Reactions as Nigerian man prints resume on rolled up banner, places it in secretariat, pleads with Oyetola government for job – nigerian News 24/7

  • Nigerian man identified as Oyebowale Oladayo contacted Governor Gboyega Oyetola of Osun State to give him a job
  • The man who is currently running his master’s program printed his curriculum vitae on a banner and placed it at the entrance to the State Secretariat
  • Oladayo’s roll-up banner was posted on LinkedIn and Nigerians responded to the development; many people wished him good luck

One Nigerian, Oyebowale Oladayo, got people talking on social media after he wrote his resume on a rolled up banner and contacted Governor Gboyega Oyetola of Osun State to tell him he needed a use.

In a LinkedIn post by Ore Afolayan, Oladayo’s banner has a photo of Governor Oyetola. He begged the governor to give him a job, adding that he wanted to be a responsible father.

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Nigerian man made social media talk with his banner rolled up
Oyebowale Oladayo took the bull by the horn by printing his CV on a roll-up banner. Photo credit: Ore Afolayan / LinkedIn
Source: UGC

Oladayo placed the rolled up banner at the entrance to the Osun Secretary of State.

The man’s resume reveals that he is from the Egbedore Local Government Area in Osun State. He graduated with a Social Studies degree from Ado Ekiti University in 2010.

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Oladayo is currently conducting his Masters in Peace and Conflict Resolution at the University of Ilorin.

Many react

Adéronke Salami said:

“I hope he gets a role soon.”

Lauretta Onyewuotu wrote:

“Comment for more scope. I wish him success.”

Irenitemi Abolade said:

“I think he needs a CV review and maybe a little volunteering and community service to report as work experience … it’s hard to find someone who would hire a” novice “these days, but it’s not impossible. Either way, I hope a company will take a risk for him.”

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Emmanuel Ndirika commented:

“Even me here … It’s like I’ll be carrying my sign soon and going down the street.”

Nigerian woman hits Abuja street with cardboard to beg for work

In other news, a Nigerian lady, Egbohaghe Victoria, took the bull by the horn and showed that she is not going to give up anytime soon.

Victoria took to the streets of Abuja with a card that read: “Please, I need a job”.

On the sign, she clarified her qualification, claiming that she had a bachelor’s degree in international relations. Below is his email. At the top of the box is a plea that she really needs a job.



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