Nigerian Lady gets job she didn't apply for after months of job-hunting, shares appointment letter

- A young Nigerian lady's job-hunting travails finally ended in a surprising fashion

- The lady by name Moses Queen elatedly revealed that she got a job she never applied for after months of looking for a means of livelihood

- The first class graduate shared photo of what the appointment letter looked like to back up her claim

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A Nigerian lady is in joyous mood as her dream for months finally saw the light of the day. The lady identified as Moses Queen graduated with a first class honours in chemical engineering in 2018 and rounded off her NYSC in 2020 but couldn't land a job.

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In her Linkedln post highlighting her journey to securing this job, she said her job-hunting experience wasn't a palatable one.

Queen narrated that she was told she was over qualified for some jobs she saw, while others told her she was under-qualified and lacking in experience for the big jobs.

She took to applying for graduate internship roles but all her efforts proved abortive.

Queen had finally resorted to taking up a volunteering role only to get the shock of her life that she was scheduled for an interview for a job opportunity she didn't put in an application for.

Now, she is no longer jobless.

Congratulatory messages filled her comment section as many celebrated her new feat.

Reagan Ohene said:

"Congratulations Queen Moses. The times is just right. May you come to announce later that you are the best employee. All the best Dear."

Orji Uchechukwu reacted:

"Now, this is inspiring.
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"Job hunting is a full time job on its own, I can clearly relate to that.
"Glad you finally got a job Queen Moses
"Cheers to more success!"

Onyekachi Igwe wrote:

"Congrats Queen! Many thanks to you for your time with us at Study Globally. We appreciate your inputs and selfless sacrifices and wish you the best in your new role."

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that a lady danced for joy as she got her dream job.

Social media user, @dakara_spence, hired the woman on Wednesday, September 30, and she was surprised to see the young lady's reaction after she left the building.

Taking to Instagram, @dakara_spence shared a video showing the young lady only walking a couple of steps before she spontaneously started dancing in the parking lot. @Dakara_spence captioned the post:

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"So I just hired this young girl and this was her response."

Victor Duru is a Legit.ng journalist with more than three years of working experience in the media industry. He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Management Studies from Imo State University, where he was a Students' Union Government Director of Information. Victor is a Human Interest Editor, Strategic Content Creator and a Google-certified Digital Marketer. Connect with him on Twitter @DuruCVictor2

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