Many React as Man Advertises as Extra Classes Teacher in Traffic Using a Placard

Many React as Man Advertises as Extra Classes Teacher in Traffic Using a Placard

  • A man has recently caused many to react as he stands in traffic in search of a job
  • The unknown man had a placard in his hands which read as 'home tutors' with two numbers attached
  • Netizens who saw the post said it is not right to allow a stranger into one's home

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A confident man has caused many to react after boldly moving out of his comfort zone to seek to be employed as an extra classes teacher.

The post sighted by on the Twitter timeline of @__msmaryam had the unidentified man standing amid cars in traffic with a placard that read, 'Home Lesson Tutors' and provided contact numbers.

Many tweeps appeared unsure about allowing a stranger to come into their homes.

Confident man seeks for a job in traffic
Home tutor Photo credit: @Msmaryam/Twitter
Source: Twitter

The post at the time of this publication has over 4,000 likes with close to 3500 retweets.

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@OjoraFuad commented:

Pls it's better to get lesson teachers from your children schools nowadays o , speaking from experience. May God help his condition though.

From @kola_maja:

Better he goes thru an agency. With the level of insecurity, people will not just want to allow a stranger into their homes

@anothertega replied:

Yeah he’s going to be unemployed for a long time, no one is hiring strangers that’s not at least from their kid’s school to be a private tutor.

@Fuqforpayy shared:

This is too risky. Trusting your kids with a total stranger? In your house? Omo you people are wilding oooo.

@the_ayoolas wrote:

The only help he can get is to be employed into a proper school not 'home lesson' .I'll never advise anyone to employ a teacher off the street for home tutorials. That'll be the most unsafe and unwise decision to make.

From @eagleeye_Pam:

Please do some verification before engagement. earlier reported that a confident unemployed Ghanian youth appears to have had enough as he hit the streets of Accra in search of a job.

The post sighted by shared on Facebook by one George Adom Crentsil revealed that the young man whose name was not disclosed was seen standing around the Accra Mall with a placard in his hands. The placard had the inscription below;

I need a job. 0542131142 Please help me


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