A bright African youth has moved social media users after sharing his inspiring story online.
The young man, identified as Mwangi Njambuya, revealed to the world that he has been paying for his Law degree with proceeds from his cart pushing business.
In a series of tweets seen by Legit.ng, Njambuya talked about how he has been working at the Muthurwa Market, Nairobi, as a cart pusher in order to raise fees for his law degree he is pursuing at Mount Kenya University (MKU).
Legit.ng understands Njambuya schools at MKU's Parklands School of Law where he is pursuing a Bachelor of Law degree.
According to the young man who scored a B-(minus) in his Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE), he was forced to start pushing the cart after the government cut short sponsorship for his university education.
In one post, Mwangi even shared his admission letter to Mount Kenya, KCSE certificates, followed with a post explaining his quandaries.
Speaking in an interview with TUKO, Njambuya said he usually works in the morning and goes to school in the evening.
The young lad went ahead to reveal that it has not been easy for him but he has been trying all he can to make his dream come true.
Meanwhile, photos of a 24-year-old pure water seller identified as Michael Iloduba Chukwuebuka have been making rounds on the internet and most people are relating it to the phrase; 'there's dignity in labour.'
For Chukwuebuka, rather than turn to gaining money illegally, he has chosen to hawk sachet and bottled water, however, doing it professionally.
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