Nigerian student Angel Onuoha becomes Google’s Associate Product Manager

Nigerian startup founder and Harvard University senior Angel Onuoha has taken to social media to celebrate a major leap in his career after he landed a coveted job as an associate product manager at Google Inc.

Angel Onuoha shared his excitement over the news on Twitter. He wrote:

“7 months ago I was devastated to shut down my startup due to Covid-19 Today I’ve officially accepted an offer @Google as an Associate Product Manager. All good things come with time.”

An associate product manager at Google earns around $165,000 per year, based on information from That is around N64 million in naira.

Angel Onuoha is a senior at Harvard University studying economics and computer science. He is also the founder of Zuvy, a mobile app that allows college students to create and request services for each other.

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3 Comments on “Nigerian student Angel Onuoha becomes Google’s Associate Product Manager”

  1. When I saw your picture, I discovered that you resemble my close friend Engr. Adolphus Onyekuru but I got confused because of your last name “Onuoha” until I saw your full name as Angel Onuoha Onyekuru in your write-ups in Blk Capital Management Corp.
    Since then, I have rated your father very high. In fact, you are a mirror image of him.
    I believe strongly, that you will never forget him or allow him to feel like someone who has no son…a son like you.

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