Meet Mureithi Making up to Sh 10k Daily for Showing People Directions And In A Month Almost 300k
The capital city of Kenya, Nairobi is a land full of opportunities as one needs to come up with an idea on how to create own means of employment.
Because of limited jobs in Kenya, not everyone can be accommodated. This has forced thousands of Kenyans to be creative and look into other legal ways of earning a living.
Michael Mureithi popularly known as Jopinto is a young man who has been a resident of Nairobi for a long time. As a youth, he decided he decide to state his direction -giving business in Nairobi after noticing some very many people ask for direction, in this city full of opportunities.
Speaking during an interview, Michael noted that having been in the city for quite some time, he noticed many people always asked for direction, therefore he decided to fill the gap by establishing his direction-giving enterprise.
Opening up on the status of the business, Mureithi divulged that average, more than 100 people seek his services daily.
He further noted that he charges Sh100 for giving directions and Sh150 for taking the customer to the specific point that he/she intends to go.
A quick calculation on a good day, Mureithi can make up to Sh10,000 or more, depending on the type of service sort by the customer.
This multiplied by 30 days assuming he works Sunday to Sunday, amounts to at least Sh300,000.
What do you think about this man who is earning more than some who have been employed by the government and private sectors?
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