Kisumu Graduate Hustling in Wajir Appeals for Well-Wisher's Help to Secure Job in Nairobi – Tuko.co.ke

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A graduate from Kisumu County is tired of joblessness and being the prey of con men who take away his hard-earned money in the name of helping him to get a job.
Vincent Odida graduated from Maseno University with a Bachelor of Business Administration degree and he is a procurement, chain and supply Management expert.
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Quite determined to get a job, Odida also tried reaching out to the senator of his home county but he was referred to his aide who demanded some money before helping him secure a job.
Odida has also decried his living conditions adding that he has not had drinking water for three days as the commodity is very scarce in the desert-like region.
The Maseno University alumnus has also not cleaned his surroundings for a fortnight due to a shortage of water supply.
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Apparently, you can only get drinking water at very strategic places and there is always a scramble due to its scarcity.
Prior to his Wajir debut, Odida had been transferred to Nairobi from Kisumu to work as a car valuer, but sadly his employer never paid him anything and after three months he gave up since he could not make ends meet in a strange city with no money.
Odida has also worked as a construction worker and loader to make ends meet.
He is now asking for a job that can bring him back to Nairobi.
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A previous report by Tuko.co.ke also revealed the story of a former Kisumu banker who lost his job after his wife had a confrontation with his former manager.
The setback affected Oscar Constant Ouma mentally, and he is yet to recover from it.
Ouma is reaching out to Kenyans to assist him in getting another job, adding that he currently uses his academic papers as his mattress.

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