– A Nigerian man serving in the United States Army, Babatunde Adebiyi, said he would be leaving the armed forces soon
– Adebiyi, who made the disclosure on social media, said he has about 120 days of active duty time left
– He shared his qualification on LinkedIn and sought people’s advice on how to be successful in the corporate world
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Babatunde Adebiyi, a Nigerian man serving in the United States Army, has announced that he will be resigning from the armed forces soon.
Adebiyi took to LinkedIn to make the disclosure, adding that he has about 120 days of active duty time remaining.
The military officer sought the advice of all former service members, mentors, recruiters, and veteran resource managers on the social media platform.
Babatunde Adebiyi has about 120 days of active duty time remaining in the United States Army.
Photo credit: Babatunde Adebiyi/LinkedIn
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Adebiyi said he is currently studying for the Certified Ethical Hacker (CEH) certification.
“Working closely with William May and the team at Magellan Federal’s Education and Employment Initiative.”
According to him, he has attended virtual job fairs and he is still networking on a daily basis.
He asked people on the social media platform:
“What else could I get involved in to be successful on the other side? Thank you in advance for all your responses and advice.”
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In other news, a Nigerian man with the Twitter handle @oluspicyinspire called for the return of a compatriot from Kano who works as a sniper in the United States Army.
According to a tweet by @oluspicyinspire shared by @Gidi_Traffic, Nigerians want Ayshatu Jibo to return home and defend Nigeria instead of being in the US Army.
Nigerians took to the comment section of the post to share their thoughts.
A Twitter user with the handle @daemperor007 asked Nigerians to leave the young lady alone and allow her to continue her job in the United States Army.
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