I got my hands dirty and today I have a success story to tell

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Everyday, we receive success stories from our hard working and highly dedicated candidates, and if there is one thing that is common with all these amazing individuals, it’s reading about their cost and the sacrifices that they made to be a part of this journey.

The bigger the cost, the greater their joy when the success story comes in, the good thing is that they find a family of support in the Digital Bananas team.

The key is to not give up.

Let us read her success story to remind us of one of the reasons never to give up and to persevere, just when she was going to give up, her success came.

This is my success story sir

Hello Keji, Please keep me anonymous from External Platform. I joined DBT IN December 2016 with no working experience (Full housewife). After the class training with Keji, I joined FHF project where I started getting my hands dirty taking minutes with the help of Folashade Olafimihan. I also joined DX — Governance project where I anchored RAIDs meeting with the help of Maranatha who was always there to answer my questions. I joined DX — ESP Project where I was giving a role of BA facilitator. DX — ESP project was where I found my voice, where I started talking in meetings because I was the shy type. I learnt a lot from this project thanks to Adebayo Adewunmi, Leo kuku, Romeo Obi, Josephine, Tolu, Afeezat Shutti, Oby Cynthia, Sophia, Titus, Modupe, Pearl. When I got to mentoring stage, I started to apply for job and attended three interviews which was unsuccessful. After my third interview, I was so discouraged to join any project meeting and my subscription was about to finish, that was when Caroline Nnadi called me to ask if I am still interested in the role of project planner for eworkexperience 4.0. After accepting the planner’s role, I renewed my subscription, started applying back and went for the 4th interview where I got the role for PMO support. I will like to say thank you to Keji for this wonderful platform. Thanks to Caroline Nnadi and the program office. Thanks to my Mentor Esther Okpala for the support throughout and also to Babajide Arigbabu for the advice and not minding my silly questions. My advice is to keep getting your hands dirty and stay focus. Even if you are shy just try to keep getting your hands dirty for the purpose of interview and do not give up because your success story is next.

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