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Bill Clinton Muguai: First Class Engineering Graduate who scored Straight A’s in KCSE turns to burning his certificate after failing to get a job

by Samantha
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Unemployment among the youth in Kenya has become an all-too-familiar challenge, casting a shadow over the dreams and aspirations of countless graduates who find themselves without job opportunities.

One such story that has gained attention on social media is that of 25-year-old Bill Clinton Muguai, an engineering graduate with First Class honors from the University of Nairobi.

Despite his academic prowess, Muguai has been grappling with unemployment for the past two years, an experience that has left him frustrated and contemplating drastic measures. Th

e economic strain has not only affected his personal well-being but has also stirred a growing sentiment of hopelessness among the youth in Kenya, echoing the broader issue of unemployment in the country.

Muguai’s academic journey has been nothing short of remarkable.

Achieving straight As in his KSCE examination in 2015, he secured a spot at the University of Nairobi, where he continued to excel academically, graduating with First Class honors.

However, the transition from academic success to the job market proved to be a daunting task.

The job market’s lack of responsiveness to his applications led Muguai to a breaking point, where he contemplated burning his hard-earned degree certificate.

His frustration peaked after receiving yet another rejection, prompting him to question the value of his education in the face of unemployment.

In a candid revelation on social media, Muguai shared his ordeal, highlighting the mental toll of continuous rejections and the financial strain on his single mother.

His mother, facing the harsh realities of unemployment, expressed the challenges of providing an education to her son, hoping it would be a gateway to a brighter future.

Even after retreating to the village in search of opportunities, Muguai found himself in a persistent cycle of disappointment.

Despite attempting to diversify his skills through coding and exploring different career paths, the doors to employment remained firmly shut.

In a desperate bid to change his fortunes, Muguai turned to blogging, hoping to leverage his online presence to attract potential employers.

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