Staying in Nairobi has always proved to be hard with most youths trying to make their ends meet when the day ends,this has forced many to indulge in various criminal activities,today a middle aged gentleman has left social media in stitches after his video was seen circulating on social media as the young man looked for clients who would hire him for easy navigation around the city,a section of Nairobi residents always get lost in the streets of Nairobi due to many streets that the city has and it with this reasons that the young man took such an opportunity to offer his services to those who don't understand the city properly.
Social media users who stumbled on his video hilariously reacted to his clip telling him to look for a job instead of shouting in the streets,but others refuted those firing at him saying that the young was creative by creating a job opportunity for himself,they claimed its hard securing employment during this tough time especially when Covid-19 struck,they applauded him for a job well done.
Kenya capital city Nairobi has a population of more that 1.9 million people with more than half million of them being youths who are unemployed,the young mans initiative is just like the goggle maps,in his video he was heard saying that he has swallowed a goggle map which helps him know and understand all the streets in Nairobi.
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