- A man has been dragged on social media over his recent statement about Nigerian graduates
- He said most graduates are not employable and advised they go into farming instead
- @McCartney000 stated that he arrived at this conclusion following his interview with two colleagues
A ma's social media rant has earned him huge backlash from Nigerians.
The man @McCartney000 tweeted that most Nigerian graduates should take farming as an occupation as they are not employable.
He said this was his submission after he interviewed two of his colleagues.
His tweet reads:
"I interviewed 2 colleagues today and i have concluded that majority of Nigerian Graduates are not employable and should just go into farming. And he was even wearing suit to meet me. Omo."
His statement seemed to have angered many as they dragged him while refuting his claim.
"Should just go into farming” because you think farming is “put beans in soil, it will grow” Anyways you said they are your colleagues so.."
"imagine judging 100s of thousands of graduate by 2 people, just imagine some foreign body meets the president and generalises that all Nigerians are like that."
"You interviewed just 2 persons and concluded that all of the over 30m graduates are not employable. Even Canada dey rush Nigerian graduates, but Emmy of Gwagwalada have cancelled all."
"When you have worked for a good nos of years, become exposed to a corporate environment and acquired various experiences overtime, do not expect that young job applicants who dont have such exposure would measure up immediately you engage them."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a man had dished advise to job-seeking graduates.
@millishield disclosed that he had a quick chat with a trader who had a grinding machine and found out that the individual makes as much as N5000 on a daily basis.
He went on to multiply the amount with the numbers of days in the month and discovered the monthly sales could be tagged at N150k.
The bricklayer, therefore, charged young graduates who are in search of jobs to try and purchase a grinding machine and put it to work.