Female banker reveals how she started earning salary on Facebook after losing her 7 years employment (Sponsored)


 

Everyone wants financial freedom as well as time freedom…to Get the things they want at the right time, Eat what they actually want (not what
they see) and be at the places they wish to be at the time they wish.

This is not so to many Nigerians. Apart from the fact that most do not have financial freedom, time freedom is another serious thing people battle with.

Most work their time out for peanut, they work extra hour for an amount that should be considered as a chicken change.

A pretty young african american business woman on laptop computer

IF YOU REALLY WANT FINANCIAL AND TIME FREEDOM, YOU WANT YOUR TIME TO GET YOU THE BEST VALUE, THEN YOU NEED TO READ THIS STORY TO THE END.

WHY?

This is because when you finish reading my story, you will not only discover how you can independently get access to financial freedom, you will also become a ‘Time Boss’ meaning that you will now start using your time on what matters and I can assure you that…this story will change your life within the next 90days.

I LOST MY 7YEARS EMPLOYMENT AT 31

My Name is Kate a former ‘worker’ at one of the top Nigerian Bank. I studied Banking and Finance at the University of Lag and graduated with a good grade. After my NYSC, Like a Normal Nigerian, I thought the next thing ahead of me was the labour market, I struggled out, went through different interviews in different companies, God so good, I found my way to one of the Top Banks in Nigeria After some months I have been struggling.

Although this was not a direct employment, it was on a ‘contract level’ ( You should know what I mean)
I got my first job through an employment agency, my normal salary being slashed into two on a 50/50 Basics ( But, watin woman go do?).

I BECAME A ‘FULL STAFF’

I resume work at 7:00 am and closes by 8:00 PM. I did this for sometime before I was able to get a ‘place’ at the bank, It was a good news when I became a ‘full staff’. this was like the best moment of my life.

Although this does not guarantee me more salary, at least, I will start getting my full pay.

I WAS EXPECTING MORE TIME FREEDOM

Now being a full staff of the bank, I was expecting something more like having more freedom of my time, I understand the nature of banking Jobs but at the same time, I had worked here for over 4years ( am supposed to be a senior staff). but the reverse is the case, the timing case is even more complicated on my little salary.

There are limitations to:

***The kind of places I can travel to
***The Days I can travel
***The Weekend I can use for myself
***Then the worse part of it, the time I spend with my family and friends

Since over 5 years of my employment, I can count the number of days I have seen the Daylight ( Apart from some weekend when I am not on shift) This is completely out of it to me. But, there was little I could do, Since I have not gotten another Job in an oil company.

I kept on struggling and looking for a better way.

I BECAME DESPERATE TO GET MORE
FINANCIAL AND TIME FREEDOM

I need more money in my pocket
I need more time for myself
When I told my Sister, Aunty Emmanuela that I am tired of this No time,
No Money kind of job.

She asked If I have another work to do, she even reminds me of some of my friends like Kenny and Bola who have been working for 60% of what I am earning since they graduated.

With Aunty Emmanuella’s response…I almost thought there will never be an alternative, I almost though the best work is what I am doing. But I never settle for less.
I still look up to a better offer.

And Then, There was a Sad Day I will Never Forget

On Thursday, April 25, 2019, I got to the office as usual to start the normal activities.
I was told that I have a letter waiting for me.

On getting to my desk, I met the brown envelope with my name boldly written on it.
What could this be on a Thursday? I asked myself.
When I open the letter, It was a ‘relief of duty’

I was destabilized, I didn’t know what to do.

I asked for my offense but no one could answer.
Over 1,500 of us were sacked.

It takes just too much courage to move on.

For some months, I was just a Sad, Jobless and Valueless graduate.

I tried many things, but no one worked. Because this time, I did not even have enough cash to start a great business. So, I keep on trying with what I have.

Orim Promise

Posted Jul 28th, 2020

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