Nigerian Man Gets Big Job at Google, Company Employs Him As Its Engineer, Many Congratulate Him
- A Nigerian man, Uchechukwu Uboh, has been employed by Google as an engineer and he is so happy about it
- In a LinkedIn post, the man revealed that it has been a longtime dream to work for the company before it became a reality
- Uchechukwu thanked those who supported him and contributed to his growth before he got the new job
A Nigerian man, Uchechukwu Uboh, has gone on LinkedIn to announce his new employment with Google.
Uchechuwku said it has always been his wish to work for the search engine company. The Nigerian man revealed that getting the job took him much preparation, dedication, and growth built over the years.
What a success!
He will be working as a customer engineer at Google on the cloud team. He said it feels so amazing that his dream finally came to pass.
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The Google employee appreciated everyone who has contributed to his journey over the years.
Not long after he shared the good news, messages of congratulations flooded his comment section.
At the time of writing this report, his post has gathered over 90 comments and more than 1,400 likes. Legit.ng compiled some of them below:
Esther Oyegunle said:
Richard Adukpo said:
Idogun John Nelson said:
John Ekpoudom said:
A female bike rider narrated her story
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a 24-year-old lady, Fortune Okudaye, narrated how she used her dispatch riding business to pay her school fees while she was in Lagos.
Fortune who is from Delta state said that the worst advice she has got from people was that she is too beautiful to be riding a bike under the hot sun in Lagos state. The lady came to Lagos in 2017 on the promise her father’s brother made to put her in school.
According to the 24-year-old lady, the man said that she would have to pay him back. Fortune later braved it and went job hunting.
The lady who has been riding bikes since she was 11 years old said that she went into the okada business because there were no well-paying jobs for her in the state.