Approximately 800,000 young Kenyans enter the labour market every year and unfortunately the jobs are fewer than the people looking for them.
Beautiful girl begging for a job in the streets has her phone number displayed on a placard
Help this lady before Team Mafisi wapite na yeye! Desperation has forced a beautiful girl to stand in the streets of Nairobi begging for a job.
Joblessness has driven some people to the streets and highways in search of employment opportunities; graduates are now carrying placards begging for jobs.
Gilbert Mutai, an electrical engineering graduate, was the first Kenyan who took to the street carrying placard in search of a job.
Some two months later, Patrick Muthomiwas also seen strolling by side of busy roads holding a placard on which his credentials and contacts were scribbled.
And now we have the first female placard job seeker; Rakiel Kaoka has been spotted at a busy junction carrying a placard as she begged for a job.
Her situation is worrying since she has the looks and someone with ill intent could take advantage of her desperation and use it to their advantage, you know what I mean. Please help her get a job if you have any to offer, her phone number is 0711 633 191.
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