Indian expatriates in Nigeria
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2 destinations in Nigeria
Indians living in Nigeria
He likes : friendship.movies.acting,football,picnic tour with friends
Occupation : production manager
He speaks ENGLISH,HINDI,MARATHI,MALAYALAM,ARABI
He likes : cricket,movies,music,travel,photography
Occupation : Manager (Technical & Sales)
He speaks English, Hindi, a little bit of French
He likes : movies,photography,meeting people
Occupation : I am an expert mining engineer.
He speaks Hindi, English, Mewari and a little Gujrati also.
He likes : looking fr freinds n more
Occupation : doctor
He speaks english, hindi, marathi, bangla
Occupation : engineer
He speaks english hindi telugu
He likes : meeting people,families,get together,movies,humor...
Occupation : Sales Professional for consturuction field.
He speaks Marwari , Marathi , Hindi , English
He likes : construction,internet surfing,old hindi movies
Occupation : Chartered Civil Engineer
He speaks Hindi,English,Mewari(Rajasthani)
He likes : travelling,food & rinksd
Occupation : Hospitality Expert
He speaks English,Hindi,Malayalam,Tamil & Konkani
He likes : reading books,music & movies
Occupation : SERVICE
He speaks ENGLISH,MARATHI,HINDI
He likes : sports reading travelling
Occupation : business financial consultant
He speaks english hindi marathi
He likes : golf,movies,walking
Occupation : Engineer
He speaks English,Hindi,Bengali
He likes : skiing - hot air ballooning
Occupation : Business
He likes : meeting,club,music,sports
Occupation : Sr.managment
He speaks English,HIndi,french
He likes :
He likes : sports,friends,movies,cultural activities
Occupation : Service
He speaks English, Hindi
He likes : books reading,swiming,internet surfing.
Occupation : pr manager civil
He speaks english,hindi,bengali,little French
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