Behind every success story, their is its dark side. This is just as it is in a case of Coro FM Radio Presenter, Githuki Wa Nyokabi.
Sharing his story, Gichuki WA Nyokabi Explained that he involved himself in different businesses that to make sure he gets a shilling. He worked in a morgue. He could take paparazzi photos of bereaved family members and friends, how they are dressed and who cried the most. He could then sell the photos to the family members. He also shared that he only used energy drinks .
Moreover, Gichuki added that after raising sone cash, he joined university and used the money to pay for his school fees.
Despite this hustle, Gichuki also sold moles to the University of Nairobi for practical lessons. He could also travel to Uganda and sell ladies outfits.
Githuki is now a Coro FM radio Presenter hosting the Saturday Party-time from 2pm to 5pm. On weekdays, he reads news.
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