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He Is Very Shameless: See An Application Letter Written By A Graduate To A Bank

Just when you would think it has all happened, something new and odd will always surface from the internet and social media as we have here today a shameless Nigerian graduate who could not compose a letter with correct margin, typeset, format or grammar in a generation where literacy is highly valued over illiteracy. 

It is even incomprehensible how a man who spent over 6 yrs in Primary/Basic school, furthered into a secondary school where fundamentals of English language are taught and intently explained, then continue with his educational journey to establish himself in a Nigerian University and spend four years studying there without being able to compose a typical application letter.

According to the letter he wrote, he had mention that his name was Akinpelu Ayobami, a bona-fide citizen of Ibadan in Oyo state.

An Picture of a man crying bitterly

Anyone should cry for the young man with this type of letter he wrote. In his wordings, he refused to adequately furnish his letter with punctuation marks, verbal and nominal requirements, incorrect spellings, which means he also pronounces them the way he wrote them.

As a Letter Title, he wrote "Lettar For Work Bank". To me this is meaningless because the first word is not a registered on win English language and even if we agree that he is trying to write "Letter", then how will we explain the second phrase which said "Work Bank", It also makes no complete sense to anyone reading it. Even if he decided to use "Bank Work", that still seems fair and the Reader might still be able to understand his message.

Just as the letter lacked necessary formats like; The two addresses as this is a formal letter, the date, the salutations and othera, it is also lacked a proper detail in the body of the letter because Ayobami refused to give specifics of his existence, education, purpose or anything. 

He simply wrote that "My address is Ibadan, Nigeria, which makes me wonder who adjoins a city name with a country name and expect anyone to be able locate that exact place unless they live there too. 

Read the rest of the letter below:

You will also notice how poorly constructed the letter was and how he had claimed to have studied "Bank Finance", which actually is "Banking and Finance". He also failed to mention the University or College he graduated from.

What is actually most bewildering in this letter is how the writer substituted the closing greeting with an entirely different feature. He represented the space for 'Yours Faithfully' with a new feature of his own whereby he wrote his number and a yet again meaningless cluster of word, "Call me I flash back ", which could mean that he wants to Manager to call him and then he will return his call with a flash-call. 

I presume he actually wanted to write it the other way round, which is "Flash me I call back". This makes a little sense in English but does quite befit an inclusion in an application letter to a bank manager who is also your prospective employer. 

As a Bank Manager and you receive this type of application letter from graduate, what would you do? 

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