Unemployment has hit the country hard during this corona period. Most young men and women who were employed have found themselves fired or temporarily suspended from their jobs. This has caused most of them to improvise ways to earn an extra coin so that they can meet their basic needs.Wachira Mathenge, a form two student at Mathenya Secondary school started his hustle after corona hit the country. He has been selling peanuts to the streets of Nyahururu which he terms as a promising business.
According to Wachira, he found an opportunity and he is utilizing it wisely. He sells peanuts in the streets of Nyahururu of which he says that he can make a profit of Ksh 400 per day.He says that he will use the money to pay his school fees which is Ksh 4350 next term. He will also use the money to buy the required school uniforms and other items.
Advising the young men and women, Wachira told them to be creative and create opportunities and not wait for the opportunity. He has advised them to take any job without minding its status or class, they should hustle like dropouts but behave like graduates.
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