- A young man named Angel Onuoha has had a big breakthrough after the coronavirus pandemic forced him out of business
- Seven months after that horrible experience, the young man got a job as an associate product manager at Google
- In a post on Twitter, the man stressed the fact that blessings are associated with an individual's fate
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A Nigerian man identified as Angel Onuoha has achieved greatness despite the setback he faced due to the Covid-19 pandemic this year.
Onuoha said that because of the devastating economic effects of the outbreak, he had to shut down his business and that dampened his spirits so much.
Seven months after, the man had a big reason to celebrate as Google gave him a big job to become its associate product manager.
In a Twitter post on Tuesday, October 27, the man said that “all good things come with time”. Many have since congratulated him on the new feat.
See his post below:
His post on the 'bird app' had received close to 7 000 likes with hundreds of comments as at the time of writing this report.
Below are some of the reactions his tweet got:
"Congratulations. I pray mine works out for me too."
"It will be a pleasure to work with you for a new Nigeria."
"Congratulations brother!!! Wish you all the best in your new role."
"Congratulations bro... More wins... Another Noogler from the EMEA Region."
"Great job man. Congrats and best wishes for your future."
"Congratulations man. Keep soaring high."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that another high-achieving African guy, Ekene Ashinze, achieved great success despite the trying time caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
On Monday, August 3, Ekene announced that he got employed by Microsoft as a software engineer, a job he started three months ago. He said that it was an awesome opportunity working with the company as he has been able to “meet and work with a lot of great minds”.
What made Ekene’s story very inspiring was that his journey as a developer started many years ago when he began coding on his mobile phone. In an interview in 2018, he said that he faced a great challenge when he lost the device and had to stop for a while because of that.
A meeting with a person he called Segun Abisago re-charted his path as he gave him a laptop, a gesture he said stoked up his passion for coding.
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