Kenyans were not happy after a young man identified as Patience Victor Oyuko despised people without degrees. The man who calls himself Kenyan Degree Holder on social media said that women without degrees are not his type.
He also said that it can be a valid reason if someone cheated on their partner because they don't have a degree. "Cheating on your boyfriend because he doesn't have a degree is a valid reason. Cheat on them until they get degrees,' read his post.
In an exclusive interview with Tuko News, he said that he wants people to use the available knowledge to change the society. He claims to be speaking on behalf of degree holders who have become desperate and almost given up because they luck jobs.
He says his message to degree holders is that they can change their destiny if they take a step and come up with a niche in the society that they can use their brain to fill a certain gap. He says he is a perfect example of the value of education.
He added that although he is not close to achieving his dreams, his degree will allow him to sit in high places. He urged degree holders to be proud and confident because it is a crucial document. But a section of Kenyans blasted him with mixed reactions as seen in the screenshots.
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