A Nigerian lady who worked for the Korean government from Nigeria and earned in dollars revealed her success story on Twitter
She expressed her pride in her journey and stated that she had set up her own Korean-English translation business that was thriving
She attributed her remarkable achievements and financial independence to her proficiency in the Korean language
A Nigerian lady who earns in dollars by working for a Korean government from Nigeria has shared her story on Twitter.
In her tweet which she posted on her handle @nekie_neka, the lady indicated that she was proud of her journey to success and that, at some point, she started her own Korean-English translation company that was also doing well.
She said her knowledge of the Korean language had brought her tremendous achievement and afforded her the luxury of independence.
See her tweet below:
Legit.ng compiled some of the reactions below:
“I'm seriously considering learning Korean language next year. It's one of my new year revolutions. Do you think you willever stop teaching now that bigger things are coming your way?”
“So proud of you. A colleague was talking about you today. Finally people are seeing the light.”
“Congratulation baby gal. Meanwhile I want to learn korean in fact I took steps to learn but my challenge is how to draw the letters, I can pronounce the words and all but the letters are so similar how did you navigate that?”
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that many Nigerians are struggling to make ends meet as the prices of food, housing, health care, and education skyrocket.
But not everyone is feeling the pinch.
Some Nigerians, like Mr. Seun, a remote worker who earns approximately 1.2 million naira monthly, have found a way to cope with the economic hardship by earning in dollars.
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In another related story, Legit.ng reported that Mr. Alade, a 28-year-old marketing staff at a popular Nigerian bank, wakes up every morning with a sense of dread.
He lives alone in a rented apartment in Ondo State, Nigeria's southwestern region.
He earns N250,000 a month, which used to be enough to cover his basic needs but not anymore, he told Legit.ng.
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