Dorothy Oyuko Juma, a graduate of Kenyatta University, has been unable to secure employment for the past eight years, despite graduating with distinction. Her frustration with the situation is palpable, as she seeks a job in the field of her study, biochemistry.
Oyuko’s academic prowess was evident from her primary school years, and she went on to score an impressive A- in her KCSE exams at Koru Girls Secondary School. Her hard work and dedication paid off when she was admitted to Kenyatta University to pursue a Bachelor of Science degree in Biochemistry, which she completed with flying colors.
Despite her academic achievements, Oyuko has been unable to find a job in her field of study. She expressed her frustration with her current situation, stating that she needs a job to support her family and make use of her education. She has been searching for employment opportunities for the past eight years without success.
Oyuko is now appealing to research institutes, food processing companies, and chemical firms to consider her for any relevant job opportunities they may have. She is willing to do any job in the meantime as she waits for a job in her field of study.