Peter graduated from the University of Nairobi last week as a teacher and he couldn’t be more proud of such a great achievement.
One of his close friends posted him on social media congratulating him and encouraging other struggling people to continue until they make it.
“Peter Rotich Kipkulei graduated on Friday from the University of Nairobi as a Teacher. He used to work as a security officer at night while studying during the day. This is so encouraging. Congratulations Rotich Kipkulei.,” his friend tweeted.
In the current situation, the youth get discouraged when they fail to get enough funds to go to school. Those who work and get some money want to do other things but not going back to school.
Many of the youth who have finished school are busy sitting at home without any jobs. A few like Peter are the ones who see value in education and decide to work paying their tuition to finally achieve what they have always wanted.
It should be noted that the youth are encouraged to keep in school for a much better future.
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