"E be things": Applicant Lambasts Employee for Sending Rejection Letter, Response Goes Viral on Twitter

"E be things": Applicant Lambasts Employee for Sending Rejection Letter, Response Goes Viral on Twitter

  • A Twitter user has shared the rejection response she received from an applicant who was not pleased
  • In the short screenshot, the applicant lambasted the employee because she was not selected for the opportunity
  • Many social media users who reacted to the screenshot said applicants should learn to accept rejection as part of life

Since many Nigerians seek opportunities to advance their careers, it is often difficult to accept the rejection that comes when they do not make the cut.

In the case of a Nigerian girl who applied for a chance to be part of a tech program, her response to the rejection letter sent to her has sparked reactions.

Applicants insults employee for rejecting her
Unhappy applicant insults employee for rejecting her Photo credit: @sisinerdtweets Source: Twitter
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Applicant insults employee for rejecting her

In the letter shared by Cyber security expert Confidence Staveley @sisinerdtweets on Twitter, the applicant replied with insult after receiving her rejection letter, unable to hide her disappointment.

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The applicant also said she was rejected because she did not come from a rich family.

Find below the response of the girl:

"This is so disappointing not only to me but to all young girl and poor girls with no connections around the world…But I understand, do your thing it is an unfair world after all. This was never meant for me anyways, it was meant for all those rich girls you had in your databases. Very useless people."

Social media users react

@haxksultan reacted: "Omoooo…E be things."

@luwyziana: "This is so wrong. You really did dodge a bullet."

@generalsilas wrote: "This was never meant for her like she rightly said because this career is about CHARACTER and LEARNING. Someone who would send such an email obviously lacks the character needed for the rigors ahead. Imagine what she'll tell a recruiter if denied a job or "difficult" clients."

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@Bruvee also said: "Lol this is ridiculous didn't she see that it was 1 in 40 girls?? Do the statistics and you'd see it was highly competitive! My interview felt like a battlefield. I'm only lucky to have gotten in and I'm grateful for the opportunity! ...(And no, I do not know anyone!)"
@thatemeralgirl: "Oh wow. This is sad. A lot of young persons don't actually know how to handle rejection. Hence this kind of response. I wish the Education ministry could look into adding a subject or course about emotional intelligence into our curriculum. We have heard stories of year 1."

Bank Staff Run from Customers

Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that some bank officials have been captured in a trending video fleeing the workplace through the fence at the back as customers surrounded the banking premises in an effort to get money.

This comes as the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) insisted on the February 10 deadline for the currency swap. As a result of the CBN policy, millions of Nigerians have been facing untold hardships.

Source: Legit.ng

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