Russian-born Nigerian actress and content creator, Fari Elysian, has revealed love is the reason why she relocated from Russia to Nigeria in the latest episode of The Time podcast hosted by Victoria Gure and Folasade Abimbola.
The thespian revealed that her move to Nigeria was sparked by love, explaining, “I came to Nigeria because of a man. I was in love. I relocated to Nigeria in 2020. I’ve been here for three years now. And it’s beautiful. It’s amazing.”
Discussing the trend of Nigerians relocating abroad for better opportunities, Fari shared her perspective, saying, “People want something they don’t have; they appreciate something they don’t have more. Me coming here, it was all new to me. It was something I don’t have. I never had, and I’ve it now. So, it’s like something new. It’s exotic.”
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She emphasized the self-discovery aspect of her journey, stating, “I found myself here. I discovered myself here. The same thing for Nigerians that are traveling out. People always want something they don’t have. It has always been like that.”
Fari’s story adds a touch of romance to the broader narrative of individuals making life-altering decisions for love, underscoring the powerful influence that matters of the heart can have on one’s life path. Stay tuned for more captivating stories and insights on The Time podcast.