Lech Walesa, who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1983 as the former President of Poland and leader of the solidarity union, the first independent workers’ organization, surprised everyone.
The former president, Walesa, posted that he was looking for work in an advert on a site dedicated to job seekers over the age of 50. In his announcement, the president referred to himself as “experienced leader, great speaker, Nobel Peace Prize laureate, President of Poland from 1990 to 1995”, and shared that he could provide leadership training in companies and attend incentive meetings.
Walesa wants thousands of dollars for an hour’s
Walesa also says in her ad that she can meet with guests at family gatherings to take photos and sign autographs.
“I met with heads of state, kings, and popes. I can gladly transfer my knowledge and experience of Polish companies and participate in promotions of Polish companies around the world to build the true value of the Polish economy,” said the former President, who wants at least $5,000 for the 1-2 hour meeting. Lech Walesa also says he can negotiate.
Walesa, who told Polish media that the cancellation of meetings in various countries as speakers due to the Covid-19 pandemic is causing financial difficulties, is suffering economically.
Explaining that his pension was 6,000 zlotys, Walesa stated that his wife spent 7,000 zlotys per month. The former President, who has seven children and several grandchildren in total, says he has a large family and has to support them.