- A Nigerian lady named Mfon Abia is a testimony that miracles indeed happen to those who believe
- The lady took to her LinkedIn page to disclose that she has been offered a job she did not apply for in the United States
- Mfon says she received a call from The Academy, Miami, Florida, offering her a job
A Nigerian lady identified as Mfon Abia has taken to social media to celebrate after being offered a job she did not apply for in the United States.
She said she got a call from The Academy, Miami, Florida, offering her a job and asking her to send her CV if she was interested.
She wrote: "I am pleased to announce to this Honourable House that come Monday, August 3rd 2020, I will no longer be a jobless Nigerian youth and will resume at The Academy, Miami, Florida, USA."
Mfon thanked those that recommended her for the job and also expressed gratitude to her LinkedIn followers for their support and encouragement.
As expected, Nigerians took to the comment section to congratulate her.
Niyi Tella wrote: "I'm not surprised you got a job in this fashion. You've been the type of person that is always willing to help even at your own discomfort. I'm a huge beneficiary of your kind heart. You're a great mentor to me and many other young professionals."
Olanrewaju Ojolo wrote: "Congratulations Mfon Abia."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a Nigerian man who arrived Canada as a student five years ago took to Twitter to share his success story.
The man identified as Tunde Omotoye said he arrived Canada five years ago as a student who was unsure of what the future had for him in the North American country.
Despite the uncertainty, he revealed that he has launched his own company five years after leaving the shores of Nigeria.
In other news, the people of Cincinnati, Ohio, United States, have marked the first Kunle Adewale Day, a year after the mayor of the city, John Cranley, dedicated the day to the Nigerian visual artist.
The United States Mission in Nigeria disclosed that the Nigerian national recently received a grant from the US Department of State.
The declaration was made in recognition of his contributions to the United States and Nigeria in the field of arts and medicine.