Fortunately, the well-known investor Usman Al-Ghamdi was traveling from Uber.
“I was going from home to office one day,” Al-Ghamdi told the young Saudi engineer on Twitter. The car was driving a young man. I got an introduction from him. Young said he recently graduated from the Faculty of Engineering at the University of Al-Majma and is a civil engineer. Actively looking for a job.
وصلني الابن اللطيف ب #اوبر لمشروع لدينا ب #الرياض .. فعرفت انه #مهندس_مدني للتو تخرج من #جامعة_المجمعة و يبحث عن وظيفة . فوجهت مدير المشروع مباشرة في توظيفه .#الرزق ماله توقيت . pic.twitter.com/HIPKVXd7pt
— عثمان بن صالح الغامدي (@osgcont) January 30, 2020
“I immediately issued a decision to keep the Saudi youth as an engineer in a project of my company,” al-Ghaamdi says. I liked the young man’s style and his realism. The truth is that no one can tell when Allah will.