A Kenyan youth has taken to social media to lament and bemoan lack of employment after passing his education with flying colours .The frustrated youth has shared his certificates and the performance is top level.
After completing his high school education and scoring an A plain, the elated Youth ( then student) joined Karatina University where he studied Bachelor of science in Biochemistry- one of the most brain demanding courses in our universities.
He graduated with First Class Honours after conquering the difficult course;
It's been over 2 years since he graduated and he's still jobless. Is University education really important if you can perform like this and then struggle like a drop out?
"This young man scored an A in a village secondary school, then placed to study Biochemistry. He is now jobless, looking for help. It is only in Kenya where graduates of Biotechnology courses are struggling to get work. In developed countries biotech is the epitome of medicine." A Kenyan Noted.
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