Over the years, youths have always complained about lack of employment in Nigeria. Yearly, thousands of students remain jobless due to the rate of unemployment in the country.
A young man identified as Victor Ifeanyichukwu Edeh studied economics at the University of Port Harcourt (UNIPORT). According to his testimonial, Edeh graduated in 2016 and has ever since been unemployed.
In order to keep body and soul together, Edeh dedicated to get a loan from the bank to purchase a tricycle which he now uses to feed himself.
His story was shared on Twitter by Diarah Prince (@TMprintz), he shared Edeh’s pictures with the caption:
“Hello friends. Meet Victor Ifeanyichukwu Edeh. Vico studied Economics at the University of Port Harcourt, where he graduated with 2.1GP. Before now, Vico had taught Economics at a private Secondary school where he also doubled as the Bursar for N20,000 per month salary. He was also, at that material time, an adjunct facilitator, teaching Economics and Entrepreneur at NOUN and Chartered Institute of Customer Relationships Management. Due to low-pay, Vivo resigned. He plans to raise quick capital to leave the country. He procured a soft/low interest loan with which he purchased the Tricycle Like he currently rides; to enable his vision and to make ends meet. The Nigerian Society can't be too defunct that a bright asset such as Vico is left untapped. NO! I refuse to accept that. Please RT this. His potentials could best be utilised and needed by an employer in your TL. I also want the elites to see what they've done to this country. The best and brightest of Nigerians are largely dispersed abroad, contributing to the growth of an alien country.”
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