- A Nigerian lady, Enobong Ebitu, is celebrating even after her appointment was terminated by the company she used to work for
- The lady said the consciousness that her work is not a permanent one made her work hard at getting everything out of it
- Before she was asked to go, she made enough money to book vacations and paid her school bills
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A Nigerian lady, Enobong Ebitu, recently took to LinkedIn to share how she lost her job. She said that it just happened without any crime.
Enobong said the company laid her off because the workload at its warehouse had reduced. She added that she wants her experience to teach people how everything can work well when one plans ahead.
The lady said prior to the employment termination, she had saved as much money as possible, preparing for the inevitable end as she was a contract worker with no job security.
According to her, weeks before she was sacked, she already enrolled herself in a school and was finding it hard managing both.
Enobong noted that before she lost her job, she made sure to pay her rent, school, and visa fees. According to the lady, the day she planned she was going to leave was her exact last day.
Enobong said that planning saved her from the consequences she may have faced from losing a job she always relied on.
Her post partly read:
“With the space of few months, I got my admission, half scholarship, secured a room in a new city from this job. I knew it wasn’t forever so I started planning my exit. The day I decided would be my last day was my LAST DAY.”
Below are some of the reactions her post got:
Isaiah AdeIbukun said:
"Another lesson you should learn, don't disclose your plan to exit a job IF you are still contemplating on the move. But if you have decided and get ready to leave, you may then share with a colleague."
Abiwo Abiodun said:
"Quite impressive on how you manage life through it challenges and come stronger and positive...... could you please guard me on how I can a school to study abroad?"
Bryan FOSTER said:
"Don't worry when one door closes another one opens some where else ??? Spread the love and never give up."
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