A Nigerian lady has reportedly turned down a lucrative job in Lagos, because she’s scared of Third Mainland Bridge.
According to a Twitter user, @lollypeezle, who shared the story on the platform, the lady applied for the job thinking she would be given the role in the Mainland office of the firm whose island office is the only one functioning at the moment due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
He further revealed that the lady turned down the job, which offers to pay her one hundred and ninety thousand naira monthly, on grounds of her being scared of “plenty water and Third Mainland Bridge.”
His tweet reads,
“Just today, a lady turned down a lucrative job on the Island. She said she can’t take it because she’s scared of Third Mainland Bridge. I was dumbfounded. Just Third Mainland Bridge o
“190k job that people will die for with all the paparazzi attached. I wish I could switch position.
“Apparently, the company is a reputable real estate company with offices on the mainland and island. She thought she would be given the role in the Mainland office but presently, due to covid-19, the company is only functioning at the island office….
“Madam said she can’t take the job. She’s scared of plenty water and Third Mainland Bridge. A staff even offered to be bringing her from Alapere where she stays, she didn’t accept. She said she has heard a lot about the bridge… a lot bii ti bawo? She no need job. 3mb phobia”.
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