FOR GREENER PASTURES I MIGRATED WITH A SEVEN WEEK PREGNANCY, MY HUSBAND AND A DREAM, NURSE TOPE SHARES HER STORY FROM DIASPORA

 MY AGENCY TRANSFERRED AND SOLD MY CONTRACT TO THE STATE, INITIALLY I WAS NOT HAPPY AND WAS CONFUSED ABOUT RELOCATING TO ANOTHER STATE, BUT LITTLE DID I KNOW IT WAS A BLESSING IN DISGUISE

Tope oladimeji is a registered nurse in the state of Virginia and Nigeria, she obtained  an associate degree from the Lagos state teaching hospital school of nursing in Nigeria and a Bsc. in Nursing from  Grand Canyon University in America respectively. She is a wife, a mother and owns a budding yet successful scrub line business in America. Currently she is a Nurse unit manager in one of the state's psychiatry hospital in  Virginia and studying for a Master's degree in psychiatric mental health nurse practitioner.

Nurse Tope shares her story on why and how she came to the United states of American with her husband and a seven-week-old pregnancy, she left Nigeria for greener pasture because even though she had a good job back home in Nigeria, she was not making enough money to cater for her needs and the money was never coming in when due and needed the most, also she needed to experience something different and better in her career. Before coming to America, she had tried migrating to other countries, like the United Kingdom, Canada and even Australia but all effort to move to those countries proved abortive, until she went through an agency " O' Grady Peyton international". The agency took charge of all the migration process from start to finish and guided her through  from the NCLEX examination which she traveled all the way to Philippine to write, to the interviews and Employment. Migrating to America was more than a dream come true and a goal for her, to her it was a ticket to attaining greener pastures both financially and professionally, as she always wanted more than working just to pay rent and she was also tired of the ill treatment of the nursing profession in Nigeria. 

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