I wanted to cry after NYSC posted me to Computer Village to sell phones – Lady

I wanted to cry after NYSC posted me to Computer Village to sell phones - Lady 1

A National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) member, identified as Miri, recently took to Twitter to share her posting experience at Computer Village, Lagos.

She revealed in her tweet that she was posted to the bustling tech hub to sell phones. Upon arriving at Computer Village, she struggled to locate the shop where she was supposed to work.

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She noted that the shop owner continually shouted at her over the phone, causing her distress.

“I was so lost in the maze of shops, and the guy on the phone just wouldn’t stop yelling at me. I wanted to cry,” Miri tweeted.

“I asked him to reject me immediately, or else I would steal from him,” Miri added.

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She said the shop owner decided to accept her proposal and rejected her NYSC posting.

See reactions below:

@AdaukwuNnamdi: “I think being a Nigerian automatically jumpstarts you to an excellent career in comedy because every damn thing in this country is a joke😭😭😂😂.”

@OnasGee02: “Gangster move, but you’d have made money sha.”

@OnojaLydia: “During mine, they posted a girl to a church 😂.”

@jailden007: “they posted one of my friend’s sister to a mortuary as a mortuary attendant 😂.”

@NECHEELINA: “And I was complaining about my PPA 😂😂 Let me manage my community secondary school in peace.”

@TheUremma: “Same thing that happened to me. They posted me to a phone slot I don cry tire today 😣.”

@PhTekno: “You’re a fat liar Miri You didn’t tell the man you would steal from him.”

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