Getting education and getting a job in Nigeria are two taxing things that every average Nigeria must face and defeat if blue collar job is your dream job, sometimes, some people face the first one, "education" not necessarily because they need it to get a job but because they don't want to be referred to as "non graduate" or illiterate.Despite the level of unemployments and underemployments in Nigeria, every year, millions of people still write Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) examinations, with the hope and dream to further their studies.It is not news in Nigeria and even the world, that before one can get a job (whether good or bad job), the word "connection" is necessary because that is the only thing that can get you connected, mind you, "connection" is not wholly a word, it also involves people, in fact, these people are the real "connection" without them, the word is dead. With the aforesaid, I will now toss my question to you.
Can you burn/destroy your National Youth Service Corps certificate or your Degree or Masters or Doctorate certificate for just thirty (30) billion naira?
Yes!!! that is my question.Please drop your thoughts and please follow me for more updates. Thank you.
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