“There Are Jobs In The Country Only That The Degrees Acquired By The Children Of The Poor Is Different” – Shehu Sanni

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There Are Jobs In The Country Only That The Degrees Acquired By The Children Of The Poor Is Different From The Ones Acquired By The children Of The Poor - Shehu Sanni

The member representing Kaduna West Senatorial district in the upper chambers of the National Assembly, Shehu Sanni, has come out to enumerate the difference between the degree acquired by the poor and the one acquired by the rich.

Sanni who spoke through his Twitter handle explained that the degrees acquired by the children of the poor are the one that does not guarantee jobs while the ones acquired by the children of the rich ensures a good job hence they two degrees are not the same.

He concluded by saying there jobs in the country.

His words:

The degrees that will not guarantee jobs is the one acquired by the children of the poor, the downtrodden & those born with a wooden or a Plastic spoon. For those Born with a silver and Gold spoons, JOB DEY!

His tweet:

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