Kenyan lady, Pauline Njoroge has opened up the challenges she has faced in her journey to the success she enjoys this day majorly on his academic challenges that delayed his opportunity to get a degree certificate.
oe says that back in 2014, she though of buying a degree certuficate. At that time she was thinking of going back to university but because she was also using his small salary to educate her kid sister, she shelved her ambitions to let her sister finish first. She thought of the opportunities she will miss because of lack of papers and then in her mind she thought of saving 100k and then look for a university that will fake for her a certificate.
When she revealed her plans to her friend Esther Juma, she shunned her to trust in God, in that year someone gave him 100k to pay for her first semister and embarked her degree in mass media and communication. In 2017 she got an employment opportunity that primised to pay her a monthly salary of $7000 and more because she was not yet done with her degree she let the job go.
Pauline says that she graduated on August 2018 and she got an AU job the next month.
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