ is different from USD o

Kerenhappuch said...

Na to run go, BRT dey go there, chai, seee money, money,money. Hope den go give me corridor sleep for night.kai.money.

# l know who I am#

Anonymous said...

It is for real. However,living cost is also high but at the end of the day, you will break even. Also, the jobs are not that easy to get because you are competing with other immigrants.

fredy obot said...

Lolz I no fit laff oo linda

Anonymous said...

This is bullshit,In Adelaide for that matter south Australia where people find it hard to get a job, this is the biggest lie of the year. I live in perth and you wont even get that in perth. Nurses starts with 24$ an hour, with ur first degree from Aussie uni.

Ovi Banks said...

He is stupid.. do u know the cost of living there is so high.. house rent a month will be almost 80k if not more. .. talk of feeding and electricity. The way he receives dat amount dats how he spent it.. av been der, currently in Turkey. . Not easy to stay in such places cos u spend in dollars as well

Anonymous said...

Nigerians are still looking outside for any form of living in 2015. GEJ has taken us backwards.

Anonymous said...

People like to say shit, look those that work as a carer receive only 20$ an hour, can u imagine this bullshit. How many hours are u going to work for in south Australia. No jobs in South Australia, you wont get good hours and the pay is shit. A nurse with First degree makes 24$ with 2 years experience and they only work for 8 hours a day, so calculate the amount u will earn for a fortnight. Then you will pay ur rent and car loan, couple with power and water bills and other expenses, u are left with nothing at the end of the fortnight>>>>>>>>>>>...

DAMSEL said...

Lol funny comments,I still dnt believe 600k 4 washing plates only.

Miss indomie says so.

Morenikeji Gbadamosi said...

plsssssssssssssssssss excuse me wat is dia in washing plate??????????? d 1 i dey do here sef pass. i will wash it honor. y wunt i was y mtcheww i will even decide aw many hrs i go work wey b say naija u go work n traffic alst 15hrs 50k

Anonymous said...

Some things sound good BUT are not what they seam. Not many people would be paid $25 for washing plates, maybe only for night work, most would be paid $16 an hour....and then you pay TAX. Tax can be up to 48 percent depending on your yearly income, the more you earn the more you pay.
Rent is very expensive so is food.
If you earn $25 an hour in Australia you will have enough money to pay rent(far out of the city) and food and have a small older car. Which you need, Australia is big, transport is pricey, everything is a long distance. You will not have enough money left to do much else, even cloths, clubbing,phone would be a stretch.
SO PUT IT INTO PERSPECTIVE!

Thelma said...

Dishwashing is my hubby,pls how can I get the visa?

Anonymous said...

Nigeria is dead and gone this is proof forget d jokes u can tell some people really mean what they are saying and I don't blame them. I earn 85k I stay at iyanapaja I work in VI transport and feeding finishes dt salary b4 d end of d month am even in debt sef. And I'm nt paaying rent o am staying wit a cousin it's nt like I wanted to work in lag by all means bt its where I got a job after 2years of staying at homme each day am always angry no saving notin..

Anonymous said...

My dear. You must be a prodigal if nothing is left after making such money, I leave in UK and you should still have more than enough left if you are cutting your coat according to your size !!!

Anonymous said...

go check their visa fee fee first. the last time i checked it was $1,500. Visa fee only ooo assuming its still the rate multiply by current dollar rate

Anonymous said...

E b like NA uk U dey live abi?Australia isn't like Ur country where they try to take back everything you earn one way or the other...

Anonymous said...

Sorry ooo but ask them how much tax is...rent, utility every month...don't be deceived

Anonymous said...

Hmmmmm! My people...it's true and there is a but. That's just a side job, you can do other jobs and school at d same time but you have to spend WISELY or else you come home with nothing .

carlos iyke said...

Lol, if this story is confirmed, Nigerians will start applying for Australian visa like never before.
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@Carlos via Nokia Lumia

Anonymous said...

True even in denmark

@lwkmd_naija

Anonymous said...

No matter how high the cos of living there. You'll still have some dollar that you can convert to naira and have a good saving account in nigeria. Bad belle people go soon dey talk rubbish.No b qualification abi white collar job,na money be the main thing. Pocket white collar job plus dat certificate and make money in every way you can.

Samuel Banabas said...

Imagine everybody travels to Australia to wash plate. In fact the population of plate washers will be such that plate washing will be hawked on the streets.

SMURF said...

Nigerians and the sound of anything MONEY.

Anonymous said...

Kai im leaving my fathers house for australia asap......lmao!!!!!lol tweh much money.....lolol j/k

Anonymous said...

Fat arse lie. Have you been abroad before? Poor man for hand go see poor Naija man go wan follow am go o

Anonymous said...

No wonder you fail at blogging...really.."hearding"..shio

Ejike Uzodigwe said...

I bet u 600k can not pay ur bill for a month in Adelaide

Anonymous said...

Nice one.Tell them o #dish washers forum.hahhahah

Anonymous said...

United States Australia Difference
Restaurants [Edit] [Edit]
Meal, Inexpensive Restaurant 10.00 $ 13.32 $ +33.18 %
Meal for 2, Mid-range Restaurant, Three-course 45.00 $ 62.67 $ +39.27 %
McMeal at McDonalds (or Equivalent Combo Meal) 6.50 $ 7.05 $ +8.47 %
Domestic Beer (0.5 liter draught) 3.50 $ 4.70 $ +34.30 %
Imported Beer (0.33 liter bottle) 5.00 $ 5.88 $ +17.51 %
Cappuccino (regular) 3.69 $ 3.16 $ -14.38 %
Coke/Pepsi (0.33 liter bottle) 1.63 $ 2.43 $ +49.10 %
Water (0.33 liter bottle) 1.29 $ 2.03 $ +57.11 %

Markets [Edit] [Edit]
Milk (regular), (1 liter) 1.01 $ 1.13 $ +11.36 %
Loaf of Fresh White Bread (500g) 2.45 $ 2.21 $ -9.60 %
Rice (white), (1kg) 3.09 $ 2.29 $ -25.91 %
Eggs (12) 2.36 $ 3.46 $ +46.98 %
Local Cheese (1kg) 9.58 $ 7.67 $ -19.91 %
Chicken Breasts (Boneless, Skinless), (1kg) 8.02 $ 8.71 $ +8.61 %
Apples (1kg) 3.84 $ 3.36 $ -12.58 %
Oranges (1kg) 3.83 $ 2.88 $ -24.74 %
Tomato (1kg) 3.90 $ 3.84 $ -1.55 %
Potato (1kg) 2.46 $ 2.34 $ -4.88 %
Lettuce (1 head) 1.60 $ 1.87 $ +16.63 %
Water (1.5 liter bottle) 1.78 $ 1.86 $ +4.28 %
Bottle of Wine (Mid-Range) 12.00 $ 11.75 $ -2.08 %
Domestic Beer (0.5 liter bottle) 2.34 $ 3.88 $ +65.74 %
Imported Beer (0.33 liter bottle) 3.38 $ 4.35 $ +28.94 %
Pack of Cigarettes (Marlboro) 6.00 $ 15.67 $ +161.13 %

Transportation [Edit] [Edit]
One-way Ticket (Local Transport) 2.00 $ 3.13 $ +56.68 %
Monthly Pass (Regular Price) 64.00 $ 96.44 $ +50.68 %
Taxi Start (Normal Tariff) 3.00 $ 3.13 $ +4.45 %
Taxi 1km (Normal Tariff) 1.55 $ 1.75 $ +12.46 %
Taxi 1hour Waiting (Normal Tariff) 29.90 $ 38.54 $ +28.91 %
Gasoline (1 liter) 0.83 $ 1.20 $ +44.56 %
Volkswagen Golf 1.4 90 KW Trendline (Or Equivalent New Car) 21,000.00 $ 21,151.59 $ +0.72 %

Utilities (Monthly) [Edit] [Edit]
Basic (Electricity, Heating, Water, Garbage) for 85m2 Apartment 157.26 $ 163.81 $ +4.17 %
1 min. of Prepaid Mobile Tariff Local (No Discounts or Plans) 0.15 $ 0.75 $ +389.92 %
Internet (6 Mbps, Unlimited Data, Cable/ADSL) 46.88 $ 55.68 $ +18.76 %

Sports And Leisure [Edit] [Edit]
Fitness Club, Monthly Fee for 1 Adult 38.19 $ 51.42 $ +34.64 %
Tennis Court Rent (1 Hour on Weekend) 18.35 $ 15.19 $ -17.23 %
Cinema, International Release, 1 Seat 10.00 $ 14.10 $ +41.01 %

Clothing And Shoes [Edit] [Edit]
1 Pair of Jeans (Levis 501 Or Similar) 40.85 $ 77.66 $ +90.13 %
1 Summer Dress in a Chain Store (Zara, H&M, ...) 35.79 $ 52.33 $ +46.19 %
1 Pair of Nike Shoes 77.38 $ 112.59 $ +45.51 %
1 Pair of Men Leather Shoes 84.77 $ 100.72 $ +18.83 %

Rent Per Month [Edit] [Edit]
Apartment (1 bedroom) in City Centre 950.37 $ 1,268.12 $ +33.43 %
Apartment (1 bedroom) Outside of Centre 749.30 $ 907.50 $ +21.11 %
Apartment (3 bedrooms) in City Centre 1,653.32 $ 2,111.36 $ +27.70 %
Apartment (3 bedrooms) Outside of Centre 1,256.02 $ 1,464.93 $ +16.63 %

Buy Apartment Price [Edit] [Edit]
Price per Square Meter to Buy Apartment in City Centre 1,933.99 $ 5,858.58 $ +202.93 %
Price per Square Meter to Buy Apartment Outside of Centre 1,294.53 $ 3,772.31 $ +191.40 %

Salaries And Financing [Edit] [Edit]
Average Monthly Disposable Salary (After Tax) 2,964.31 $ 3,318.74 $ +11.96 %
Mortgage Interest Rate in Percentages (%), Yearly 4.22 5.42 +28.49 %

Last update February, 2015 February, 2015
Contributors: 9009 1444
Data from past: 18 months 18 months
Currency: USD

udeze obumneme said...

Hahahahahha, lmao, lwkmd.. Chai nigerians.. Am so proud of u.

irabo bobby fera favor said...

Lol @ that guy who twit his great grandfather stupidity, lol, they don't have selfish leaders there, like our selfish rulers here, because that is what I call them, we need #change# in our country so that very sue all those white will start running to Nigeria to work. May God do something new in Nigeria from now to election day Amen.

Anonymous said...

Lmao... people can be funny. wishing their grandparents were sold to slavery.

Anonymous said...

Abeg make dem go Australia o, maybe after 10 years and dem never fit build one flay for naija, then they will rethink to go Canada

Anonymous said...

This is bullshit. I lived in Sydney Australia for a few months. You may earn 25dols/hr washing dishes but the money goes right back into the system. You pay exorbitant bills weekly ranging from rent to garbage disposal costs. By the end of the month, you are left with little or nothing. I returned home because I have better opportunities here, living a more prestigious life than washing dishes. They claim they are not racists but racism exists in Australia as well. Believe me people, there is no place like home!

Barr.Wizzy Cee said...

we can make 9ja a better place like Australia








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Anonymous said...

Lol.. See this colleague o. I must agree with you about the payment of doctors in this country; Nigeria which is not it compared to the time consumed working..its really making me think of other things to do asides practising medicine full time. God dey

Anonymous said...

I lived in Australia for 14 months and oh mehn, the kind racism wey dey there no be beans ooo. Gosh. Even Chinco show me racism. I didn't work for a single day cos i was in school but abeg, i don't believe this ish of $25 per hour. Most of my friends earned $15 per hour.

Anyways, i ran back to naija cos i was really lonely. Sydney is really expensive. You will end up saving nothing. I rep naija. LOL.

Anonymous said...


Jes b warned b4 u pack ur stuf,even wt more dan dat per hour,u jes have enuf to sustain urself.dat moni luks big bcos u get away wt a lot of tins here in nigeria.in Australia,dat moni can't do much.And for info sake,d quantity of plate ur washin is notin compared to d kind I've Eva imagined in ur life plus u stand to wash it

Jules Louis said...

Lol @ I've bn doing it for free in my father's house. But to be realistic, that money can't sustain a family over there!

ezeike chioma said...

Hmmm, we ve bn surviving without basic ammenities here in nigeria, I'll shun d bills, shun power supply and manage after all I pay for those things here in nigeria and yet survive without them. save the money back here in nigeria,after 3 years I'll come back to be the biggest gal in town.

Anonymous said...

Lol professional dish washers oh- sign me up
#God is faithful, i love it more prosperity for us
-anonymous
Una twooo much, envy is a disease- dont die ohhhhhh!

Anonymous said...

Sign me up oh.........better that than BH blowing me up oh. Naija you too much!!!!!!!lolololololol.
Oracle of dishes pray for us ohhh...lol

Anonymous said...

Honestly- nigerians make me proud!!!.....carry go nothing do you!!!!:)

Fred Lasisi said...

Linda Ikeji makes at least NGN600,000 in a day...guyz..thats NGN18,000,000.00 Eighteen Milliona naira in a month as a Blogger-online ooooo....guyzzzzzzzzzzz...plate kee.Godforbid....

Anonymous said...

Then what happens to dish washers? It would cost cheaper to use a dish washer.

Anonymous said...

Not true ,į live in brisbane and you earn 22$/hr working the most stupid job like delivering community news papers, rent are paid weekly which is around 120$ per week,all bills inclusive in a shared apartment or 350$ for 2 bedroom house not unit.if you dont drink or smoke then you are on the ladder

Anonymous said...

Į live in brisbane australia and if truly you guys are doctor and not trado doctor,then you are in australia already ,just go on to immi.gov.au there are government sponsor program for prople like you ,Its called regional government sponsorship programm .let me know if you need any assistance

chinwe Nzeh said...

Better than some jobs in Nigeria.

Shirley Shalokpe said...

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Anonymous said...

Wonderful comments, you guys made my evening. I left the work I came to do in the office and I'm here looking at the comments. But truth be told, Nigeria paycheck is too poor. All these suit wearing people you see in Lagos, na hungry people most of them be. As a recruiter, I have interviewed people, managers making 50 and 60,000 naira per month. I have been there too. no savings at the end of the day. Thank God my life don better now with better job wey dey pay me armed robber salary. Anybody wey see road to leave Naija should not look back. All those saying Naija is better, how many Nigerians have good life here. I have suffered in Lagos sotee i left my job cos it was just plain slavery. My rash decision brought me to where I am today. Nigerians dont pay well I will say it anywhere anyday. Period! Gone are the days when people use bankers as examples of people who make good money. Na lie now o! Bankers are not d kokos. Ask a banker if he wants another job and see what his reply will be.

Anonymous said...

Money is not everything. Even if you are making a lot of money here in Nigeria there are lots of things you are not making here. Besides the earth is too large for you to die in one corner. Better go out there and see what life has in stock for you. You talk of racism, what of the tribalism we face here everyday inside our own country? For those complaining of loneliness abroad, better marry and born children. taking them to school and to the parks alone will give you more than enough company. No excuses duh!

Ade Olasengbe said...

One can do it for 2years & become a millionaire. Forget pride.

admin said...

Thank you!


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