I think (and please do correct me if I’m wrong) that you really need the money and are hoping that Forex is going to be the solution. I’m Nigerian and I understand the economic perspective you’re coming from.
If I am correct in my assumption then there are two things you need to know:
You really can make money in forex.
This is what attracts us all afterall isn’t it?
There is no definite timeline before the expected profitability is achieved.
And this is where the problem comes in, in your case you feel trading for two years and without yet achieving profitability isn’t acceptable.
In truth you need to ask questions. Two years was enough for many successful traders to achieve profitability. But it doesn’t mean there’s something wrong with your ability. Maybe you’re just an outlier and require a bit longer to achieve the same results (it happens).
Finally you need to understand that trading with little capital (undercapitalization) and trying to make any significant profits doesn’t really go hand in hand. The pressure to double your balance more often than not psychologically forces you into behaving irrationally while trading.
Your focus really should be on trading profitably and consistently (will you be satisfied with a $20 profit on your $100 capital after one year of stressful trading?).
If you manage this then the money will come.
Just my opinion though, I hope you find something useful within in there.