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Nigerian lady narrates how she got a job days after asking her late sister for help in a dream

A Nigerian woman, Olabisi Ekwueme has narrated how communicating with her dead sister in the dream landed her a great job she didn’t apply for.

Recounting her experience,  Bisi, said she was broke and had ended an abusive relationship when her sister Seun died leaving behind a daughter.

The first time she spoke to Seun in a dream, she asked her for help in securing a good job in order to take care of her niece.

Few days later, she got a call from a consultancy firm, went for an interview and got a job as an Operational Acceptance Tester with Marks and Spencer.

Read her post below:

On life after death.
A few days ago, I did a post about how my sister, Seun’s death hit me again. That day, I said ‘Seun, if you can hear me, come to me in my dream. Let us have fun like when you were alive’. And I left it there. I did not dream of her that night.

I dreamt of her today. I dreamt that she planted a shrub which has now grown beauful and fragrant flowers and she and I were trimming and sha doing things to the shrub to make sure it continues to be beautiful and fragrant. I believe that shrub is her daughter, Derin.
And we laughed and joked and all.

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The first time I spoke to her after she died was when I was in a bad way after she died. I was broke and broken. I had left my abusive ex and was trying to break into Software Testing from my then current role of credit risk assessment.

I said to her ‘Seun, I am broke. I need a good job. I need to take care of Derin and can’t do that without a good job.

I think the next day or a couple of days later, I got a call from a consultancy company. Their client, Marks and Spencer needed an Operational Acceptance Tester. They had seen my CV online and they think I was a perfect fit for the job.

I went for the interview and got the job.

That was how Seun answered me. A job I did not apply for was mine.
Maybe I should ask her for the winning lottery numbers?

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