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Should He Accept The Job Offer As A University Graduate? Pls Advice Needed by izaray(f): 11:49am On Oct 17, 2017
A brother of mine got a very good chance yesterday, but rejected the job offer, due to his higher qualitification.

This guy should be close to his late 40's. He was offered a FRSC job yesterday, but the job qualification was meant for an SSCE

or ND holder. And his a graduate of a university, so he rejected the offer. Saying, uniform jobs are not always easy to

man-over after accepting with a lower qualification, then later try to put in his degree, and his considering his age too.


My good people, pls wat's ur own advice on dis Knowing how difficult it is to get a good job in our coutry.

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Re: Should He Accept The Job Offer As A University Graduate? Pls Advice Needed by Papiikush: 11:55am On Oct 17, 2017
A Jobless 40 years old man still rejecting an offer?. Smh..

Person whey get cap no get head meanwhile people whey get head no get cap.

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Re: Should He Accept The Job Offer As A University Graduate? Pls Advice Needed by izaray(f): 12:02pm On Oct 17, 2017
Papiikush:
A Jobless 40 years old man still rejecting an offer?. Smh..
Actually he was working with PHCN before the privatilization by GEJ.

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Re: Should He Accept The Job Offer As A University Graduate? Pls Advice Needed by nerodenero: 12:04pm On Oct 17, 2017
A fool at 40 is a fool forever. Your brother just confirmed this saying.

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Re: Should He Accept The Job Offer As A University Graduate? Pls Advice Needed by izaray(f): 12:08pm On Oct 17, 2017
nerodenero:
A fool at 40 is a fool forever. Your brother just confirmed this saying.
I even adviced him to go back and accept the job, atleast let him start from somewhere...Though d man has made another promise to him for a better offer.. But am just worried, dnt kno if he can fulfill the promise later.

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Re: Should He Accept The Job Offer As A University Graduate? Pls Advice Needed by ultimate73(m): 12:09pm On Oct 17, 2017
Tell him not to accept it, a better offer will come before he clocks 70.

Alai nikan se

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Re: Should He Accept The Job Offer As A University Graduate? Pls Advice Needed by izaray(f): 12:11pm On Oct 17, 2017
ultimate73:
Tell him not to accept it, a better offer will come before he clocks 70
grin grin...You don make me laugh by force.

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Re: Should He Accept The Job Offer As A University Graduate? Pls Advice Needed by Papiikush: 12:11pm On Oct 17, 2017
izaray:
Actually he was working with PHCN before the privatilization by GEJ.
There is a yoruba adage which says.

Put your yam on fire while searching for a knife (Eyan ma'n fi isu si ina wa òbę)

Which means you should have something doing while searching for a better offer instead of staying idle.

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Re: Should He Accept The Job Offer As A University Graduate? Pls Advice Needed by izaray(f): 12:24pm On Oct 17, 2017
Papiikush:

There is a yoruba adage which says.
Put your yam on fire while searching for a knife

Which means you should have something doing while searching for a better offer instead of staying idle.
Tnk u dear

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Re: Should He Accept The Job Offer As A University Graduate? Pls Advice Needed by izaray(f): 12:25pm On Oct 17, 2017
Papiikush:

There is a yoruba adage which says.
Put your yam on fire while searching for a knife

Which means you should have something doing while searching for a better offer instead of staying idle.

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Re: Should He Accept The Job Offer As A University Graduate? Pls Advice Needed by Gentlevin: 1:14pm On Oct 17, 2017
ultimate73:
Tell him not to accept it, a better offer will come before he clocks 70.

Alai nikan se
hahahahahah guy u no serious ....u make me scatter laugh.....

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Re: Should He Accept The Job Offer As A University Graduate? Pls Advice Needed by Phlakes(f): 1:54pm On Oct 17, 2017
izaray:
I even adviced him to go back and accept the job, atleast let him start from somewhere...Though d man has made another promise to him for a better offer.. But am just worried, dnt kno if he can fulfill the promise later.
can u connect me with the person that helped him, I'm also a graduate nd I will gladly take that job meant for ssce holder

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Re: Should He Accept The Job Offer As A University Graduate? Pls Advice Needed by forghon: 2:30pm On Oct 17, 2017
izaray:
Actually he was working with PHCN before the privatilization by GEJ.
consult gej please

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Re: Should He Accept The Job Offer As A University Graduate? Pls Advice Needed by Nobody: 2:35pm On Oct 17, 2017
nerodenero:
A fool at 40 is a fool forever. Your brother just confirmed this saying.


and what makes you different from him? If hearing only one side of a story is enough for you to tag someone a fool, then you are a bigger fool yourself.


You are not him, you don't know what choices he has, you can't see what he is seeing. Even if you think he is taking the wrong decision, is it enough to call him a fool?

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Re: Should He Accept The Job Offer As A University Graduate? Pls Advice Needed by free2ryhme: 2:40pm On Oct 17, 2017
na 40 year old man una dey talk make yeye like this

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Re: Should He Accept The Job Offer As A University Graduate? Pls Advice Needed by DrTims(m): 2:48pm On Oct 17, 2017
He should take the job for now while looking for a better job. Am also looking for such opportunity. Would be greatful if you can link me up. 08067094114.whatsapp number. Thanks
izaray:
Actually he was working with PHCN before the privatilization by GEJ.
Re: Should He Accept The Job Offer As A University Graduate? Pls Advice Needed by nerodenero: 4:32pm On Oct 17, 2017
LastMumu:


and what makes you different from him? If hearing only one side of a story is enough for you to tag someone a fool, then you are a bigger fool yourself.

You are not him, you don't know what choices he has, you can't see what he is seeing. Even if you think he is taking the wrong decision, is it enough to call him a fool?
16-1(your post)=15 posts/people agreed the decision he took wasn't right and 15 people can't be wrong.

The OP never mentioned that the dude was presently working and the way she sounded, it showed she was bothered that her brother was being selective unnecessarily and might not get another opportunity like that anytime soon. She needed advice on how to persuade him to have a change of heart, the reason she brought the news here.

I believe you now know you are the fool here since you can't reason logically, oh I forgot, you are LastMumu!

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Re: Should He Accept The Job Offer As A University Graduate? Pls Advice Needed by Nobody: 7:30pm On Oct 17, 2017
nerodenero:
16-1(your post)=15 posts/people agreed the decision he took wasn't right and 15 people can't be wrong.

The OP never mentioned that the dude was presently working and the way she sounded, it showed she was bothered that her brother was being selective unnecessarily and might not get another opportunity like that anytime soon. She needed advice on how to persuade him to have a change of heart, the reason she brought the news here.

I believe you now know you are the fool here since you can't reason logically, oh I forgot, you are LastMumu!

Majority does not always equate correctness, history has always shown us that.

Op only posted what she thinks she knows about her brother's situation, she might be right she might be wrong. Her brother might be wrong to not have taken the offer, or maybe there is more to it than we know now.

You can't just immediately call him a fool for a personal decision he took after weighing his options, you don't know what he knows and you are only judging based on what you read here.

How would you feel if you are regarded as a fool for any unpopular decision you ever take?


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Re: Should He Accept The Job Offer As A University Graduate? Pls Advice Needed by Smartjob1(f): 3:47am On Oct 18, 2017
Well, your brother may rejected the offer because of some reasons best known to him. He is not here to tell us his own side of the side.

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Re: Should He Accept The Job Offer As A University Graduate? Pls Advice Needed by EnEnPeecee: 6:49am On Oct 18, 2017
but FRSC is not recruiting ooo abi you just dey find front page or is it the regular trademark that has characterized the Nigerian nepotistic job system

No advert yet some body just got an offer. This BUHARI government na wao

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Re: Should He Accept The Job Offer As A University Graduate? Pls Advice Needed by judecares1(m): 8:35am On Oct 18, 2017
WHAT A PITY,I SWEEP FOR HIM
Re: Should He Accept The Job Offer As A University Graduate? Pls Advice Needed by donbrowser(m): 8:36am On Oct 18, 2017
Yes
Re: Should He Accept The Job Offer As A University Graduate? Pls Advice Needed by solid3(m): 8:36am On Oct 18, 2017
izaray:
A brother of mine got a very good chance yesterday, but rejected the job offer, due to his higher qualitification.

This guy should be close to his late 40's. He was offered a FRSC job yesterday, but the job qualification was meant for an SSCE

or ND holder. And his a graduate of a university, so he rejected the offer. Saying, uniform jobs are not always easy to

man-over after accepting with a lower qualification, then later try to put in his degree, and his considering his age too.


My good people, pls wat's ur own advice on dis Knowing how difficult it is to get a good job in our coutry.



Late 40s?
Re: Should He Accept The Job Offer As A University Graduate? Pls Advice Needed by modelmike7(m): 8:36am On Oct 18, 2017
He ain't seen nothing yet!
Re: Should He Accept The Job Offer As A University Graduate? Pls Advice Needed by moscobabs(m): 8:37am On Oct 18, 2017
undecided
Re: Should He Accept The Job Offer As A University Graduate? Pls Advice Needed by Alao96(m): 8:37am On Oct 18, 2017
Make e dy sit-down look
Re: Should He Accept The Job Offer As A University Graduate? Pls Advice Needed by asawanathegreat(m): 8:37am On Oct 18, 2017
He should start somewhere at least. Let him accept it and with time he will make a good move to his level in d service.

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Re: Should He Accept The Job Offer As A University Graduate? Pls Advice Needed by MhizzAJ(f): 8:38am On Oct 18, 2017
Getting a job in Nigeria is quite challenging

And he's 40
That's a tough one
He should start up a business and forget about that uniform job

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Re: Should He Accept The Job Offer As A University Graduate? Pls Advice Needed by merryossai(m): 8:38am On Oct 18, 2017
they say to be great, you need to know what u want and refuse to settle for less! but sorry to say this; this is Nigeria and no success principle has ever worked here, the only thing we know is spirituality. my advice is for him to embrace the little opportunity that is beckoning on him because greatness is the combination of ordinary things that were done extraordinary and remember that this is Nigeria, opportunity may not even come at all not to talk but once.

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