English speaking graduate says she went to Libya for KSh 28k job as housekeeper after quitting teaching

  • A Nigerian graduate who traveled to Libya to become a cleaner said she was paid 25,000 naira as a teacher back home.
  • The lady said she was proud of her cleaner job which pays 100,000 naira per month than the way she worked in Nigeria.
  • Many people who reacted to her video said they love the way she takes pride in her work abroad and hustle

A well-spoken Nigerian went online to tackle a person who was wondering how graduates leave Nigeria to do odd jobs in Libya.

The lady said her current salary was enough to take care of her family. Image source: TikTok/@bintirajj
Source: UGC

I was teaching from JSS 1 to SS 3

In a video, she says, graduates also need money to live their lives well. She revealed that she received a meager salary of KSh7,000 per month as a teacher at her home.

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The lady switched to English from Queen’s to show that she is well qualified. According to her, she wrote huge lecture notes before she even received her pittance.

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That was not all, she revealed that for N25,000 she would have to teach from JSS 1 to SS3 which would make the job even harder.

She said she would rather take a “dirty” job than a “clean” one that pays much less.

In his words:

“Do you know how tiring it is?… Do you know how many class notes I’m going to write before the end of the month?”

Watch the video below:

TUKO.co.ke compiled some of the reactions below:

Toya x said:

“Proud of you is legitimate, clean money and I’m glad you’re not ashamed of what you’re doing. In time, God will open bigger and better doors for you.”

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Abdul Wahab said:

“I love the way you express your words madam, the best in Yoruba, the best in English and the best in Arabic, all for you only, my sister.”

david pat said:

“Omo ur English Dey carries me trabaye.”

Olubanjo Adigun said:

“Well said my dear sister. God bless you my dear sister. May Almighty God bless your restlessness.. all is well with you.”

Lady travels abroad to earn money

TUKO.co.ke earlier reported that a lady with the TikTok handle @shaheedah_cee went online to share how she and her mother survived after her father’s death.

The lady said her mother’s in-laws kicked her out after her husband died and she had to drop out of school and become a cleaner when she was 14.

The lady found a job in Dubai and moved. Determined to make her mother’s life comfortable, she saved up all her overseas wages and built a house for the wife.

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