- A young man, Adeniyi, has proven that one can work with any company in the world while being thousands of miles away
- The tech specialist got a job with a Canadian company as a Nigerian resident and he will be working virtually
- Adeniyi said with his new success, he maintains a high hope of becoming a Canadian resident soon
A man identified as Adeniyi now has every cause to celebrate after he got his dream job with a Canadian digital agency.
In a post on Monday, March 1, the man said that though he will be working remotely from Nigeria, he someday hopes to relocate to the country.
Many joined in celebrating his massive win as people said they wish they had the same blessing as his.
There were those who also offered prayers, adding that his wish to become a resident of Canada will also soon become a reality.
See his post below:
As at the time of writing this report, his tweet has gathered close to 8,000 likes with over 1,000 comments.
Briefly.co.za compiled some of the reactions below:
"Congratulations. You go enter physically soon by God’s grace. Amen."
"Village People no go see you stop ijn. Good luck boss."
"Amen. And we shall. Any pointers for us?"
"Congrat....God when do your own go do mine too."
"By the grace of God you go enter physically in Jesus name Amen."
"I tap from your grace, I will get a job real soon."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that the new year is well underway and many people are having bright new starts. A beautiful young South African woman is one of those who are celebrating fresh and happy beginnings in the form of a new job.
The young lady with the Twitter handle @sphe_nyandeni recently headed to the app to share the news that she had just signed a contract for her new job. In the same post, she also says that she will be living in a new city - how exciting.
"Just signed my first employment contract. I’m officially employed. A new province, new city. Won’t God do it?" she wrote, clearly overjoyed.
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