If you can’t get a job, create one - Patoranking advises fans

If you can’t get a job, create one - Patoranking advises fans

- Nigerian singer, Patoranking has taken to social media to share his two cents on unemployment in the country

- The reggae and dancehall singer advised his fans to create jobs

- Patoranking said that if they cannot get a job, they should create one

The situation of things in Nigeria is one that has a number of people complaining from time to time especially over the high rate of unemployment.

It is no longer news that many youths are unemployed and a higher number of them are even unemployable due to the education system.

Despite that, this has not stopped hopefuls from searching for jobs to that they can fend for themselves and foot basic bills.

Just recently, Nigerian reggae and dancehall artiste, Patoranking, took to social media via his Twitter page to share his take on unemployment in the country.

According to the music star, if one cannot get a job, they should create one.

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In his words: “If You can’t get a Job Create 1”.

See his tweet below:

Interesting.

Just recently, Legit.ng reported that Patoranking said that he is currently sponsoring about 150 kids from his hometown to university level.

For Nigerian celebrities, it is not strange for people to comment on their every action on social media and it is now an accepted norm.

Patoranking recently took to his Twitter page to share news of his scholarship program that would enable many young ones go to school.

He tweeted: “Tuition Fee is $15,000 annually,for 3 years that’s a total of $45,000 but for the 10 Students under the Patoranking scholarship Program, it’s Totally FREE God is Great.”

A Twitter user identified as Mark Ogbonnanya then fired back at the singer and told him to trace his steps and start his charitable acts from his home town.

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Mark wrote: “Trace it down to your home town and start it from there."

Patoranking responded by revealing how he currently takes care of 150 children from his hometown, ranging from primary to secondary and university level.

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