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Nakuru Man Says Girlfriend Dumped Him because of This Job

it's not like anyone would like people to die, but death is inevitable and once a person dies, the only thing family and friends can do is to bury them in a coffin or casket.

In Molo sub-county, Nakuru County, the Casket-making business has become a necessary venture for sustaining many families despite the stigma ring to it.

A local carpenter at Maash funeral services in Molo says that he started this venture back in 2018.

He says that when his girlfriend found out the type of business his doing she did not think twice about leaving him. Since then dating has become a difficult thing to do since girls run away from him as they think he is out to harm them so he can make a living.

He says that before venturing into this business he was struggling to make ends meet. There were times he says he slept hungry because of the tough situation.

He reveals that there was a time he contemplated suicide as life had become unbearable. But since 2018, life has changed for the better.

He says that he's did not go to school to learn about how to make coffins and spray them it was like he was born to do this job.

He advices young men out there that they should not shy away from any business considering but is legal.

He hopes to find a girlfriend who will be more open minded and accept him for who he is.

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Casket-making Maash Molo Nakuru County Nakuru Man


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