- A Nigerian man has been hailed on social media following his recent double successes
- Kayode Adegbite who recently rounded off his master's programme has just landed a new role at social media giants Facebook
- An elated Kayode couldn't hide his excitement as he shared the news on Twitter with a snap of the appointment email
It is a celebration galore for a young man as he recently achieved academic and career success in style.
The man identified as Kayode Adegbite shared on Twitter that he will be joining social networking giants, Facebook, in the coming two weeks as a T-Program Manager.
To top it, he announced that he had just bagged a master's degree with an outstanding result.
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He appreciated God for the successes.
"I’m happy to share these two announcements:
"- I finished my MSc degree with an outstanding result.
"- I will be joining @Facebook as a T-Program Manager in two weeks.
"Yaba to Silicon-Valley Rocket. God did it."
Nigerians flooded his comment section with good wishes as they joined in his celebration.
"More great news we shall'all be having
"Am number next for this greats news , heavenly father ,lord Jesus
"So help me lord.Amen amen
"Thank you lord for you have answered my prayers ..amen."
"I’m soooooooo proud of you Kayode!!!! Whoooohooooo sky’s the limit for you."
''Well done and congratulations to him. Let the nations that value brains welcome them. Nigeria OYO is your case. YOLO."
"Congratulations chief. Please when you get there, beg Mark to limit the way he bans out ad accounts."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a man who had quit working at Facebook shared a mail that indicated they wanted him back.
The Seatle resident in the United States was reacting to the saying that switching tech companies is bad for those in the tech sector.
Eric said he only spent 360 days at the social media giant organization. In the email he posted, Facebook stated that they missed him and concluded by offering to see how he could open talks with them so he could return to working for them.
Eric also added that Microsoft and Amazon recruiters have been on his neck despite working at both organizations for more than two years.