After graduating with a Biochemistry degree he wasn't lucky to get employed and at some point he went back to the village. In 2018, he came back to the city and joined his sister in the fish mongering business along Thika Road. Together they opened a 'Kibanda' where they sold and served ready made fish.
It was in 2019, that he posted the tweet above oblivious that this would change his life for good. The tweet has attracted over 3K retweets and 6K likes. Many netizens visited the kibanda, shared the photos online and have him 5 star reviews.
As a result he expanded the Kibanda to a restraunt and this year opened another branch in the suburbs of Westlands. "This one tweet made me a millionaire and I can never seek employment" He Confessed.
Brad advices young unemployed Kenyans to consider starting small businesses with the little they have. Here's a link to the full story: (https://youtu.be/_Pj4x2S0JDU)
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