- Agaba Aziz put his pride aside to ask for help through social media recently
- Agaba shared two images of himself holding signs asking tweeps to assist him in securing a job
- Agaba has qualifications and experience but took to social media to help him get through this tough time
@AgabaAziz is using social media to assist him with getting a job. Agaba shared two images of himself holding a sign with all his details and qualifications to Twitter. Agaba has a Bachelor's degree in business statistics.
Looking at Agaba's Twitter profile, he seems to have over 14 000 followers. Part of his sign read: 'Kindly get me a job'. He added two cellphone numbers as well as his email address. At the bottom right, Agaba shared a quote asking people to help secure his future.
In a tweet response, Agaba added that he has experience in qualitative and quantitative research and stated that any job to do with accounting or finance would be appreciated.
Take a look at Agaba's tweet below:
Below are just a few of the responses he received:
"In my opinion, it's better you get a firm that can take you up, volunteer for 6 months or a year impress am sure if they don't retain you, they will recommend you. It's the fastest way to get into your industry before specialising. Don't give up the start is always hard."
"All the best lad, you are brave enough. Lemme post this on my WhatsApp status too. Probably there could be someone looking for your skills."
@bushenyibuoy quote tweeted with:
"I surely wish you all the best bro. I know how it’s not easy to get a job."
In other heartwarming news, Briefly.co.za recently reported on a six-year-old girl who penned a sweet note to her unemployed dad. @longe_taiwo recently headed to Twitter to share a picture of the touching note his daughter had written to him on her sixth birthday about the gift he promised to buy her - an iPad.
In the note, the thoughtful little one lets her dad know that she is aware of his financial situation and the fact that he is unable to afford the iPad. She then asks him not to worry too much because God will soon send him a good job.
"I know you did not buy it because you do not have money, don't worry you hear? God will provide a good job and plenty of money for you, you hear?"
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