Stop saying there’s no job in Nigeria – Actress Belinda Effah

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Nollywood actress, Belinda Effah has advised people to stop saying there is no job in Nigeria. Belinda Effah took to social media with a post stating that before anyone can conclude that there is no job in Nigeria, such a person need to first state the kind of job he or she wants.

According to her, most youths today don’t want a humble beginning. Even when they manage to embrace one, it is usually taken lightly while they continue searching for a better job as an escape route.

Belinda Effah shared:

Just Like Saying All Men Cheat – It’s Not True – A Lot Of Youth Wont Just Humble Themselves and Start With The Available- Even When They Do, They Are Half Minded – More Like Marking Time For The Next Job – They Don’t Put In Enough To Build The Little To What They Have Dreamed Of . They always look for the easy way out
Who Is the Problem – The People Or The Governments – Just Thinking Out Loud .
PS: Yahoo Yahoo Is Not The Way Out
Fake Life Will Lead You To Nothing
Moral Of Story – BUILD THAT BUSINESS YOU SEE AS LITTLE TO THE BIG CONGLOMERATE EVERYONE WILL LIKE TO IDENTIFY WITH
#MINDSET – Change Your Mindset

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