Once the Indian engineer-shipbuilder by the name of Saddam Hussein 40 times refused admission on the job, he asked the court to allow him to change the name, but it didn’t help, reports the Hindustan Times.
25-year-old Saddam Hussein from the state of Jharkhand in Eastern India looking for a job for two years. Realizing that it condemns to unemployment a big name, the young man decided to change it.
So, Saddam became Sajid, and that name is now inscribed in his passport and driver’s license, however, the young man still can’t get a job because the diploma of the University still has its original name, and the University is not ready to change the name, if it is not changed in the certificate of completion of secondary school. In may of this year will be the court which should help Sajidu to change the name of the school and University diplomas.
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