- Rasheed Akinleye has joined other Nigerians celebrating their achievements on social media to inspire others
- The young man recently landed his first job in the United Kingdom and congratulatory messages are in order for him
- In the email the company sent to him, Rasheed was told that he performed well, adding that it was impressed with his experience and professionalism
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A Nigerian man identified as Rasheed Akinleye Hammed has taken to social media to celebrate his win after landing his first job in the United Kingdom.
The young man shared a screenshot of an email the company sent to him after passing his interview.
He simply captioned the screenshot:
"This is my first job in the UK and I pray for the best. Congratulations."
Azeez Habibat es, Nigerians in and outside the country have been celebrating their achievements on social media to inspire others that they can also achieve their dreams.
Social media users did not hesitate to flood the comment section of the young man with congratulatory messages.
Azeez Habibat wrote:
"Congratulations darling, more wins."
Maryam Imam commented:
"Congratulations...the move worth making."
Rasheedat L. said:
"Congratulations and good luck on the job."
Shalom Aisien wrote:
"Congratulations. More feats."
In similar news, a young woman identified as Diksha Thakur has taken to social media to celebrate her win after she got employed by Google as a software engineer.
Making the disclosure on LinkedIn, Diksha expressed gratitude to her recruiter, Trevor Whately, for supporting her through the hiring process.
In her words:
"Dreams do come true! "I am excited to share that I have joined Google as Software Engineer. I am thankful to my recruiter Trevor Whately for supporting me through the hiring process.
"I also want to take this opportunity to thank my team at Lyft for a year full of learning. Here's to making a positive impact and to being a Noogler!"
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