Over the years one of the social malaise that has held Nigeria in the jugular is youth unemployment. Many young Nigerians who have graduated -- even with good results -- from the Universities were meant to roam the streets of urban areas like Lagos and Port Harcourt in search of ever-elusive job opportunities.
Most of these youths who are desperate for jobs are being taken advantage of by some organizations that use every Machiavellian way to hoodwink and extort them. These pseudo organizations created a dubious system that ended up flattering to deceive the hapless and helpless jobless youths into paying for so-called useless training/interviews.
However, a young Nigeria lady with the Twitter handle @Omotayo-Visial, who seems to have fallen victim to the job scam, has taken her time to list out all the places job seekers should avoid going for interviews in Lagos.
Here are some of the reactions of people on Twitter, some of which are hilarious:
It is sad that some people are out to rip off their fellow struggling Nigerians for pecuniary gains. It is unfortunate!
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