- A young Nigerian lady has resigned from being a microfinance bank manager to face what has always been her passion
- The 31-year-old lady said she had always wanted to be a programmer and was happy about her decision
- The lady identified as Winifred Jonathan appreciated the manager of the company for the opportunity given to her to occupy such a position
A young Nigerian lady has got many talking as she called it quits on her role as a microfinance bank manager.
The lady named Winifred Jonathan announced her decision to quit the role in a LinkedIn post on Saturday, August 7.
Describing the move as the best feeling ever, the lady praised the owner of the establishment, Edo Microfinance Bank, for reposing confidence in her to handle such a role.
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Winifred stated that she resigned from the role to pursue her passion to become a programmer.
The 31-year-old looked forward to success in her newfound endeavour.
"Today was my last day of work!
"I resigned today as the MD/CEO of EdoMFB at Age 31!
"This is the best feeling ever, am glad someone believed in me to Manage his multi millionaire Microfinance business, I would for ever be grateful to the Chairman of the BOD for this tremendous opportunity given to me!
"Now I can pursue my own personal goals and become a programmer as I have always wanted!
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Cheers to the Future winnings."
And she's already got people lining up for her services
Osezuah Elimihe wrote:
"Congrats. Let's see how we can work together."
Dshoppers DSL said:
"Cheers Winifred Jonathan,
"Let see how to partner with u."
Osaji Caleb commented:
Lady celebrates being sacked from her place of work
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a Nigerian lady had marked her one-year job loss anniversary.
The lady also took the opportunity to celebrate becoming her own boss after the sack.
The lady identified as Ijeoma Nkwonta in a Linkedln post recounted how she lost her last job. Ijeoma said her fears were confirmed when on March 24th, 2020 her name was listed among those the company was to lay off due to the pandemic.