More than 6 million people in Kenya are struggling to survive due to lack employment. The rate at which the graduates are entering into the job market is incomparable to the available jobs. Many companies, businesses, private firm's etc. have collapsed sending many employees into unpaid leave. To shock more, very few companies or businesses are entering into the market.
According to Cyprian, Is Nyakundi, at least 1000 employee's are on the spot of losing their jobs after the collapse of Laico Regency Hotel. The hotel is said to have sent some of its employees to unapaid leave on March as they layed plans to bring conditions into normality. However, tough government rules like curfew, introduction of alcohol blows, inflated power costs etc. have made it hard for the hotel to bring things into normality thus contributing highly to the hotels collapse.
Kenyan's are therefore advised to create jobs rather than staring to remain unemployed.
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