Duncan Kobetet is a class seven drop out but that did not stop him from working hard and becoming a Millionaire.
Duncan was brought up in a poor family and no one in their family managed to complete school due to being poor. He ran away from home and went to Nakuru town to find a job.
He managed to get a security guard job in a club and as he was working, he started having an interest of having his own security guards company.
He tried getting ideas from his friends but they all laughed at him because in their mind, a security guard who is not even educated could not handle such a business.
Duncan did not loose hope because he was sure of what he really wanted. One of his friend helped him get a security guard certificate to start up a company and this was the beginning of his success.
He marketed his company and within no time, he got different people who were interested in his work and that's how he ended up employing 200 security guards.
Duncan used to borrow money to feed his family and now he is proud because through his company, he has managed to help many people.
He has urged people to keep on working hard to accomplish their dreams and no one should make them feel they are not worthy of putting up a business because if he made it everybody else can make it.
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