An unemployed graduate identified as Oladayo Oyebowale, stormed the Osun state secretariat on Monday, August 16th to beg the governor for a job.
The 33-year-old father of three who stationed himself at the state secretariat’s entrance with a roll-up banner which had his resume revealed he’s been out job since January due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
According to Oyebowale, a master’s student at the University of Ilorin he’s in dire need of a job to be a responsible father to his children.
Part of the inscriptions on the banner reads, “Governor Gboyega Oyetola, Please I need a job. I want to be a responsible father.”
This is coming after a Nigerian lady identified as Rachel Atinuke hit the street to beg for job shortly after completing her one year national youth service.
Atinuke who passed out alongside other 2020 Batch ‘A’, National Youth Service Corps Members, yesterday, February 18th, took to the street to look for job, moments after her passing out parade (POP).
The lady who desperately doesn’t want to join the long list of unemployed graduates, took to the streets on Thursday with a placard to beg for a job while still wearing her NYSC uniform.