KENYAN GRADUATE WHO WORKED AT MJENGO BECOMES A PR OFFICER AT MP SHAH HOSPITAL.

A graduate who worked at mjengo now becomes a PR officer at Shah Hospital .He was called for an interview with MP Shah and he luckily got a job.

KENYAN GRADUATE WHO WORKED AT MJENGO BECOMES A PR OFFICER AT MP SHAH HOSPITAL.
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As Richard and his wife welcomed their firstborn child, it made him to look for a way out to feed the family. Richard chose to put aside all pride  and take up a low job as a construction worker earning ksh 500 per day despite him being a degree holder. That season will forever remain memorable in his life even as he rose through the ranks to become a Public Relations Officer at MP Shah Hospital. 

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He got a job as a radio presenter at one of the vernacular radio stations in Kisumu in June 2017, since the pay was was not good, he was not able to pay his bills.That brought him into poverty and he had to take debts and grants to servive. It was a state of affairs that bothered him to the extent of him quitting without knowing what was the next step in his life.
Richard wanted to start over and that isthe time he walked away in May 2019 and travelled to Mombasa with his expectant wif. Then within a month, they had run out of monry. since they were stuck in a new place with no means of servival, Richard took one of the most difficult decisions of his life which was mjengo. He narrated that it wasn't an easy walk considering that he had never done it before and it was embarasing that he was the only graduate among the casual labourers on that construction site.

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He also added that he was a casual labourer for eight months earning ksh 500 per day, but with the competition , he would sometimes miss a slot. Afew days before the birth of his daughter, in jauary 2020, he got a job as a tutor  in a college in Mombasa but happiness came to an end when COVID 19 stuck and schools were closed.He the asked his wife totravel to Nairobi and look for a job leaving her with  their 9 month baby  buth she was not succesful. Richard travelled to Nairobi in January 2012, where his friend who worked as a freelance writer helped him to get back to his feet. He worked with him until may this year when he was called for an interview with Mp Shah Hospital and he luckly got a job.