Mechanical Engineer Graduate Turns Petty House Painter to Survive, Shares His NYSC Photo

Mechanical Engineer Graduate Turns Petty House Painter to Survive, Shares His NYSC Photo

- A Nigerian man with the Twitter handle @JESSEDREVIVAL has said that he had to become a painter because there was no formal job

- The mechanical engineer showcased his hustle on the bird app as he tagged relevant handles

- To show he indeed is a graduate, he shared a snap of himself in NYSC uniform, holding his service certificate

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A Nigerian graduate with the handle @JESSEDREVIVAL who studied mechanical engineering in school has taken to Twitter to showcase the work he is doing for survival.

It is no news that many Nigerians struggle to get a befitting job nowadays as more people are becoming 'accidental entrepreneurs'.

Nigerian mechanical engineer graduate turns petty house painter to survive, shares his NYSC photo
The young man posed in his NYSC uniform. Photo source: @JESSEDREVIVAL
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In a tweet on Thursday, May 13, the Nigerian man shared a photo of himself at work and a snap showing when he got his National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) certificate.

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Tagging President Muhammadu Buhari on Twitter among other handles, he said that he had to make a career switch because the Nigerian government had failed him.

His work snap has him holding a paint bucket in a room that is undergoing a decoration process.

Though his tweet has not gathered many reactions as at the time of writing this report, a tweep, @DangoteOfData, told him to keep his good work up.

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See his tweet below:

Meanwhile, Briefly News earlier reported that a Nigerian lady, Romoke Adunbarin, took to social media to talk about her life working as a cleaner.

In a Twitter post on Friday, April 30, the lady said when a colleague asked her why she likes sharing photos of herself in a cleaner's uniform, she replied that "it doesn't matter..."

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Tweeps took to her comment section to praise her for being true and not living a fake social media life as many do.

Speaking with Briefly News, the lady said being a cleaner was never the plan, adding that it became necessary as a way to get out of poverty and make something good for herself.

She said growing up, her options at getting the best opportunity were limited.

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Source: Briefly News

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