Most Kenyans are jobless even after securing higher level of education in the tertiary levels, like ; colleges and universities.
Most have resorted to daily hustles along the streets like, selling sugar cane, selling second hand clothes, doing taxi business and some working as conductors to the matatu business sector.This are just but a few ways by which most Kenyans get their daily bread.
However, one person has been spotted today in the streets of Nairobi going about his daily business.
He was announcing that those who lost direction can ask him for genuine direction at a small fee of only 10 Bob Kenyan shillings .
"Usipotee na Niko Hapa, nimemeza, Google map yote, usipotee na Niko Hapa"
This translates to , " Don't get lost and am available , I have the Google map and fingertips "
This man has challenged many jobless youths that they can do anything to get a means of lively hood no matter the academic papers that people hold.
He is dressed in his suit meaning he values what gives him a source of income.
Several Kenyans however has appreciated this young man.Many applauding him for being creative, and others comment on how they had ,lost directions only to be smugged or stolen from
source : tuko news page
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