Winny Chebet, a first class universty graduate narrates her painful story after looking for a job after graduating but all in vein.
Whe you look at Chebet's transcripts you will classiffy her as an impressive student academically right from primary to university level.
Winny graduated with a first class honours in bachelor of science in biochemistry at the Karatina University in 2018.
The young graduate said, "I have tried the public service, pharmaceutical companies, even KEMRI, but no one ever gets back to me after leaving my application letter".
The cry of a 27-year-old lady should be felt by hood samaritans and come to her rescue since the girl come from a very humble background that needs help. This can be achieved if she gets a good job.
The first class holder also said that she has never been employed and her former university remains mum on the scholarship issue leaves her with no choice but to make ends meet through plucking leaves in tea plantations in Kericho.
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