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Moving to Nigeria

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i Want move to Nigeria Its a dangerous place Yes but i want to move to it I think this is because im Dyspraxic and likes every country it sounds werid moving to a dangerous place but Im not sure if it wil happen


Hi there, thanks for writing to us at Ask Alex.
We want to welcome you and let you know that it takes courage to open up about your feelings and desires, especially when they might seem different or unusual to others. It sounds like you’re grappling with the idea of moving to Nigeria, a place that some people might consider dangerous. It’s okay to have these thoughts and feelings, and it’s important to explore them further.
We hear you mentioning that you’re dyspraxic, and it’s great that you’re aware of how this aspect of yourself might influence your desires and interests. It’s natural to feel drawn to different places for various reasons, whether it’s because of cultural curiosity, personal connections, or simply an adventurous spirit. Your unique perspective and experiences shape your view of the world, and it’s okay to embrace that.
It’s understandable to have concerns about safety, especially when considering a move to a place that might have a reputation for being dangerous. It’s essential to weigh the risks and benefits of such a decision carefully. While it’s okay to dream and explore possibilities, it’s also so important to prioritise your safety and well-being above all else. It would be important to talk to adults in your life about your desires to move before coming to any decisions.
Remember, you are never alone in journeying through these feelings and decisions. The Childline team is here for you, ready to provide support as you explore your options and make decisions about your future. Whether you need someone to talk to, resources to help you research and plan, or simply a listening ear, we’re here 24/7, every day of the year. You can reach us by phone at 1800 66 66 66 or through Live Chat at
Take your time to process your thoughts and feelings, and don’t hesitate to reach out for support whenever you need it. Your well-being is important, and we’re here to help however we can.
Take care of yourself,

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