- A Nigerian lady has caused an uproar on social media with the nanny vacancy she shared
- The lady announced on Twitter that the services of a nanny is needed and that applicants must possess a driver's license
- The pay, according to her, will be N100k weekly or N400k per month
Mixed reactions have trailed a lady's vacancy advertorial on social media.
The lady on Monday, March 22 had shared on Twitter that someone in Lagos was in need of a nanny to look after two kids aged 15 and 13.
@HustleFlow10 said prospective applicants must have a valid driver's license and be able to multi-task. She however revealed it was opened to women only.
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The pay was put at N100k weekly or N400k per month.
Tweeps as well as job seekers flooded the comment section with tales of how they are the right candidate for the role and should be considered when they apply. Others felt it was unfair that applications was restricted to only ladies.
There were also those who raised suspicion and wondered why caring for two young kids has such attractive price tag.
@Daniel Regha said:
"No offense but why will someone who's willing to pay a nanny "100k weekly or 400k monthly" ann¤unce it on the net; It d¤esn't seem right. I hope the employer has the best intentions cos a lot is happening nowadays. That being said inviting strangers into one's home isn't safe."
"15k daily,100k weekly,400k monthly,which kind wild animals I dey go face abeg?"
"I remember when I was taking care of 16 children last year.. The job is always stressful but it's just something I like you... Please can you guys pay me 100k a month instead of a week ?"
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported an actress had appealed to the public that she desired to be a nanny for a whole year.
The beautiful mother said she would be so happy if anyone is ready to give their baby to her as she is ready to take up the job.
Her Instagram post read:
“I feel like having a baby… I miss pregnancy and nurturing a baby… someone should please borrow me their baby. When the baby is years old I will return your child…can’t run around toddlers.”
Victor Duru is a Legit.ng journalist with more than three years of working experience in the media industry. He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Management Studies from Imo State University, where he was a Students' Union Government Director of Information. Victor is a Human Interest Editor, Strategic Content Creator and a Google-certified Digital Marketer. Connect with him on Twitter @DuruCVictor2
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