“No Work”: Man Who Borrowed Money to Relocate to UK Cries Out Over Job Scarcity, Video Causes Buzz

“No Work”: Man Who Borrowed Money to Relocate to UK Cries Out Over Job Scarcity, Video Causes Buzz

  • A young Nigerian man has shared his unpleasant experience after relocating to the United Kingdom
  • In a post shared via his TikTok account, he revealed how difficult it was to get a job in his new residence
  • Massive reactions have trailed the video, with many advising him to be resilient while others shared their experiences

A Nigerian man identified as @pappykraen on TikTok has stirred reactions with a video shared via his account.

He narrated his job-seeking experience in the UK while singing along to Asake's hit song 'Lonely at the Top.'

Man shares his job-hunting experience after relocating to the UK
Man shares his job-hunting experience after relocating to the UK Photo credit: @pappykraen/ TikTok
Source: TikTok

Finding a job is not easy in the UK

According to him, finding a job over there is not as easy as people may believe.

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He also revealed how he had told people he would pay back their money once he landed in the UK.

"As soon as I enter the UK, I have to start working to pay back your money ASAP," he said with an awkward grin."

Captioning the video with "Lonely at the Top," Pappykraen conveyed the feelings of isolation and challenges that come with striving for success in a new country.

His TikTok post shed light on individuals' difficulties when seeking employment abroad.

Reactions as man shares job hunting experience in UK


“Omo it took me 5 months to start working ooo omo things no easy as people dey tell us o.”

@I'm Kemisola reacted:

“I thank God my dad didn't sell his car den, I won't have the ability now to get him another car. It's not easy here.”

@Paula Tabe commented:

“Only those in UK will understand.”

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@Feranmi commented:

“My present condition.”

@Dynmardyvar asked:

“Me I need work someone link me up, I don stay house 2 months.”

@stacystac2.0 reacted:

“The whole world is tuff to live right now things have changed everywhere.”

@Amanslelly said:

“Guy nor Dey make us fear again.”

@odionve chisom said:

“I don pay my mama finishes.”

@Lizbeth said:

“Why l'm I seeing this rn. I have been here since May ending, I just got a job offer today. Omo e no easy, I do job application tire.”

Watch the video below:

First-class graduate of accounting seeks employment

Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that a Facebook user identified as Ukan Kurugh has shared a photo of a young lady, Kura Benedicta, alongside a photo of her degree certificate. He highlighted that Kura, who hails from Gboko, Benue State, graduated with a first-class degree in Accounting from Federal University Wukari and did her NYSC at Rivers State University.

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He said despite her impressive academic achievement, Kura has been unable to secure a job or find a stable means of support. In his plea for help, Ukan urged individuals to extend their goodwill towards Kura to enable her to find employment and further her education.

According to him, Kura aspires to register with the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN) but lacks the necessary financial resources. In an inspiring call for community support, Ukan pleaded with individuals to support the lady.

He said;

“A SISTER WHO ALSO GRADUATED WITH A FIRST CLASS IN ACCOUNTING IS LOOKING FOR A JOB. She is from Gboko by Name Kura Benedicta. Her mum is a widow."

Source: Legit.ng

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