Asecondary s hool teacher recently recuited on internship basis, has left work and joined cattle selling business.The frustrated teacher cited little payment bit heavy work load in the tea Hing field.photo;Teacher in class.
The 40 years old bachelor of education graduate from University of Nairobi,said he had stayed at home for sixy years and thought when he was employed, he had reached the end of the road of his econ9mic troubles.Thefather of two children said he will use the little he earned from teaching to start a cattle selling business which he said, is more lucrative than teaching."Gone are days when teachers were respected more than these days. 'He sphoto:Cattle in the market.
His wife Mrs Mary Atieno who, is a nurse said,,she had told him earlier start business rathe than waiting for employnent but he despised her advice. "He said he was adegree holder and could not bend low to the common man's work'" briefed the wife.
photo:.rs Mary Atieno.
However, she promised to support him with finances to sustain his desired business.
When friends about his unique decision,they vowed not to associatw with him because he had degraded the teaching class.
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