Nigerian Man Living in UK Reveals how Joining British Army Made His Life Easier

Nigerian Man Living in UK Reveals how Joining British Army Made His Life Easier

- Ifeanyi Anyaugo, a Nigerian man living in the United Kingdom, said leaving the shores of the country and joining the British Army helped him succeed

- According to Ifeanyi who spoke with Legit TV, joining the British Army changed his mindset

- The young man said he served for five years and became a consultant afterwards, adding that his time in the military opened doors of opportunities for him

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A Nigerian man living in the United Kingdom and working in Kazakhstan has disclosed how joining the British Army made life easier for him.

Speaking with Legit TV, Ifeanyi Anyaugo said he joined the British Army after graduating from the Federal University of Technology, Owerri (FUTO).

Nigerian Man Living in UK Reveals How Joining British Army Made His Life Easier
Ifeanyi Anyaugo served in the British Army for five years.
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He spent five years in the army and now works as a consultant. The Nigerian man said joining the army changed his mindset and his career opened doors of opportunities for him.

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According to Ifeanyi, ex-servicemen have upper hands than those with higher qualifications when they apply for jobs because of the character development course they took while in the army.

The Nigerian man said people with higher academic qualifications and no work experience are not valuable in the labour market abroad.

He said before going for masters, it is important to have experience, adding that this will help people in their chosen career.

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In other news, a Nigerian woman identified as Tomiwa Ward celebrated her win after retiring from the United States Marine Corps where she served for 20 years.

Taking to her LinkedIn page, Tomiwa said she was inspired, motivated, mentored, and led by some amazing people.

In her words:

"I am officially RETIRED! I have been inspired, motivated, mentored, and led by some amazing people!!!

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"I am a better woman walking out than I was when I walked in. Once a Marine.....ALWAYS a Marine!!!
"20 years and an amazing journey!"

LinkedIn users soon joined the retired officer in the celebration as they flooded the comment section of her post.

Source: Legit

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