A girl has left Kenyans talking after she revealed that she has been working in a posho mill for years now after she failed to join university to chase her dream.
The 32 -year-old Milly Nafula sat her Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) in 2007 and emerged as one of the best girls by scoring an A- (minus)
However, the girl did not manage to join university to chase her dreams due to financial problems. She told Citizen TV that her late mother did not afford to take her to university because she did not have enough money, and had other children to educate.
She decided to venture into small income-generating activities such as working in a posho mill with the hopes of saving enough and joining the university, but before that dream came to pass, her mother passed away, plunging her into more problems.
She had to be the sole breadwinner for the family, where she had to gather for her siblings' basic needs, which left her with no or too little to save for her education.
14 years down the line, the girl is hopeful that one time, luck will come her way so that she joins university.
Her dream career is to be a medical doctor.
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