According to analysis, it is noted that there is a rapid increase in unemployment in the Republic Of Kenya that many youths are jobless.
Today, a University Of Nairobi Postgraduate student was spotted in Nairobi streets moving around asking any well-wisher to hire him to secure a job.
29-year-old Joshua Munyao from Githurai decided to look for a job in Nairobi streets. He graduated from the University Of Nairobi as a Commerce Student and he holds A Bachelor Of Commerce Degree Accounting Option and CPA qualification.
According to Munyao, he said that he lost his Account Assistant job at the University of Nairobi in March 2020 after Corona Virus struck this country. His contract ended and was not renewed up to date rendering him jobless.
He added that he had been selling clothes and doing any available job for him to earn a living.
He appealed to any Kenyan who can help him secure a job to call him via a mobile number 0711269219 or through a short message(SMS).
In his speech today during the Labour Day celebrations, Uhuru said that there are various job opportunities created every year all over the country which is contrary to what the people of Kenya are experiencing.
Do you think Munyao was right moving around Nairobi streets asking for job opportunities?
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