Mr Eazi shares throwback photo of the N2m per month job he dumped for music

Mr Eazi shares throwback photo of the N2m per month job he dumped for music

-Mr Eazi has shared a throwback picture of when he was working as an engineer in an oil company before quitting it for music.

-He claimed he was earning 2million naira monthly before he left.

Nigerian musician popularly known as Mr Eazi, real name Oluwatosin Oluwole Ajibade, has decided to clear doubts by releasing his throwback picture working as an engineer.

The musician disclosed few hours ago that he quit his N2million per month job because I didn’t find fulfillment in it.

Mr Eazi shares throwback photo of the N2m per month job he dumped for music

Mr Eazi's throwback photo before he started doing music (Source: mreazi/Instagram)

He narrated how he moved from being an engineer to getting himself a masters degree and turned to selling phones in computer village before his break into the entertainment scene.

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Mr Eazi claim that God had another plan for him. He shared the throwback picture for people to know that he indeed worked as an engineer before he became a musician.

Read his post below:

#TBT - Here i Was living an Engineers dream working at one of the worlds Biggest Oil Servicing Companies #Schlumberger Enroute an I.M Career! This would have led me to a successful Engineering Career But God had a different Plan! The boy was destined to touch millions of lives with Music!!! Grateful fi God #lifeiseazi

Mr Eazi shares throwback photo of the N2m per month job he dumped for music

Throwback picture of Mr Eazi as an engineer (Source: mreazi/Instagram)

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