"I Don't Know What is Happening to Me": Video Shows Masters Degree Holder Hawking Eggs And Tomato Sauce

"I Don't Know What is Happening to Me": Video Shows Masters Degree Holder Hawking Eggs And Tomato Sauce

  • Denis, a Kenyan citizen who has a masters degree has cried out in a video after his inability to find a job despite possessing fine qualifications
  • Dennis who graduated from the University of Nairobi has resorted to hawking eggs and tomato sauce on the streets so as to survive
  • His story has melted the hearts of social media users as many find it hard to believe that such an educated man could be nearly idle

Despite possessing a masters degree and a horde of other excellent qualifications, a Keyan citizen identified as Dennis hasn't been able to find a job.

After finishing his first degree in 2013, Dennis found a job but decided to proceed and obtain a masters which he successfully did in 2018.

Kenyan masters degree holder who hawks eggs in the streets of Nairobi.
Dennis says he has applied to many jobs but failed. Photo credit: YouTube/Afrimax English.
Source: UGC

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Since the time he bagged his second degree and a horde of other beautiful certificates, the young man who is 39 years old has been unable to land a job.

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Narrating his story in a touching video shared on YouTube by Afrimax English, Dennis said he has applied to as many as 5000 jobs but has been unsuccessful in all of them.

To survive, Dennis who studied Economics and Business has turned to egg vending, selling boiled eggs and tomato sauce on the streets of Nairobi.

Watch the video below:

YouTube users react

Mildred Maponga commented:

"It's a heart-wrenching story. He did what he was supposed to do. He is however resourceful and this is just the beginning for this young man. Africa has a way to do this to people. This is the reason for the brain drain and desire to live elsewhere for greener pastures. The creator is looking up and his journey has just begun. Thanks for sharing."

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Nchilungbe Hiekha said:

"His time hasn't come yet. He'll make it big someday, and will be a very understanding boss, because he himself went through it all. Good things take time."

Engineering graduate turns truck pusher

In a related story, Legit.ng reported that a man who has a degree in engineering turned into a truck pusher in Taraba state.

According to the story, the man named Kawu Malami is a graduate of the University of Maiduguri.

Some sources familiar with the man claimed that they knew him while in school at UNIMAID.

Source: Legit.ng

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