Muthee in a past event when he used to make more than a million shillings a month(left) and while selling masks on the streets (right)
"Salimia watu pesa huisha" is a famous phrase among the kenyans which literally reminds rich people to be humble because change is inevitable well that is the case for Robert Muthee who in his recent interview with Standard revealed his sad and inspiring journey from making more than ksh 1 million a month to hawking masks on the streets
In the interview Muthee reveals that he started out as a worker at Bidco before quitting to follow his dream in free lancing photography which he says it was a paying passion... he was recommended by his former clients for whom he had done a good service to people of class and his photography coverage of events could earn him between ksh 15000-ksh 150000.
Muthee reveals that when COVID struck it took him and his business down the drain...he then started taking loans from shylocks and even getting late on his credit card payments he sold his car . His business was not showing signs of getting back to normal so he opted to wash vehicles as a source of income
He later switched to selling masks on the streets a venture he says has enabled him offset his huge debts while allowing him to do his other works.
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