6 Years After Relocating to US, Lady Becomes Citizen, Says She’s Looking for Good Job

6 Years After Relocating to US, Lady Becomes Citizen, Says She’s Looking for Good Job

  • A Nigerian lady, Janet Omogunsoye, now has every reason to smile after years of relocating to America
  • On Friday, September 24, the US government awarded her citizenship, a feat that got many people congratulating her
  • Janet revealed that she is currently on the lookout for a good job as that is the next thing to achieve

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A young Nigerian lady, Janet Omogunsoye, has taken to social media to celebrate her citizenship in America.

Janet revealed that the feat came after she had migrated to the country six years ago. The Nigerian lady's citizenship was approved on Friday, September 24.

Many people congratulated her.
The lady said she wants a good job next. Photo source: LinkedIn/Janet Omogunsoye
Source: UGC

Next is to get a good job

Posing with her citizenship certificate and the American flag, the lady revealed that the next plan is to get a good job as she is currently job hunting.

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With this development, she has joined a league of Nigerians like Wilfred Asuquo and Victor Akinbodunse who became citizens abroad.

Nigerians took to her comment section to celebrate her. Janet's post has gathered tens of comments at the time of writing this report.

YEN.com.gh compiled some of the reactions below:

Olasupo Alimi said:


Oladotun Isaac said:


Peter Oha said:

"Great to hear! Congratulations!"

Mohammed Hamzat said:

"Congratulations to you! much more favour awaits you."

From student to citizen

Meanwhile, YEN.com.gh earlier reported that a young man, David Fowler, who travelled abroad to study succeeded after decades in America.

Taking to LinkedIn, he revealed that he finally became an American citizen after starting out as an immigrant.

Reflecting on his journey, he said that he came into the foreign country on a one-year student visa. Afterwards, he got a five-year working visa.

David posed with the country's flag made from balloons. Around him were also balloons of different colours on the floor. Many people flooded his comment sections with messages of congratulations and how he worked hard for his new status.

Another Nigerian succeeded in America

In other similar news, a Nigerian man identified as Ayo Phillips narrated how the sacrifice his parents made 20 years ago made him what he is today.

In a post on Wednesday, January 27, Ayo said that his parents used their property to get a loan for his one-way ticket to America.

According to Ayo, his life has been transformed since then as he is now a co-owner of a big business in America.

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