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Youth Self Employment

In our country many youth or young persons decide that after finishing their basic education, they should spend their remaining life on luxury deals or marry.In that cause of marrying the youth do not have working places for salaries to upkeep them.The "self Employed youth Committee urges our African youngstars to be self employed so as not to depend on others or be parasites.Some youth who took it serious they respond to it as improvement. Some of us haven't finished our education but we commenced it very early as soon as we learned of it being of benefit.Some of us rare rabbits,hens and other do wood work in order to sell them and get their up keep.Pigeons, rabbits and hens do reproduce very fast,grow very fast and the number of their young ones numerous giving to high capital after selling. They are very cleap to maintain upto the mature age.The only problem with this that the youth face is looking for food and cure for their deases.Sometime the food run out causing them to starre for long period of time.But presently there era some manufactured food for them.There illness are very tough that when attacked they sweep almost every thing.It is also hard to distinguish the disease.The SEYC has given out some illnesses with sighs in these animals or creatures together with their possible cures or prevention.

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About This Story

  • Gender of storyteller: Male
  • Age of storyteller: 16-21 years old
  • This story took place 7-12 months ago
  • Location: Kitengela, Nairobi, Kenya
 
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