- A young South African lady is elated after being offered a permanent contract at a new job and she shared the news on Twitter
- @SangaJam left her old job due to the negative effects it was having on her mental health
- @SangaJam's followers and other tweeps took to her replies section to shower her with congratulatory messages
A young lady has shared her story of leaving a toxic work environment last year. Twitter user, @SangaJam said she had left her permanent employment in November 2019 for a 12-month contract as her previous job was affecting her mental health.
Earlier in September, she received an offer for a permanent contract. @SangaJam said that she was elated.
Her good news has gained almost 11 0000 likes, over 850 quotes and retweets and the replies section is packed with positivity.
She followed up her original tweet with a thank you message to Saffa tweeps that had been sending her congratulatory tweets since she shared her story.
Take a look at @SangaJam's original tweet below:
These are just some of the messages @SangaJam received:
"God always has a plan for you. I wouldn't be where I am if I did not leave what I thought I needed. It's not easy but good makes a plan. Congratulations."
"This is what I needed to hear I also need to do the same and I pray for the same results. Congratulations."
"I always say my sanity comes before everything. If it affects your mental health then leave. That's a very bold move. Congratulations sister."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a Nigerian father, Felix Obazee, the CEO of Fionet Security Services, said that in order to give his child, Uyiogosa, quality parenting, he had to make him work in his company.
While sharing his post on LinkedIn, the man posted photos of his child dressed in the company’s security uniform.
In the post, he posed rhetorical questions, asking people if they would choose to teach their children their business or shield them with the flimsy talk that they do not want them to suffer.
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