AS Canada plans to welcome 411,000 immigrants in 2022, Joy Osiagwu speaks to several members of a Nigerian-Canadian family in the federal capital Ottawa and the prospects for an ever-growing number of Nigerians seeking to migrate to Canada in the coming years.
Garry and Ibinabo Franklin
In the video below, Franklin Garry and his family tell the story of their journey to Canada in 2017. His wife, Ibinabo and two of their children, Nicole and Preye, shared stories about the beauty of multiculturalism in Canada and the role of student-teacher relationships for a better future.
Also, Samusideen Kazeem, an Immigration consultant, shares statistics about Nigerian migrants to Canada between 2015 and 2019; Ibinabo Garry talks about the
pitfalls of the immigration journey for Nigerians.
The High Commissioner of Nigeria to Canada, Ambassador Adeyinka Asekun, in the video, also calls for caution and due diligence in the application process and Immigration consultant, Samusideen, further addresses the prospects for 2022 as more Nigerians take advantage of Canada's Immigration levels plan.
In future editions of this special reporting, Osiagwu will explore aspects of the immigration process, more true-life stories, the pitfalls of relying on dubious "agents", and the latest policy changes that will impact all applicants who wish to migrate to Canada.
Watch video below: