Alfred Ajani returned to the same spot at Waterloo station with a different sign, left (Picture: Twitter)
A newly employed university graduate’s career has come full circle after he returned to hire people at the very spot he stood holding a sign while looking for a job.
Alfred Ajani, 22, gained respect from employers and many on social media when he stood outside London’s Waterloo station with a sign that showed his qualifications last August.
Many were impressed at the unique way he had decided to look for a job and he was soon hired by The Asoria Group, a local recruitment consultant.
Mr Ajani decided to return to the same spot yesterday, but this time he was armed with a different sign that read ‘now I’m hiring’.
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