Once have I spoken and twice have you heard that what God can't do doesn't exist, and God doesn't need the permission of your village people to uplift you from your current status. Some time ago, a lady's photo went viral after she was caught on camera, stranded and holding a placard seeking for a job. The picture she shared touched many hearts and they wondered how on earth did the country got to a stage in which graduates with high qualifications, had to go extra miles to get a job. The situation of things in the country is more like "Keep your qualifications aside and hustle like a dropout". You don't need a soothsayer to tell you that getting a job after graduation isn't easy any more.
According to report reaching the desk of PACKET TRACER from Instablog9ja, the lady whose photo went viral while seeking a job, has taken to her Twitter handle to share her employment status. God finally changed her status from unemployed to employed, and this is indeed a good news.
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