- A 55-year-old Nigerian man has called on government at all levels to make life better for citizens
- The man, who recently spoke with Legit TV, said he has been jobless for two years, adding that he goes about begging to feed his family
- According to him, if the government does not do anything to change the situation of things, the masses may start picking up arms
- He said the available jobs in the country are for those who are connected
A 55-year-old Nigerian man has expressed displeasure over the state of the economy and how unemployment has become the order of the day.
Speaking with Legit TV, the man lamented the hardship he is experiencing due to joblessness. He said he goes about begging to feed his family.
The man, who said he has been jobless for two years, added that Nigerians did not experience the level of hardship they are currently experiencing when ex-presidents Goodluck Jonathan and Olusegun Obasanjo were in power.
He called on the government at all levels to change their style of governance so that the masses can get the dividends of democracy.
The man noted that it important for Nigerian leaders to change their ways before the people start taking up arms.
When asked what kind of job he is searching for, he disclosed that he is a driver and doesn’t mind driving a sachet water truck despite his age.
In similar news, a Nigerian lady identified with the Twitter handle @thenicoleken has taken to the social media platform to remind her followers that she is still unemployed.
In August, @thenicoleken posted four graduation pictures of herself and captioned it:
"4 years don waka, 2 degrees in the bag."
Fast forward to November, the young lady decided to remind her followers that she still hasn't found a job three months of graduating from school.
"It’s been 3 months and still unemployed. I have a BSC in Counselling Psychology and Economics. I write too; Please RT my employer is on your TL."
Unemployed graduates are too many in my ghetto | Legit TV