Man's yell at the President secures him a job
10 February 2016, 12:25
Nairobi - A man who yelled at the President during his Kisumu tour over the weekend has landed a job in Public Service.
Philemon Agwanda Nyagaya walked past the President’s security detail on Sunday when he made a stop-over at Obunga, where he gave him his name and mobile number.
Daily Nation reports that after returning to Nairobi, the President called Agwanda and asked him to forward him his credentials.
This was followed by calls from various government officials,
including the National Youth Service (NYS) Director who asked him to
come to Nairobi on Thursday.
According to The Star, the 28-year-old man graduated with a Degree in Community Development from St Paul’s University over a year ago but has not been able to secure a job.
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