After 4 Months, Nigerian Lady Finally Secures First Job in Canada as Food Server, Video Trends

After 4 Months, Nigerian Lady Finally Secures First Job in Canada as Food Server, Video Trends

  • A Nigerian lady who relocated to Canada for greener pastures has shared her joy after getting her first job
  • According to the young woman, she searched for a job for four months before she was able to get her first work
  • Social media users reacted overwhelmingly to the video shared on TikTok, with many engaging actively with her content

A Nigerian lady's exciting video about bagging her first job in Canada has gone viral on social media.

According to the lady, she was able to secure her first job after staying for about four months abroad.

Nigerian woman bags first job in Canada
Nigerian woman gets job in Canada as food server Photo credit: @rosyreal1
Source: TikTok

Nigerian lady excited after securing first job

The lady with the handle @rosyreal1 said she got employed as a food server in Canada after months of unemployment.

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She further appreciated God for changing her story for good and making her life turn out better.

In her words:

"From deputy director at NAFDAC to food server at Canada. My Canada humble beginnings. My story has changed. God knows the end from the beginning. When I landed in Canada it took me 4 months to get my first job as a food server. Today the story has changed for good."

Reactions as woman secures job in Canada

Social media users stormed the comments section on TikTok to react to the story.

@Olaniyi of canada said:

"Deputy Director at Nafdac ain't you been paid well and pension after retirement you ought not to throw that away to start from these you ought to be coming on vacation and touring countries."

@Dinma wrote:

"I served at NAFDAC central laboratory during my youth service in 2019.The pay is not that much even as a director as people think."

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@Temitope Ogunyemi said:

"When people see japaing as achievement, I am in this kind of mess now I just hope it pays off at the end."

@Rootedingreatness FaithApparel added:

"God is good. Our ways are not his ways. He has a better plans for us. He is building us up foe greatness. I have my story too. Glory to God."

Wigwe university seeks Nigerian workers

Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that Wigwe University is seeking exceptional Nigerians from around the globe to join its innovative institution and contribute to shaping the future of Africa.

The university is said to offer state-of-the-art facilities and a vibrant campus culture, with roles available for Professors, Associate Professors, Senior Lecturers, and Lecturers.

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