Nigerian Man Who Taught Himself How To Make Drones Was Offered Automatic Employment In Finland
A Nigerian man who taught himself how to make drones has been flown to Finland for instant work. Ignatius Asabor, the man in question, is a self-taught Nigerian engineer who creates agricultural drones.
He was flown to Finland and offered immediate employment by a foreign corporation that recognized and valued his abilities.
Ignatius, who builds custom drones out of local materials, was flown to Finland by the same firm that employs him.
Mr. Ari Saartenoja, Managing Director of the Finland-based company, broke the news on Linkedin and expressed his delight at having Asabor collaborate with his organization.
Mr Ari posted a photo of Ignatius on LinkedIn shortly after his arrival in Finland, writing: “Ignatius Asabor, a young Nigerian drone talent, has recently arrived in Oulu, Finland. In the future, Ignatius will strengthen Radai’s survey team by bringing additional foreign experts in the sector.
Ignatius Asabor has joined the Radai team.” Ignatius also took to LinkedIn to share a photo shot at a Finnish airport upon his arrival, with the caption, “Arrived at Oulu city.”
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