In search of foods in exchange of teaching
Staff Correspondent: Alamgir Kabir, who went viral on social media ‘facebook’ after providing a wall advertisement seeking private tutor job in exchange of meals for two times a day, has finally got a job, thanks to the job provider Swapno Supershop.
Bogura District Superintendent of Police (SP) Sudip Kumar Chakraborty confirmed the matter to the media yesterday.
Sudip told the media that Alamgir Kabir has already been offered for a job at a Swapno Supershop in Bogura. However, Supid could not confirm the position in which Alamgir will join.
While contacted, Sudip said, “I asked Kabir to meet with me at my office in a view to verify the authentication of the poster pasted on the walls.
Being confirmed that matter, I talked with the authorities concerned of Swapno Supershop and requested them to give him a job. Finally, they have admitted to provide a job to the youth for his heart touchy demand for meals.”
Meanwhile, in response to getting the job, Alamgir, 32, resident of Panchbibi upazila in Joypurhat said, “I can’t say anything in this regard right now. First let’s see what kind of job I get according to my qualifications.”
It may be mentioned that Kabir completed his Honors and Masters in Political Science from Bogura Government Azizul Haque College.
He has been looking for a job since he was obtained raduation in 2020, but did not get any job
as per his expectation. He referred to the advertisement for teaching all subjects except mathematics to students from first to twelve class in the vicinity of Jahurulnagar in Bogura city, referring to him as ‘unemployed’ by profession.
The advertisement printed in black ink on white paper can be seen on various walls and electric poles of Bogura town.
There he writes, “Don’t want money just want food in exchange for teaching.”
He will teach if he is fed rice in the morning and in the afternoon.
Alamgir’s advertisement went viral as one person posted the picture of the advertisement on Facebook.
When Alamgir got to know about the viral advertisement, he himself felt embarrassed. He said he did not post that on Facebook. Someone else did.
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