What is the longest distance you have ever walked in this city? I once walked from Githurai to Jomo Kenyatta International Airport for a job interview.
Yes, I followed Thika Superhighway to Alsop’s, then took Outering road, to Kariobangi junction. From there I walked to Donholm, then to Pipeline, Cabanas and then JKIA.
Unfortunately, I reached the interview late and was told the job had been taken by someone else. So, I had to walk back to where I was staying. Let me not even start about my hunger. I hadn’t eaten anything that morning and the previous night.
The interview I was going to attend was for some cleaning company. They wante someone to clean toilets and the pay was 18,000 per month. Yes, I walked from Githurai to JKIA for a job that pays less than 20k and still missed.
Of course, this is not what I had expected life to throw at me when I graduated with a Second Class Upper Degree in Computing and Statistics from UoN. I thought I would land some executive job somewhere.
But here I was, tarmacking in Nairobi like it was the end of life.
Before I walked to JKIA, had stayed at my friend’s place for three months after being fired from a Wines and Spirits’ shop in Langata. I had worked there for three months without pay. When I asked for my money, the owner said I was being rude and fired me on the spot. Earth is hard.
But at the darkest hour, cometh light. As I walked back to Githurai from JKIA on that fateful day, I came across a poster with a phone number. The number belonged to the famous Doctor Mugwenu.
I had to borrow Okoa Jahazi from Safaricom and called the popular herbalist. He was so kind and listened to my problems, me telling him I was on the way walking back home after another failed interview.
Mugwenu told me to apply for any job I come across. I didn’t believe him but decided to give it a try.
That evening, I borrowed my friend’s phone and went online. I looked for jobs relating to my area of study. I saw one about a leading bank needing a statistics expert. I just sent my CV without even a cover letter.
Three weeks later, I received communication from the bank, they wanted me to attend an interview. The rest is history.
“I am taking this opportunity to tell anyone having similar problems visit Dr. Mugwenu at www.mugwenudoctors.com and your problems shall be solved. The traditional doctor says his spell casting powers work within 24 hours, and usually within the same day they are released.
Dr. Mugwenu handles general problems ranging from winning court cases, winning the lottery, protection of family and property, as well as accurate foretelling of one’s future.
Mugwenu is very confidential and will never share anything about his patients. In fact, I am writing this because I have seen miracles and want to help other people.
Contact herbalist Dr. Mugwenu, he heals blood pressure, diabetes, ulcers, gonorrhea, syphilis, TB, and manhood weakness in addition to other ailments.
You want to meet Mugwenu? Just dial this number +254740637248 and thank me later. Also check his works out on website www.mugwenudoctors.com.