After seeing the successful outcome of how Nigerians used placards to get jobs, a jobless Kenyan man has copied the gesture in his country. Gilbert Mutai has taken this unconventional method to look for job
A young Kenyan man who graduated from a Nairobi university has taken an unconventional path in his desperate job hunting mission. The man identified as Mr Gilbert Mutai, graduated from Technical University of Kenya in 2015 with a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering, also holds a Diploma in Project Management but has been out of employment for the last one year.
He decided to use the unconventional method because of the hardship he has encountered still looking for job after graduation from school. The style Mutai copied has successfully worked for many Nigerians who took such unconventional method to beg for employment.
One actually had the privileged to meet with the vice-president, Yemi Osibanjo.
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