Man jobless for 3 years at Ashaiman dies same day he got job at immigration service

Man jobless for 3 years at Ashaiman dies same day he got job at immigration service

- Andrew Adomako-Jassie, a gentleman at Ashaiman in Ghana has passed on the same day he was supposed to start a job at the Immigration Service

- It is reported that the young man stayed for 3 years after university without a job and had just grabbed his 1st job

- According to a close friend, Andrews simply experience a headache on the day he was appointed to begin his job and passed away

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30-year-old Ghanaian man named Andrew Adomako-Jassie has reportedly died just a day after he secured a new job with the Ghana Immigration Service.

In a post that is fast going viral on Twitter by a gentleman who described himself as a friend to the deceased, it is indicated that Andrew had been out of the university for three years without a job before he got his huge break.

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Pulse.com.gh reports that the deceased was supposed to start his job training on Monday, December 14, but he complained of headache and passed away the very day he was meant to start the work.

Man jobless for 3 years at Ashaiman dies 1 day after getting immigration job
Man jobless for 3 years at Ashaiman dies 1 day after getting immigration job Source: @_bernvrd
Source: Twitter

See the Twitter post by Andrews' friend below:

Many people have been reacting wildly after hearing of the sad news.

@Razzynana5 shared a similar sad experience a close friend of his suffered.

@mjdenzel_ suggested that stories like this are able to turn people away from believing in God.

@dotebwoy also recounted a similar incident that happened to a gentleman who was from his department and got a great job.

In another captivating report, a hardworking middle-aged Ghanaian lady Edith Awua who was trained as a professional teacher now works as a taxi driver after an interesting turn of events.

In an interview with SV TV Africa monitored by YEN.com.gh, Edith explained that she stopped teaching after returning from a stay in China.

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The lady who works at the Atomic Junction Taxi rank in Accra mentioned that she had taught in Ghana for 15 years and travelled to continue teaching in China for five years.

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