A man on social media has offered to give a whopping Ksh 5000 to the University student Mary Kinuthia who doubles as a nightguard. The man, Richard, commented on a video of Mary explaining to the media how she can juggle different activities. In his comment, Richard has accoladed the lady for being so focused, adding that the lady should see her so that he may give her the money.
Ms. Mary Kinuthia knows what it means by the term struggle. She has seen it all in her efforts to pursue her university education despite her poverty. The Criminology student in Murang'a university confessed how she works as a night guard to get through money which she pay her fees.
Due to the scarcity of jobs in the country, many Kenyans have been travelling abroad to look for greener pastures.Most of them go to outside countries for a two year job contract.
With many Kenyans frolicking in Saudi Arabia in search of greener pastures,most of them end up being tortured and returning home in coffins.Below are some of the women who died while working in Saudi Arabia.1.Mary Kinuthia.Mary died after being denied medical treatment.
Campus life is sometimes expensive and students will always be forced to find a means of acquiring some cash. Most will always resolve to doing certain jobs as long as they earn something out of it. As this happens, there is a student at Murang'a University who has surprised many people with how she manages her campus lifetime.
Due to a lack of many job opportunities in Kenya, many Kenyans have traveled abroad in search of greener pastures.The majority of them travel to other countries for a two-year term.
The family of Mary Kinuthia, a Kenyan Lady who died in Saudi Arabia has finally been traced in Munyaka, Kitale, Transzoia county.According to an update by Mwago wa Mugikuyu, her aunt was the first one to receive the sad news of her death.She had been calling Mary for three days but the calls always went unanswered.
Mary Wanjiku playing for Kenya/Photo Courtesy Kenyans have been known globally for their athletics prowess. But lately, Kenyan footballers have progressively joined the ranks of paid football in Europe. Dennis 'the menace' Oliech was among the greatest Kenyan footballers of the early 2000s. His journey as a footballer took him all the way to France where he played for Nantes and Ajaccio. Kinuthia with FKF Chair Unlike their male counterparts, women footballers in Kenya jave nit quite received as much attention.
Sombre mood has engulfed Nyeri Town Facebook group after it was reported that a Kenyan woman by the name Mary Kinuthia passed away in Saudi Arabia.
A Kenyan lady by the name Mary Kinuthia, who was working in Saudi Arabia has been reported dead after she developed stomach pains.
Facebook photos courtesy A Kenyan lady by the name Mary Kinuthia who was working on Saudi Arabia has passed on.