Man drives a G-Wagon to work as a silent warning to his senior colleagues

Man drives a G-Wagon to work as a silent warning to his senior colleagues

- A Nigerian man identified as Ọkala Mmụọ has shared an encounter with some former colleagues

- According to his tweet, a senior colleague sent him on an errand to buy food

- Insulted by this, Ọkala drove an expensive car - a G Wagon - to work to pass a message across to them about his social status

- His message was received loud and clear as no one sent him on errands again

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Twitter user, Ọkala Mmụọ, recently left several internet users amused after he recounted how he stopped his senior colleagues from sending him on errands at the office.

In a recent tweet, Ọkala narrated how a female senior colleague had sent him on an errand to buy food for her. Clearly upset by this, he decided to send a silent message across to them.

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Man drives a G-Wagon to work as a silent warning to his senior colleagues
Okala revealed what he did after he was sent on a food errand by a senior colleague. Photo credit: @rsvptemple
Source: Twitter

According to his tweet, he drove to work the next day in a G Wagon, a car worth millions of naira. He revealed that after that day, no one ever sent him on errand again.

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Meanwhile, Bisola Akande, a Nigerian lady who just completed her national youth service, penned a heartfelt message to her employer who gave her the opportunity to grow.

Reflecting on her journey, Bisola said she graduated top of her department with a first-class degree in Accounting and also got qualified as a chartered accountant.

She said she did not have practical knowledge of what the accounting world was until she joined EY as a graduate intern.

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In other news, a Nigerian man said what many people need are financial partners and not mentors.

The man, Bayo Adeyinka, a career coach made this statement in reaction to a series of encounters he had with Nigerians who came under the guise of requesting him for mentorship to trick him into giving them money.

In two separate encounters, he shared on Twitter, involving a guy and lady, the financial and leadership enthusiast was left disappointed.

Source: Legit.ng

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