Lady says 60% of male employers in Abuja mix business with pleasure

Lady says 60% of male employers in Abuja mix business with pleasure

- A frustrated job-seeker has lamented over her experiences seeking employment in Abuja

- The lady noted that most men in the city want to mix business with pleasure

- According to her, it is difficult for ladies with self-discipline to find jobs in Abuja

A Nigerian lady on social media has come out to lament about her frustrations finding a job in Abuja without having to sleep her way through the process.

The lady identified as Gentle Ezenwanyi on the micro-blogging platform, Twitter, submitted that at least 60 per cent of the male employers in Abuja are fond of mixing business with pleasure.

Ezenwanyi noted that a lot of them mandate women to sleep with them or face the risk of losing their jobs. She said women that play to their tunes are the ones that are often lucky enough to get jobs in organizations that pay well.

Concluding her post, Ezenwanyi noted that it is very hard for a lady with self-discipline to find employment in Abuja, adding that she is tired.

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Taking to the defense of Abuja employers, a female user noted that she has worked with three different bosses and none of them attempted to get her into bed.

"I've worked in 3 places in Abuja, never has any of my employers try to mix pleasure with business. I left all 3 places after I got better offers. I served in 2018 and got my first job in 2018, two weeks after service (Jehovah's grace here). Your stats may be wrong," her post read.

Another follower urged Ezenwayi to never give up or give in to the demands of such employers. He said: "Nne, don't give up. I know how tough it can be here in Abuja. But... never give up on your integrity and believe. Keep faith. God will make a way. You will surely find a place where your integrity will be cherished and respected."

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Meanwhile, previously gathered the report of a young Nigerian lady who took to social media to narrate her first interview experience.

The US-based lady had explained that she complimented her interviewer and still got the job. Kynene Oma had shared her experience while reacting to a trending human resource story on Twitter. ( -> We have upgraded to serve you better

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