Now Trending: Unemployed Graduates flooding Nigerian Streets with Placards

Now Trending: Unemployed Graduates flooding Nigerian Streets with Placards.

This Post is on the growing Trend in Nigerian states since Last week. Unemployed graduates have taken to major streets of the country to advertise themselves using placards with write-ups like “Employ Me”, “I need a job” and so on. This Trend started as the very first unemployed youth, ABDULAHI OLATOYAN, a University of Ilorin drop-out who cleans Windscreen (wearing Suit and Tie) in order to save up for further Education was taken out of the street of Lagos by A Celebrity fashion Stylist Uche Nnaji. See photo Below:

Windscreen Cleaner gets Employed by Uche Nnaji

Mr Olatoyan Cleaning Windscreens In Lagos – Uche Nnaji IG post

Just few days after this Life-changing experience, A young Nigerian Lady was also seen in the streets carrying a placard with the following  message displayed on it:

Please Help!!! I NEED A JOB.

Computer Science 2.1

done with NYSC

See Image Below: for her, The lady came in contact with Billionaire Tony Elumelu through this act and Hopefully, She is gainfully Employed now.

The most recent of them all is the Unemployed Young man found in the streets of Abuja (see photo below) on Monday carrying similar “Job-Application placard”.  He is an Animal production Graduate from the University of Abeokuta and Has finished his NYSC. The Young man is seeking to be employed as an Animal scientist but so far, we Have not heard any reports to that effect.

Now Trending: Unemployed Graduates flooding Nigerian Streets with Placards

MNI will like to hear your view about this development in Nigeria,

Is this Becoming A trend?

Will there be a time when All unemployed graduates will create a labor market on the streets?

Don’t you think Employing these people will reinforce this behavior?

Just Comment, Let Us hear from You!

By | 2016-05-25T11:56:59+00:00 May 25th, 2016|Education, Jobs, News, Politics|0 Comments

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