“No condition is permanent” – Former hotel security guard claims he can now afford to pay salaries of five staff that used to insult him

Taking to social media, a Nigerian man identified as Amaba Fred, has shared his grass to grace story and remembered how he was mocked while working as a hotel security guard.

Fred, who noted that no condition is permanent revealed that most of the employees looked down on him and some used to insult him because of his lowly position.

According to the man, however, he refused to let their attitude bother him as he was using the job as a stepping stone to a greater height.

He further said that after witnessing an upgrade in his financial status, he can now boast of paying the monthly salaries of 5 or more of those who insulted him out of his current salary.

Taking to Instagram, he wrote;

I once worked as a security guard in a hotel but we were seen as shit by most of the employees. Little did they know that I was using the job as a stepping stone. Yes, I lowered myself below them.,” he wrote.

Some even threw insults to my face like ‘why cant you get a better job? How much can you give your wife for food? Will your children be well educated by this job? I hate being a security guard…

But today, the money I earn in a month can pay the monthly salaries of 5 or more of those who insulted me. No condition is permanent.

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