The youths today in Kenya have also fought for themselves by creating jobs and other businesses for other people.
With thorough research, our team analyzed a few successful young men in Kenya who have managed to become their own bosses by creating their own businesses.
Most of these youths have advanced in their studies and decided to take self employment direction.
These names may sound new to you but they are the names to watch out.
1. Gloria Michele Otieno
In 2013, Gloria Michelle Otieno Muka, now 31, founded Recours Four Kenya Consultants Limited (R4Kenya), a fast-growing professional HR services firm located in Nairobi, Kenya.
She started the firm with $2,000 of her savings, and within the last 4 years, she has grown the company into a $400,000 (annual revenues) business with 19 employees.
Recours Four Kenya offers professional HR services in consultancy, recruitment, training, psychometric testing and staff outsourcing.
The company’s clients include the World Bank group, Kenya National Examination Council, USAID, GlaxoSmithKline and Sportpesa.