In today’s digital age where job applications often involve a litany of online forms, one Nigerian man is setting himself apart in his quest for a bank job. He has grabbed the attention of thousands on social media with his distinctive application letter, handwritten with finesse and accompanied by a trending photo. Let’s delve into the details of this fascinating story that’s winning hearts and ushering in a breath of fresh air into job application processes.
A humorous job application letter sent by a Nigerian man to a bank, which showcased his unique handwriting and upbeat attitude, has become a social media sensation.
Have you ever heard of someone employing humor and self-praise to grab attention in their job application? Tamunotekena Roberts, a Nigerian man seeking employment, has done precisely that. Not only did his unconventional approach divert the usual monotony of job applications but it also made his application letter a talking point across various social media platforms.
But what’s so special about this application, you ask? Well, Tamunotekena emphasized his beautiful handwriting, humorously applauding his own work. He then added a dose of daring humor, playfully mentioning the potential fallout if he didn’t secure the job.
Beyond amusement, his unorthodox job application has also sparked a debate. People are questioning whether such a distinct method is the right way to secure a job. So, as you record your reactions to Tamunotekena’s application, it’s worth pondering the importance of creativity when grabbing an employer’s attention. Who knows, you might find inspiration in Tamunotekena’s application letter for your own job hunt.
Man threatens to scatter bank if he is not given a job
In a remarkable twist, the job application letter revealed the individual’s unique approach. The candidate audaciously vowed to ‘wreak havoc’ on the bank establishment if they failed to secure the position.
The original text stated: “Dear Sir, I humbly wish to apply for the position of banker in your reputable firm, I am Tamuntakena Reberts, an indigene of Okrika, I Okrika Local Government Area.
“If I don’t get this job, will come with my boys to scatter & destroy your facility. See make una no carry me play o, I don too speak english for this letter abi? Oya no worry I dey show with my niggers like this. No cap.”
Netizens gush over man’s clean handwriting
The application penned by the man has evoked a variety of responses from online users.
Rose Deborah Austine shared her thoughts:
“Wow, it’s beautiful.”
Joyce Roberts said:
“Did you say the position you want?”
“Which kind cultist application be this.”
Joyce Roberts said:
“You are good at it. Grandpapa Grandson.”
Ngozi Elizabeth Alfred reacted:
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