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Thís application letter written by an employee will surpríse yóu

Many employees have completed their tertiary education but are unable to get work due to poor language in their application letters.

An employee sent a letter seeking a job, however the grammar employed in the letter will undoubtedly surprise you and make your day.

The employee is claimed to be a graduate of one of Nigeria's tertiary universities.

He drafted the letter so thoroughly that he included a signature and a full stop in word form.

I'm curious in the type of school he attended or graduated from, and I'm curious about the teachers that taught them grammar.

It was noticed that the student or employee's name is Akinpelu Blessing Ayobam, and he is seeking for a position as a secretary in a company.

According to the employee, he was passing by when he noticed a sign indicating that they wanted staff, so he drafted an application letter to get hired.

Many people struggle with speaking English or learning how to write in acceptable English for an article or letter.

I'm curious if his application letter will be accepted. I can't wait to hear the results or feedback that will be provided to him

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