- Prior to his job interview a few days ago, a young man with handle @fanny_miz called on social media users to keep him in their prayers
- @fanny_miz took to social media again on Friday, July 17, to confirm that his interview was successful and that he landed the job
- The man's follow-up post went viral and attracted more than 20,000 likes
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Social media users received some good news for a young man who was previously unemployed.
Twitter user Fanny-ZN (@fanny_miz) initially took to social media on Thursday, July 16, and called on South Africans to pray for him ahead of his job interview.
He followed this up on Friday and revealed that his interview was indeed successful, as he managed to land the coveted job.
Hundreds of positive responses were shared as tweeps celebrated the wonderful news.
The confirmation tweet can be viewed below.
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Legit.ng noted that his follow-up tweet attracted a whopping 21 000 likes.
Cellular (@robzinterris) said:
"Congrats my friend... Don't forget to pray for us as well bafo so we can fight this poverty."
Lungi (@LungiYou) added:
"I love you for this great news.. go there and work hard my love ..congrats."
Sabelo (@MVEMVE_SA) responded:
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian lady, Bukola Abubakar, celebrated her win as she eventually became a doctor in the UK after conquering challenges.
In a Twitter post on Friday, July 17, Bukola said that she failed the UK medical licensing exam in 2018 which was worth £4000 (N1,963,762.80) and was greatly saddened by it all.
A year after that, she passed it as she was given a license to practice in the country. By June 2020, the Nigerian got her first job and first payslip on Friday, July 17.
She said that the great achievement still amazes her as she advised anyone going through any issue presently not to give up hope, that they will succeed too.
In other news, a Nigerian man with the name Tobi Marshal said when he was in high school and lost his dad, his friend was there for him while his mother struggled to pay his fees.
Years after, Tobi rewarded his friend in an unexpected way as he got him a job and helped his family get back on their feet.
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