See what this Nigerian man said to his employer, that made him lost a 200k job.
When it comes to composure, some people are very bad at it, a Nigerian man lost job because of what he said to his employer during the interview.
The man lost a job which he passed the interview successfully, but lost the job because of the way he addressed the interviewer.
This news was made known by an online popular journalist, Kemi Olunloyo who made it known in recent post on Twitter handle where told a story of man who lost a N200k job in Lekki for calling the boss 'uncle' during interview.
We really need to change the way we relate and converse with people, this man lost a promising job all because of the informal he addressed his boss, this might serves as a lesson to every one who calls their boss "daddy", "uncle", "chairman", learn to speak formally during business meetings and when you go for job interviews.
Please Stop addressing people with titles you feel comfortable with, accord everyone with the proper respect they deserve.
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