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How I Got A Job Through Nairaland Without Any Application by CrescentMoon(m): 11:29am On Nov 28, 2017
I have two accounts here. My first account always showcases my talents, expertise, and capabilities. Anytime I want to post comments on threads, I would be very cautious, and ensure I come off as a learned, disciplined person.

Anytime I want to post comments that disagree on political grounds, I use my other account. Your potential employer may be a chieftain of PDP, and here you are talking about how monies developed wings during Jonathan's presidency. You need advice about who to choose for marriage among four girls you're are already having carnal knowledge of, not knowing that a potential employer is a deacon in Deeper Life Bible Church.

So, one day in an argument, I boasted about a talent I have saying that no one in Nigeria does that better than I do. A man based in UK and with business interests in Nigeria contacted me. He and his partners have gone through my over 1000 comments. Then they interviewed me online. Before the interview, I reviewed all my comments, and practiced answers I will give if some of the questionable comments form the basis of their questions. They proved me right. That's how I landed a very big project. They are all aware of my strength, not my weaknesses. But I have a mild weakness I won't like they find out. The saving grace is that two job offers came the same day. The 2nd one is not in the least demanding. As a church guy, I went to a prophet, but I'm not sure the one he asked me to choose is right. I will follow my gut instinct.

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Re: How I Got A Job Through Nairaland Without Any Application by Pojomojo: 11:35am On Nov 28, 2017
CrescentMoon:
I have two accounts here. My first account always showcases my talents, expertise, and capabilities. Anytime I want to post comments on threads, I would be very cautious, and ensure I come off as a learned, disciplined person.

Anytime I want to post comments that disagree on political grounds, I use my other account. Your potential employer may be a chieftain of PDP, and here you are talking about how monies developed wings during Jonathan's presidency. You need advice about who to choose for marriage among four girls you're are already having carnal knowledge of, not knowing that a potential employer is a deacon in Deeper Life Bible Church.

So, one day in an argument, I boasted about a talent I have saying that no one in Nigeria does that better than I do. A man based in UK and with business interests in Nigeria contacted me. He and his partners have gone through my over 1000 comments. Then they interviewed me online. Before the interview, I reviewed all my comments, and practiced answers I will give if some of the questionable comments form the basis of their questions. They proved me right. That's how I landed a very big project. They are all aware of my strength, not my weaknesses. But I have a mild weakness I won't like they find out. The saving grace is that two job offers came the same day. The 2nd one is not in the least demanding. As a church guy, I went to a prophet wink, but I'm not sure the one he asked me to choose is right. I will follow my gut instinct.
Re: How I Got A Job Through Nairaland Without Any Application by fargo(m): 11:48am On Nov 28, 2017
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Re: How I Got A Job Through Nairaland Without Any Application by JamieRocks(m): 11:56am On Nov 28, 2017
CrescentMoon:
I have two accounts here. My first account always showcases my talents, expertise, and capabilities. Anytime I want to post comments on threads, I would be very cautious, and ensure I come off as a learned, disciplined person.

Anytime I want to post comments that disagree on political grounds, I use my other account. Your potential employer may be a chieftain of PDP, and here you are talking about how monies developed wings during Jonathan's presidency. You need advice about who to choose for marriage among four girls you're are already having carnal knowledge of, not knowing that a potential employer is a deacon in Deeper Life Bible Church.

So, one day in an argument, I boasted about a talent I have saying that no one in Nigeria does that better than I do. A man based in UK and with business interests in Nigeria contacted me. He and his partners have gone through my over 1000 comments. Then they interviewed me online. Before the interview, I reviewed all my comments, and practiced answers I will give if some of the questionable comments form the basis of their questions. They proved me right. That's how I landed a very big project. They are all aware of my strength, not my weaknesses. But I have a mild weakness I won't like they find out. The saving grace is that two job offers came the same day. The 2nd one is not in the least demanding. As a church guy, I went to a prophet, but I'm not sure the one he asked me to choose is right. I will follow my gut instinct.
wishing you success on the new project, but don't forget to carry us along if there's a need for assistance.
Re: How I Got A Job Through Nairaland Without Any Application by Nobody: 11:58am On Nov 28, 2017
Cool story grin
Re: How I Got A Job Through Nairaland Without Any Application by Spylord48: 11:59am On Nov 28, 2017
CrescentMoon:




As a church guy, I went to a prophet, but I'm not sure the one he asked me to choose is right. I will follow my gut instinct.

So your prophet will decide for you the job to choose? I am a job seeker but no pastor or prophet can tell me the job to choose and I will agree.Most of them are fake and decievers. Most of them know the right thing but they will persuade you to choose the wrong one for their own selfish interest.
If am in your shoes, I will go with my conscience and not what a prophet ask me to do.I will choose the other one because it shows that there are more prospects, job security and everything there but the so called prophet will not to choose the one that won't favour you more later.
I am not saying that your prophet is wrong but one need to be cautious with them..
You will trust the so called man of God, give them everything .They will come with Bible and tell you to close your eyes for prayers only for you to open your eyes later and see that the so called man of God will collect his Bible and even dupe you on top of it .Experience has taught me bitterly and it shall not be well with all these prophet and so called men of God that destroy destinies and lead people astray

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Re: How I Got A Job Through Nairaland Without Any Application by CrescentMoon(m): 8:36pm On Nov 28, 2017
Spylord48:


So your prophet will decide for you the job to choose? I am a job seeker but no pastor or prophet can tell me the job to choose and I will agree.Most of them are fake and decievers. Most of them know the right thing but they will persuade you to choose the wrong one for their own selfish interest.
If am in your shoes, I will go with my conscience and not what a prophet ask me to do.I will choose the other one because it shows that there are more prospects, job security and everything there but the so called prophet will not to choose the one that won't favour you more later.
I am not saying that your prophet is wrong but one need to be cautious with them..
You will trust the so called man of God, give them everything .They will come with Bible and tell you to close your eyes for prayers only for you to open your eyes later and see that the so called man of God will collect his Bible and even dupe you on top of it .Experience has taught me bitterly and it shall not be well with all these prophet and so called men of God that destroy destinies and lead people astray

Actually a prophecy was given to me long time ago by a senior prophet to this one (same church). The current prophecy is clearly against the old one given 9 years ago. That's why I suspected these folks may not be taken serious.
Re: How I Got A Job Through Nairaland Without Any Application by generationz(f): 11:58pm On Nov 28, 2017
Lol congrats


Christians and seeking prophets sha

Be very care

If you are truly born again the same holy spirit in him is in you. You just have to activate your relationship by continuous contact with him through prayer and reading your bible

Next time you have issues like this, don't meet anyone
Take time off work or you can use the night when there is quite, table you issues before God ( be persistent if nothing comes up the first time) I assure you he will give you an answer. The answer could be through a dream, vision, or more often the still small voice in your spirit.
You need to learn to work on yourself, prophets are humans too and cake mistakes, besides there are many fake prophets in town now.
Crescentmoon

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Re: How I Got A Job Through Nairaland Without Any Application by Spylord48: 5:14am On Nov 29, 2017
CrescentMoon:


Actually a prophecy was given to me long time ago by a senior prophet to this one (same church). The current prophecy is clearly against the old one given 9 years ago. That's why I suspected these folks may not be taken serious.



just follow your mind please and not what one prophet says.They will not choose the ones that wil always favour you because most of them are enemies of progress
Re: How I Got A Job Through Nairaland Without Any Application by femi4: 5:59am On Nov 29, 2017
CrescentMoon:
I have two accounts here. My first account always showcases my talents, expertise, and capabilities. Anytime I want to post comments on threads, I would be very cautious, and ensure I come off as a learned, disciplined person.

Anytime I want to post comments that disagree on political grounds, I use my other account. Your potential employer may be a chieftain of PDP, and here you are talking about how monies developed wings during Jonathan's presidency. You need advice about who to choose for marriage among four girls you're are already having carnal knowledge of, not knowing that a potential employer is a deacon in Deeper Life Bible Church.

So, one day in an argument, I boasted about a talent I have saying that no one in Nigeria does that better than I do. A man based in UK and with business interests in Nigeria contacted me. He and his partners have gone through my over 1000 comments. Then they interviewed me online. Before the interview, I reviewed all my comments, and practiced answers I will give if some of the questionable comments form the basis of their questions. They proved me right. That's how I landed a very big project. They are all aware of my strength, not my weaknesses. But I have a mild weakness I won't like they find out. The saving grace is that two job offers came the same day. The 2nd one is not in the least demanding. As a church guy, I went to a prophet, but I'm not sure the one he asked me to choose is right. I will follow my gut instinct.
You are still seeking prophet with all the teachings about holy spirit by Jesus. Some Christians sha
Re: How I Got A Job Through Nairaland Without Any Application by Nobody: 6:16am On Nov 29, 2017
CrescentMoon:
I have two accounts here. My first account always showcases my talents, expertise, and capabilities. Anytime I want to post comments on threads, I would be very cautious, and ensure I come off as a learned, disciplined person.

Anytime I want to post comments that disagree on political grounds, I use my other account. Your potential employer may be a chieftain of PDP, and here you are talking about how monies developed wings during Jonathan's presidency. You need advice about who to choose for marriage among four girls you're are already having carnal knowledge of, not knowing that a potential employer is a deacon in Deeper Life Bible Church.

So, one day in an argument, I boasted about a talent I have saying that no one in Nigeria does that better than I do. A man based in UK and with business interests in Nigeria contacted me. He and his partners have gone through my over 1000 comments. Then they interviewed me online. Before the interview, I reviewed all my comments, and practiced answers I will give if some of the questionable comments form the basis of their questions. They proved me right. That's how I landed a very big project. They are all aware of my strength, not my weaknesses. But I have a mild weakness I won't like they find out. The saving grace is that two job offers came the same day. The 2nd one is not in the least demanding. As a church guy, I went to a prophet, but I'm not sure the one he asked me to choose is right. I will follow my gut instinct.

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Re: How I Got A Job Through Nairaland Without Any Application by CrescentMoon(m): 9:31am On Nov 29, 2017
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Re: How I Got A Job Through Nairaland Without Any Application by Pojomojo: 11:15am On Nov 29, 2017
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There is no denying the fact that the hopeless realities that characterise today’s labour market were never imagined in the past by any of those that witnessed the boom period of the Nigerian labour market when undergraduates were fortunate enough to secure mouth-watering jobs even before graduation while some less fortunate ones secured well-paying jobs few months after graduation.

Then, the labour market was seemingly in a perfect state that any experienced graduate was literarily sought after like a chaste bride by the recruitment teams of various multinational companies. It was said that some companies went as far as establishing their presence in some of the few universities that existed then apparently to catch young and brilliant students before they graduated. Though the foregoing may sound like a fairy tale to the youths of today, that was how favourable the labour market was.

Young school certificate holders were also not denied the opportunities that existed then in the labour market as some of them secured jobs in both public and private organisations. Some of the lucky ones among them rose through the ranks by attending short courses. Some of them that secured admissions to study in either local or foreign universities were granted study leave. With this, many ambitious youths were able to re-join the company that granted him or her study leave.

But alas, the realities of today’s labour market glaringly reveal that the mechanism of supply is far greater than that of demand. Succinctly put, the labour market is saturated. Even those that are gainfully employed are literarily hanging on the precipice of uncertainties as they could be thrown into the saturated labour market at any time for no good reason.

Today, a vacancy advertisement in a newspaper for an existing position, say an “Administrative Assistant” may elicit thousands of responses from unemployed youths that are mostly graduates. The realities in the labour market today are so bad that even greedy expatriates of Asian stock now treat their Nigerian employees in a way that is reminiscent of the days of slavery.

Due to the saturation of the labour market, most graduate applicants now apply for lower jobs, yet most of them are rebuffed by some employers, particularly expatriates of Asian origin who now seem to be making mockery of the situation. There are cases where young graduate applicants were contemptuously invited to participate in various recruitment exercise only to be collectively treated like the rag tag and bobtail.

On the contrary, this writer witnessed the period when secondary school students that were seemingly tired of continuing their education dropped out from class 4 in the secondary school, applied for what was then known as G4 certificate, while those who did not pass their school certificate examinations were rated as S.75 holders. Despite the collective low value of the foregoing certificates then, their holders were able to secure jobs as clerical assistants in some good organisations. Today, most of them are managers in various sectors of the economy.

The essence of the foregoing analysis is to let some readers understand why the present PDP government of President Goodluck Jonathan needs to treat the issue of unemployment as a matter of priority. The reason for this cannot be farfetched as it is very obvious that unemployment has remained one of the major factors causing insecurity in the country.

The question now is, “What happened along the line that the labour market has become ignominiously saturated that expatriates from less endowed countries are now beginning to see our graduates as hewers of wood and drawers of water?

First and foremost, vacancies that exist in government ministries, departments and agencies are no longer advertised for the benefits of all Nigerians through the media or through official gazettes. Information on vacancies existing in government establishments are somewhat shrouded in secrecy by top civil servants, which are later made known to politicians. It appears they have decided to make it secret only to be revealed to their close relations and political associates. The foregoing sums up one of the negative Nigerian factors called “man-know-man” syndrome. It is not an exaggeration to say that for any unemployed youth to secure job in any government institution these days he must be literarily connected to any of the members of the ruling party; either at the local, state or federal level.

Secondly, it seems government at all levels have shirked their responsibilities of creating jobs for the teeming youth population. It is very unfortunate that the critical issue of employment has now been politicised to the detriment of millions of Nigerians.

In 1983 this writer registered with the Federal Ministry of Labour and Productivity as a job seeker. As expected then, he was assisted in securing an interview with a manufacturing company at Ilupeju, Lagos, though he was not employed. But it was a step in the right direction. Today, many vulnerable job seekers are left in the hands of dubious recruitment agencies that are at the moment mushrooming in all the cities and on the websites.

Most of these self-acclaimed recruitment agencies are wont to drop names of reputable organisations in order to hoodwink unsuspecting and desperate job seekers who are often fleeced through different guises. It could be through payment for form, processing fee, CV design fee and various spurious names invented to rip off job seekers.

The labour market is in this crisis due to the abysmal negligence and levity being exhibited by the government at all levels. In other climes, the issue of spurious employment agencies ripping off vulnerable youths would never come to play as there would have been statutory measures to nip it in the bud.

Moreso, it appears governments have literarily conspired not to create jobs for the unemployed. Or how else can one explain the prevailing state of laxity from government quarters, so to say? Today, most businessmen are frustrated from businesses as a result of epileptic power supply, unjustified and multiple tax payments to virtually all levels of government and prevailing high interest rates charged on money borrowed from banks. Given these militating factors, how would it be possible for the private sector to create jobs for the unemployed and an in turn keep themselves and their family members away from the biting effects of the harsh economy?

Also, the insincerity being exhibited by most of our leaders is palpable. For instance, most ministers at every given forum are wont to rhetorically boast that if any particular project within the purview of their respective ministries was executed, it would create millions of jobs for the youths. This rhetoric of job creation, in my view, has been overflogged by our political leaders. To me, they only use this rhetoric to achieve cheap political gains. For the umpteenth time, Nigerians have been told that millions of jobs would be created in the oil and gas sector. But alas! as at the time of writing this piece, job opportunities in the oil and gas sector has remained an illusion to many job seekers. Nigerians have equally been told the same story by political office holders in the agricultural sector. Surprisingly, the only opportunity that is available in the agricultural sector today is that of a traditional peasant farmer.

In my view, government at all levels should begin to see the creation of jobs for unemployed Nigerians as topmost priority. They should stop politicising it. Many Nigerians want the boom era of the labour market to begin to manifest in this 21st century. It is possible if our political leaders are sincere.
Re: How I Got A Job Through Nairaland Without Any Application by yomcity: 1:24pm On Nov 29, 2017
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Re: How I Got A Job Through Nairaland Without Any Application by nationidea: 1:33pm On Nov 29, 2017
yomcity:
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Re: How I Got A Job Through Nairaland Without Any Application by Nobody: 2:45pm On Nov 29, 2017
Mynd44 afternoon don come for this thread oh cheesy cheesy

"As a church guy, I went to a prophet, but I'm not sure the one he asked me to choose is right. I will follow my gut instinct."
- You just spoilt the story angry angry angry
Re: How I Got A Job Through Nairaland Without Any Application by generationz(f): 10:25pm On Nov 29, 2017
Crescentmoon

If you can truly hear from the Holy spirit then good for you
tell me, how did it start for you, did you ask for it or it just started


My father in the Lord (bishop oyedepo) always says no prophecy will leave you without a way for it to be carried out or how to fulfill it.
When you saw the vision you should have gone back to the place of prayer to ask for an interpretation, to understand it better.

I naturally do not believe in " God ordained wife" . I believe there are ladies who might meet God's requirement of a wife for us ( he knows our deepest needs) and he can lead you to her if you pray. However what if she's taken by someone she truly loves, or she doesn't like you or some other things. Would you kidnap her to marry by force. That's why we still have to open our eyes even after we are led.

Also about the prophet and your visions be very careful there are many voices I this world including the voice of Satan. I don't mean to scare you, but if all your previous visions aren't in line with what the Bible says, then they might not be from God. The Bible is always out manual.
Re: How I Got A Job Through Nairaland Without Any Application by CrescentMoon(m): 11:33pm On Nov 29, 2017
generationz:
Crescentmoon

If you can truly hear from the Holy spirit then good for you
tell me, how did it start for you, did you ask for it or it just started


My father in the Lord (bishop oyedepo) always says no prophecy will leave you without a way for it to be carried out or how to fulfill it.
When you saw the vision you should have gone back to the place of prayer to ask for an interpretation, to understand it better.

I naturally do not believe in " God ordained wife" . I believe there are ladies who might meet God's requirement of a wife for us ( he knows our deepest needs) and he can lead you to her if you pray. However what if she's taken by someone she truly loves, or she doesn't like you or some other things. Would you kidnap her to marry by force. That's why we still have to open our eyes even after we are led.

Also about the prophet and your visions be very careful there are many voices I this world including the voice of Satan. I don't mean to scare you, but if all your previous visions aren't in line with what the Bible says, then they might not be from God. The Bible is always out manual.

Bishop will always be my number one father. Followed by bishop Abioye and Pastor Triumphant - now in Duoala, Cameroon. I covet all the nine gifts of the Spirit. I exhibit word of knowledge most. It got to a stage I would see what will happen tomorrow today. Tongues - the flow of tongues today would be different from that of Tomorrow.

I will pray again. But I'm just not used to praying for directions - I'm a spoiled child, as the visions come without asking for them. I hope they no be from spirit of divination sha... Like the one crying behind Paul and others that they are God's servants. Lol
Re: How I Got A Job Through Nairaland Without Any Application by Gtuns(m): 12:22am On Nov 30, 2017
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Re: How I Got A Job Through Nairaland Without Any Application by generationz(f): 10:31pm On Nov 30, 2017
CrescentMoon:


Bishop will always be my number one father. Followed by bishop Abioye and Pastor Triumphant - now in Duoala, Cameroon. I covet all the nine gifts of the Spirit. I exhibit word of knowledge most. It got to a stage I would see what will happen tomorrow today. Tongues - the flow of tongues today would be different from that of Tomorrow.

I will pray again. But I'm just not used to praying for directions - I'm a spoiled child, as the visions come without asking for them. I hope they no be from spirit of divination sha... Like the one crying behind Paul and others that they are God's servants. Lol
1. How did it start for you?

2 like I said if what you see doesn't go in tandem with the word of God then be careful. 'test all spirits"

3 I just went through your other topics. You seem to have been through a lot. Seems you are naturally an extrovert but circumstances have pushed you into a shell.
Re: How I Got A Job Through Nairaland Without Any Application by CrescentMoon(m): 7:50am On Dec 01, 2017
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Re: How I Got A Job Through Nairaland Without Any Application by generationz(f): 5:36pm On Dec 01, 2017
CrescentMoon:


1. It started the day I was told to leave my mother's church for Winners Chapel. While in Winners, I prayed for a course to read in the University and I was told by a clear voice to go for "shepherding of animals". My friends were in Lautech and I chose animal Production and Health. I was later told in a vision that it's not animal science He meant. I'm currently not in Winners due to some circumstances.

2. Other voices in the universe will surely throw jargons your way, but one will have to distinguish between them.

3. Just because I have signs of being knowledgeable of the scriptures, I was sent to pastor a Winners Chapel branch before I left for NYSC. During NYSC, RCCG asked me to pastor one of their branches. My journey working for organizations has not been rosy due to some issues; I lost interest in becoming a pastor though.
Lol
@the first answer you see why direction is important
Hmmm
Are you born again or just scripturally knowledgeable

You have been through a lot

This is the time you need to make Jesus your friend and confidant, forget pastor in for now. Even the disciples had three years of training before going into the world. If you don't truly know Jesus and just go into pastoring I'm sorry but you might not make heaven. The ultimate is for every Christian to have a personal relationship with Christ, before any duty.

So this your new project is going to end the sufferings of years right?
i am happy for you


So who told you to leave your mom's church

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